"Tissue inflammation blood test points to dementia risk," is the headline in The Times.
"Dirty laundry a powerful magnet for bedbugs, study finds," is The Guardian's headline, with The Times and The Daily Telegraph also covering this creepy-crawly story.
"Vacuuming and scrubbing the floor are enough exercise to protect the heart and extend life," reports The Telegraph, with other media sources reporting a similar finding – that physical activity in our everyday lives is just as good as going to the gym.
"Women get bored of having sex with their partner after just a year together, a new study suggests," is the rather crass story in the Mail Online.
"Adults who booze regularly but exercise for five hours a week are no more likely to die than teetotallers," the Mail Online reports.
"Spending just 20 minutes less sitting a day reduces blood sugar levels, improves cholesterol AND even makes you more muscly," is the Mail Online's overly optimistic claim.
"Women have more stamina than men," is the definitive sounding, yet entirely unsupported headline in The Times.
"Health bosses say 45 per cent of over-16s are so sedentary they do not manage the health-boosting ten-minute walk," the Daily Mail reports.
"Study finds just a sugar-cube sized piece of kitchen sponge can contain 54 BILLION bacterial cells," the Mail Online reports.
"Sperm counts among Western men have halved in last 40 years," The Guardian reports.