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29/09/2009 - Child health - all in the playground?
Popular and dominant children really are set up to do well in life, researchers report today. More

07/09/2009 - Gene breakthrough offers diabetes hope
British researchers have found a genetic clue to the causes of type 2 diabetes, normally linked to obesity and poor diet. More

01/09/2009 - Diabetics urged to take pill
People with diabetes should continue to take aspirin to prevent heart disease - in spite of questions about the pill, an expert said yesterday. More

13/08/2009 - New hope for asthma allergy treatment
Drugs under development for diabetes may offer a radical new treatment to prevent asthma attacks sparked by allergies, researchers have reported. More

01/07/2009 - More should take cholesterol drugs - researchers
Supposedly healthy people should take cholesterol-lowering drugs - if they are at risk of heart disease, researchers report today. More

30/06/2009 - Caesarean birth may affect immune system
Birth by Caesarean section leads to genetic changes that may affect a baby's future health, researchers warned yesterday. More

02/06/2009 - Heart failure a growing problem
Growing rates of obesity and diabetes will lead to a surge in numbers of patients being treated for heart failure, a British expert has told a European conference. More

22/05/2009 - Diabetics can reduce heart attack risk
New findings, published today, reinforce the belief that people with diabetes reduce their risk of heart attack if they keep low blood sugar levels. More

12/05/2009 - Elderly need sunshine
Elderly people should spend time in the sunshine - to cut their risk of heart disease, British researchers have reported. More

21/04/2009 - Breast-feeding may protect woman's heart
A woman who breast-feeds her babies may store up health protection for herself later in life, researchers reported today. More

21/04/2009 - Skin link to diabetes
The skin disease psoriasis may be linked to diabetes and other health problems - at least for women, researchers reported last night. More

16/04/2009 - Stem cell 'cure' for type 1 diabetes
Stem cell transplantation may allow people with type 1 diabetes to become insulin free, new research shows. More

24/03/2009 - Eating out threat to diabetes
Eating out threat to diabetes Eating out and favourite foods are among the problems that put people with diabetes at risk, according to a new study. More

23/03/2009 - Bypass surgery backed for diabetics and older patients
Researchers have found that coronary artery bypass surgery may the best choice for diabetics and older patients with heart disease. More

13/03/2009 - Heart disease prevention must improve - Euro-experts
Guidelines on heart disease prevention are failing to make a big difference to patient lifestyles, experts warned today. More

11/03/2009 - Pregnancy migraines may indicate heart risk
Migraines during pregnancy may be linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers said today. More

06/01/2009 - Low carb diet for diabetes?
People with diabetes may benefit from eating a low carbohydrate diet, researchers claimed last night. More

17/12/2008 - Plea for obesity drugs
The NHS should be willing to spend money on obesity drugs - and help avoid surgery for the worst affected people, an expert will say today. More

09/12/2008 - Vitamin that helps diabetes patients
A vitamin treatment may help prevent patients with diabetes developing kidney disease, researchers have reported. More

08/12/2008 - New gene links to obesity
People who have trouble sleeping may face an in-built risk of developing diabetes, British researchers reported last night. More

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