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11/10/2016 - Stresses that trigger AMI
Getting angry or emotionally upset can trigger a heart attack - as can heavy physical exertion, according to a large international study published last night. More

11/10/2016 - Warnings on child obesity
Britain is among a number of countries facing a huge toll of future ill health resulting from growing rates of childhood obesity, according to a series of studies published today. More

10/10/2016 - Rugby brain damage "mild"
The long-term effects on the brain of playing rugby may be limited, according to a new UK study. More

05/10/2016 - Activity trackers hard to prescribe
Activity trackers, such as pedometers, are popular with some people - but they may not work as a "prescription" item, researchers warn today. More

07/09/2016 - Lifestyle key to cardiac rehabilitation
Heart patients need to be encouraged to adopt healthy lifestyles to prevent repeat episodes, according to European guidelines published today. More

01/09/2016 - Children getting plumper in primary school - campaigners
Some 57,000 children a year are leaving primary school obese or overweight in spite of being a healthy weight when they started, according to an analysis published today. More

18/08/2016 - Row as child obesity plan unveiled
Plans to reduce child obesity in England, announced today, failed to satisfy campaigners. More

10/08/2016 - Pokémon craze backed by GP
Leading Glasgow GP Dr Margaret McCartney has offered backing for the health benefits of the Pokemon Go craze. More

03/08/2016 - Pre-Olympics sport supplement crack-down
Dozens of sports supplements sold in the UK contain unauthorised medicines - although the numbers may be reducing, regulators announced today. More

28/07/2016 - Walk an hour a day - study
An hour a day of walking can counteract the health risks of spending all day sitting, according to a major study published today. More

27/07/2016 - Lung test closely linked to mortality
Poor fitness is a key factor in loss of life among middle-aged men, according to Swedish researchers. More

25/07/2016 - Activity therapy better than CBT?
A new psychological treatment that helps people with depression find activities is cheaper than the main talking therapy, CBT, - and equally effective, according to a major British study. More

14/07/2016 - Researchers quantify obesity loss of life
Being overweight shortens life expectancy by about a year, according to a major international study published today. More

05/07/2016 - Active transport call for better health and economy
Towns and cities need to do more to encourage more people to walk, cycle and use public transport, public health campaigners say today. More

16/06/2016 - Exercise backed for elderly
Pensioners should set a target of achieving at least 15 minutes a day of exercise, a conference has heard. More

03/06/2016 - Weight management apps unproven
Virtually no smartphone weight management app has been developed by a certified health organisation or university, a European conference will be told. More

03/06/2016 - Obese people benefit from hip surgery
One in ten of those who receive artificial hips in Europe is obese – but the risk of complications increases with weight, a European conference has heard. More

25/05/2016 - Euro-guidance for cardiovascular health
Laws and policies around food, physical activity and smoking are key to the prevention of cardiovascular disease, according to new European guidance. More

20/05/2016 - Europe facing obesity time-bomb
Obesity will have a “devastating” effect on healthcare costs and productivity across Europe, leading public health experts and scientists have warned. More

15/04/2016 - Greek dancing improves strength in elderly heart patients
Elderly people with heart failure could embrace their inner Zorba the Greek and get dancing after a study found that Greek dancing improves their strength and ability to jump. More

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