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# journal - Monday 20 November, 2017

20% of cancer patients 'experienced PTSD after diagnosis'

That’s according to a new study published in a peer-reviewed journal.

# journal - Monday 8 May, 2017

Use your phone to journal - and improve your day

Let’s find out how to remember what on earth we did last week.

# journal - Sunday 7 June, 2015

10 changes to make in your 30s to set yourself up for lifelong success

From your health to your wealth.

# journal - Tuesday 12 May, 2015

Not good - European banks are 'just as likely to fail' now as in 2008

“A repeat of the last financial crisis is feasible,” claims a new report into the banking meltdown.

# journal - Sunday 19 October, 2014

The first sex was like square-dancing in Scotland (seriously)

And it wasn’t humans who did it.

# journal - Wednesday 28 August, 2013

Cannabis 'by far' most commonly used illegal drug worldwide

However the study in The Lancet found that opioids – such as heroin – are the biggest cause of death and illness of all illicit drugs.

# journal - Wednesday 22 May, 2013

Scientists map fungi and where you can find it on your body

In an attempt to discover “what is normal” researchers have found that your feet can be home to more than 200 varieties of fungi and recommend flip flops in the locker room.

# journal - Wednesday 13 March, 2013

"Promising" stem cell treatment for diabetic wounds

Foot ulceration will affect up to 25 per cent of people with diabetes and may result in amputation.

# journal - Saturday 15 September, 2012

If only humans had the legs of grasshoppers...

…they would be twice as strong, say Trinity College Dublin researchers.

# journal - Tuesday 11 October, 2011

Galway team pinpoints part of brain which produces "marijuana-like substances" to dull pain

They discovered that the hippocampus of the brain, which is usually associated with memory, helps to suppress pain during times of stress.