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16/06/2009 - Beer belly fear may boost male health
Men are increasingly obsessed with their appearance - and this may help them improve their health, according to a new survey. More

03/06/2009 - Warning over trampoline dangers
Having a trampoline at a family party or barbecue may be a bad idea, doctors warned today. More

29/05/2009 - Warning over caffeinated chewing gum
Italian doctors warn today of the dangers of stimulant chewing gums containing caffeine. More

30/04/2009 - Half a glass for the heart
There's been strong evidence that wine may be good for the heart - but new evidence published today suggests just half a glass a day may be best. More

20/04/2009 - Abstention key to preventing liver decay
People with drinking problems who develop liver disease need to give up alcohol as soon as possible, British experts have warned. More

09/04/2009 - Moderate drinking stirs the shakes
Just three drinks of alcohol a day can double the risk of getting the shakes later in life, researchers warned today. More

06/04/2009 - Scottish doctors call time on booze
Scotland is facing an increasingly serious health problem caused by "booze culture", doctors have warned. More

20/03/2009 - Daily drinking a liver disease risk
Drinking alcohol daily over the long-term is a more important risk factor for serious liver disease than weekly binge drinking, say British experts. More

17/03/2009 - Passive drinking a killer - top doctor
Cheap alcohol and "passive drinking" is killing Britain, the country's chief medical officer claimed yesterday. More

25/02/2009 - Just one alcoholic drink may raise cancer risk
Even small amounts of alcohol can raise a woman's risk of developing several kinds of cancer, researchers warned last night. More

28/01/2009 - Heart disease figures reflect alcohol problem
The battle against heart disease in the UK is still far from won, a leading charity warned yesterday. More

21/01/2009 - Premature birth risk from binge drinking
New findings, published today, show how a baby can suffer from a mother's binge drinking during pregnancy. More

29/12/2008 - Binge-drinking campaigns face social networking sites
Young people who indulge in binge drinking tend to see the health effects as only "short term", researchers claimed yesterday. More

07/11/2008 - Global alcohol policies needed to cut harm
Experts today call for international controls to regulate the sale of alcohol. More

09/10/2008 - Specialists call for alcohol price hike
Three experts have called for a major hike in the price of alcohol to stem the epidemic of liver disease caused by excessive use. More

29/09/2008 - Graphic health warnings for smokers
Cigarette packets are having a makeover next month - adding graphic warnings of the damage they can do to the body. More

24/09/2008 - Danger from new caffeinated energy drinks
New caffeinated energy drinks may bring potential health risks for consumers, experts have warned. More

22/09/2008 - Warning on e-cigarettes
The World Health Organisation has distanced itself from a new high-tech cigarette substitute. More

17/09/2008 - New link between healthy lifestyle and death risk
Researchers have found that keeping to a healthy lifestyle is strongly linked to a reduced risk of death. More

05/09/2008 - Make tobacco "invisible" - plea
Anti-smoking laws should put tobacco "out of sight and out of mind" of young people, campaigners claim today. More

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