"Snoring linked to Alzheimer's," the Mail Online reports. A US study reported an association between sleep-disorder breathing and Alzheimer's disease in later life.
"Scientists have found you can hold back the hands of time with a regular romp," is The Sun's typically colourful headline.
"Long working days can cause heart problems, study says," The Guardian reports.
"Sense of purpose aids sleep, US scientists find," The Guardian reports on a new study that explored the relationship between having a sense of purpose in life and quality of sleep in older adults.
"Middle-aged male office workers 'more sedentary than over-75-year-olds'," The Daily Telegraph reports.
"Your coffee machine could be making you ill," the Mail Online reports, saying that steam released by the machine could be creating the perfect conditions for fungi to grow.
"Sex is the key to staying sharp in old age," reports the Mail Online after researchers found older people who have regular sex scored better on two of five brain tests.
"Toxic fumes in aircraft cabins could cause serious health problems, scientists warn," reports The Sun.
"Antibacterial handwash is NO better than soap – and cold water kills as many germs as hot, experts claim," The Sun reports.
"Is our smartphone addiction damaging our children?," The Guardian asks, after publication of a recent study into "technoference" – when people switch their attention away from others to check their phone or tablet.