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20/01/2022 - Prolonged TV watching linked to blood clots
People who sit and watch television for more than four hours at a time are at significantly increased risk of developing blood clots, researchers report today. More

21/10/2021 - Older former rugby players have 'worse cognitive function'
Former elite rugby players over the age of 75 who had multiple concussions in their playing careers have worse cognitive function, researchers report today. More

24/08/2021 - Young adults heart disease factors reported to major conference
People who suffer acute myocardial infarction under the age of 45 are more likely to be smokers, obese, and have high blood pressure or diabetes compared to their peers, researchers will reveal today. More

28/07/2021 - Weight loss help for heart patients should improve - study
Many patients with coronary heart disease could be given improved advice and support with weight loss, according to a Europe-wide study. More

23/07/2021 - Changes in brain structure found in professional rugby players
Professional rugby players are at risk of abnormalities in their white matter, a new study has found. More

22/07/2021 - Government and sports bodies 'fail to reduce concussion risks'
The Government and sporting bodies must address a long-term failure to reduce the risks of brain injury in sport, MPs say today. More

13/07/2021 - Athletes face 'more than double the risk' of atrial fibrillation
Athletes are almost two and a half times more likely to develop atrial fibrillation than non-athletes, British researchers warn today. More

30/06/2021 - Harms of poor sleep cut by greater exercise
Researchers have found that the health impact of poor sleep may be mitigated by adequate physical activity. More

16/06/2021 - New guidance on sports related concussion
A new consensus statement on sports-related concussion is outlining the best course of action and the factors linked to persisting symptoms. More

14/06/2021 - How intense exercise increases MND risk
High performance athletics can increase the change of developing motor neurone disease for those who are genetically at risk, British researchers have found. More

11/05/2021 - WHO reveals childhood obesity in European Region
One in three young children in some WHO European region countries are overweight or obese, according to a report published today. More

15/04/2021 - Call for Olympics delay amid virus concern
The world needs to reconsider the Olympic Games planned for this summer, experts warned last night amid concerns that “close airborne transmission” will fuel a further wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. More

14/04/2021 - Face mask quandary for pandemic fitness
Face masks have limited exercise capacity – just as people needed to get fitter during the pandemic, according to studies published today. More

30/03/2021 - Risks of exercising outside when air quality is poor
Young people should avoid very strenuous physical activity on days when air pollution levels are high, according to new research from South Korea published today. More

24/03/2021 - Simple test for sport-related concussion
Researchers have developed a non-invasive test which accurately diagnoses concussion after brain injury from sport. More

02/02/2021 - Outdoor working could lower breast cancer risk
Working outdoors could lower an older woman's risk of breast cancer, possibly because of vitamin D exposure, according to new Danish research published today. More

13/01/2021 - Clear benefit of exercise on cardiovascular health
The positive impact of exercise on cardiovascular health appears to have 'no upper limit', according to new findings from the University of Oxford, UK. More

22/12/2020 - How fitness apps help boost health
Smartphone fitness apps and wearable activity trackers help to boost physical activity levels, according to an Australian study published today. More

26/11/2020 - Activity can offset sedentary lifestyle - WHO says
Exceeding the recommendations for weekly physical activity can offset the health harms associated with prolonged sitting, says new guidelines from the World Health Organisation. More

10/11/2020 - ME/CFS guidelines introduce energy envelope
Radical new official guidelines for treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome are set to shift care away from the perception that it is a psychological condition, it was announced today. More

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