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07/04/2016 - Global diabetes problem grows
The number of people with diabetes globally has quadrupled in 25 years, according to figures published for World Health Day today. More

07/04/2016 - Expert warns of obesity crisis
A "tipping point" has been reached beyond which technological advances may no longer compensate for the negative effect on lifespan of a poor diet, an expert has warned. More

01/04/2016 - Obesity a growing global problem
Obesity among men has more than tripled globally – and more than doubled among women – since 1975, researchers reveal today. More

29/03/2016 - Exercise prime back pain therapy - draft guidance
Exercise should be the main treatment for low back pain, according to new guidance in England. More

29/03/2016 - Exercise keeps older people’s brains sharper
Older people who take part in vigorous exercise help to keep their minds sharp, a new US study has revealed. More

17/03/2016 - Abandon car and stay slim - study
Leaving the car at home helps commuters keep their weight down, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

10/03/2016 - Chinese exercises benefits demonstrated
People with heart cardiovascular disease could find that traditional Chinese exercises will improve their health and wellbeing. More

09/03/2016 - Insulin therapy linked to breast cancer
Treatment for diabetes can affect the density of breast tissue, possibly impacting on the risk of breast cancer, a European conference will hear today. More

16/02/2016 - Active work may interact with high blood pressure
Women with hypertension and highly active jobs face a hugely increased risk of developing ischaemic heart disease, according to a new Danish study. More

03/02/2016 - New sedentary time/diabetes link
A new link has been found between daily sedentary time and risk of developing type 2 diabetes. More

07/01/2016 - How obesity will increase cancer rates
Britain’s growing obesity problem could be responsible for nearly 700,000 cases of cancer over the next two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

21/12/2015 - Fitness not a counterweight to obesity
Being fit is not an effective way to counteract obesity, according to a study which has taken nearly 30 years and reports its findings today. More

17/12/2015 - Regular standing key to diabetes prevention?
Patients at risk of type 2 diabetes could cut their risk by taking just five minutes of "light movement" during periods of sitting, according to a study at Leicester University. More

15/12/2015 - Women not getting cardiac rehab - audit
Thousands of women are missing out on cardiac rehabilitation services in the UK, a report shows today. More

03/12/2015 - Post-pregnancy weight gain link to child risk
Women who put on weight after their first pregnancy face an increased risk of losing the second child, Swedish researchers report today. More

27/11/2015 - Obesity rates grow among 11-year-olds
The number of children who are obese when they leave primary school in England continues to increase, according to figures published yesterday. More

17/11/2015 - Risk illiteracy creating new diseases - claim
Being at "high risk" of disease has become an illness in its own right, it was claimed today. More

04/11/2015 - Health risks for sedentary pregnant women
Pregnant women should be discouraged from becoming too sedentary, a conference is to hear today. More

26/10/2015 - Blackouts and drownings linked to undiagnosed Long QT
Patients who report blackouts or near drownings should be checked for long QT syndrome <- a genetic heart condition>, a conference has heard. More

19/10/2015 - Parkrunners to aid knee research
Jogging is a popular form of exercise - but many people believe it puts excessive strain on the knees. More

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