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25/02/2011 - Midwives may need alternative training
Midwives and obstetricians may need formal training in complementary therapies because they are becoming so popular among pregnant women, researchers have warned. More

08/02/2011 - New clues to MS
The role of sunshine in preventing multiple sclerosis has been suspected for some time - and now a major study provides more proof. More

04/02/2011 - Obesity doubled in 30 years
Obesity has almost doubled worldwide since 1980, but blood pressure and cholesterol levels have improved in many high-income countries, experts say today. More

04/02/2011 - Diabetes virus link
Children with diabetes are nearly ten times more likely to suffer from a virus infection as those who do not have the condition, researchers report today. More

25/01/2011 - Easy living link to cancer risk
Experts have blamed unhealthy lifestyles for high cancer rates in wealthy countries such as Britain and Denmark. More

24/01/2011 - Antioxidant supplements may aid conception
Couples having difficulty in conceiving naturally should consider taking antioxidant supplements, according to a new analysis. More

14/01/2011 - Walking can help ward off diabetes
Walking can play a big role in helping to prevent diabetes, researchers said today. More

12/01/2011 - Take a break and keep trim
Taking frequent breaks from sitting can help office workers keep trim and healthy, researchers say today. More

04/01/2011 - Stability key to happiness
Adults with long-lasting relationships have much better mental health than unattached people - even if they are not married, researchers report today. More

04/01/2011 - Young adults pile on pounds
Early adulthood seems to be the key age at which people adopt unhealthy lifestyles, piling on cholesterol and body-fat, it was claimed last night. More

24/12/2010 - Clues to pregnancy killer condition
If you are pregnant it can be a killer - literally. It's called pre-eclampsia and is caused by rising blood pressure. More

23/12/2010 - Alternatives threaten children
Parents should realise the dangers of treating childhood illnesses with alternative medicines - following a series of deaths, researchers warned today. More

12/11/2010 - Severe acne increases suicide risk - claim
Sufferers of severe acne are at a higher risk of attempting suicide, researchers have claimed. More

01/11/2010 - Computer workers face DVT risk
People who spend hours at a time sat at computer desks may face an increasing risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, researchers have warned. More

21/10/2010 - Fish oil no good for maternal blues
Taking fish oil supplements in pregnancy does not reduce levels of post-natal depression – or help children’s cognitive and language development, according to new findings. More

08/10/2010 - Cannabis ban “not working” - claim
Efforts to suppress the sale of cannabis in the USA have had little effect, it has been claimed. More

07/10/2010 - Pregnancy vitamins fail to prevent asthma
A new study has overturned the belief that women who take extra vitamin C and E when pregnant protect their babies from wheezing and asthma. More

06/10/2010 - Fruit and vegetables key to healthy baby weight
Women who eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables three months before conceiving reduce their chances of having a low weight baby, researchers say today. More

01/10/2010 - Drug companies “created female sexual dysfunction”
Female sexual dysfunction has been created by drugs companies as a way of building a global market for drugs, it is claimed today. More

30/09/2010 - Breast screening for 40s "saves lives"
British experts reacted cautiously today to the findings of a major study which shows screening women in their 40s can slash breast cancer death rates. More

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