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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

09/08/2018 - Call for athlete cardiac screening to be stepped up
The number of young sportspeople at risk from undetected cardiac disease may be much higher than previously thought, according to a major UK study published last night. More

07/08/2018 - Muscle building critical for kidney care
Large muscles could benefit people with chronic kidney disease, according to a new study. More

27/07/2018 - Scuba divers urged to watch weight
Scuba diving might seem a healthy hobby – but many enthusiasts put themselves at risk by neglecting their health, according to a major new study. More

09/07/2018 - How victory in the semis will aid dementia patients
World Cup victory on Wednesday night will lead to days of replays of England’s 1966 triumph – and this may benefit many elderly people with dementia, according to a senior doctor. More

25/05/2018 - How weight aids seriously ill patients
Carrying extra weight improves patients’ prospects during treatment for a range of life-threatening conditions in hospital, according to a series of studies published yesterday. More

04/05/2018 - Regular saunas reduce risk of stroke
People who take saunas between four and seven times a week have a lower risk of stroke than those who use them just once a week, the first large-scale international study of its kind has shown. More

26/04/2018 - Motor neurone disease link to physical activity
A potential link has been found between vigorous physical activity and the risk of developing motor neurone disease. More

17/04/2018 - How lifestyle and diet is important pre-conception
The diet and lifestyle of parents plays a major role in the growth, development and health of a child before conception, experts say today. More

16/03/2018 - No healthy obesity – UK study
A major British study has challenged the idea that it is possible to be obese but healthy. More

09/03/2018 - How binge-watching puts men at risk
Men who binge-watch television face a significantly increased risk of developing colorectal cancer, according to the findings of a major UK analysis published today. More

13/02/2018 - Could cold water plunge provide pain relief?
Plunging into cold water could offer an alternative to strong painkillers and physiotherapy following surgery, it is suggested today. More

15/01/2018 - Drug-resistant bacteria risk for surfers
Surfers and others who spend hours in the sea risk significant exposure to antibiotic resistant E.coli, a medical school in Devon, UK, has found. More

11/01/2018 - Risky fat linked to sedentary time
New links have been found between long periods of sedentary time and fat deposited specifically around internal organs. More

05/01/2018 - Resolutions may trigger risk-reducing behaviour change - study
Sticking to New Year resolutions to lead a healthier lifestyle helps individuals reduce the risk of developing cancer, according to Welsh researchers. More

22/12/2017 - Brain function improves when adults with dementia exercise
When older people with dementia increase their physical exercise, their brain function improves, a new study has found. More

13/12/2017 - Nearby exercise facilities boost health
Simply living close to facilities for exercise has health benefits – by encouraging fitness, researchers report today. More

06/12/2017 - New traffic pollution health risk assessments
Poor air quality in urban areas is particularly damaging to young children and older adults, according to two reports published today. More

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