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26/03/2019 - Sedentary lifestyles linked to 70,000 UK deaths a year
Sitting down for large parts of the day is linked to nearly 70,000 deaths every year in the UK, a new observational study has revealed. More

20/03/2019 - Advantage from just ten minutes' exercise
Benefits for health begin even at very small amounts of physical activity, researchers report today. More

06/02/2019 - Win for football fitness drive
A gender-specific initiative for increasing men’s health has been found to be effective across several different European countries, researchers report today. More

06/02/2019 - Chronic disease link to inactivity
Physical inactivity may be creating a further, avoidable health risk for people living with chronic disease, British experts have warned. More

22/01/2019 - Body size 'influences women's lifespan'
Body size, weight and height could influence a woman’s lifespan more than it influences a man’s, a Dutch study published last night has claimed. More

16/01/2019 - Exercise benefits heart and blood sugar
Cardiology experts have published a position paper urging doctors to prescribe exercise for people with type 2 diabetes and cardiovascular disease. More

04/01/2019 - Obesity is a disease - physicians
Obesity should be recognised as a disease, according to the Royal College of Physicians of London, UK. More

21/12/2018 - Technology may turn corner on healthy living - CMO
Wearable technology and novel biosensors will make diagnostics a part of daily lives for patients, the Chief Medical Officer says today. More

19/12/2018 - Exercise may be best medicine for hypertension
Exercise interventions may be as effective as most medication for hypertension, researchers say today. More

11/12/2018 - Older, male doctors more likely to play golf
Male doctors in their 60s are most likely to play golf - and surgeons make the best golfers, according to an analysis published today. More

28/11/2018 - Endurance best to combat ageing
Endurance sports may be more beneficial for healthy ageing than resistance training, researchers report today. More

15/11/2018 - Ban child energy drink sales - RCPCH
Retailers should be banned from selling energy drinks to children, senior paediatricians say today. More

13/11/2018 - Call for mandatory headgear in rugby
Headguards should be mandatory in rugby at all levels of the game, a new study out today has concluded. More

06/11/2018 - Early risers' reduced risk of breast cancer
Women who are early risers enjoy a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, according to new research that’s to be presented today (6 November 2018). More

02/11/2018 - Almost half A&E visits for sports injuries are children
Children and teenagers account for almost half of sport injury-related emergency department attendances and almost a quarter of sport injury-related hospital admissions, a new study out today (2 November 2018) has found. More

31/10/2018 - Vitamin D link to fitness
Vitamin D levels are strongly linked to the body’s capacity to exercise, according to a new analysis. More

26/10/2018 - How healthy lifestyle helps cut stroke risk
A healthy lifestyle can reduce the risk of stroke, even among those who have a high genetic risk of the condition, international research has found. More

11/10/2018 - Education key to tackling obesity - physicians
The government needs to put investment into schools to tackle the obesity epidemic, senior physicians say today. More

07/09/2018 - Injury risk of female athletes 'linked to abuse'
The risk of injury among female track and field athletes can be linked to their history of sexual and/or physical abuse, a Swedish study claims today. More

05/09/2018 - World population increasingly inactive - WHO
More than a quarter of the world’s adult problem is not active enough, significantly increasing risk of a range of diseases, according to a major study published today. More

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