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15/10/2015 - Bariatric surgery may help obese women have children
Bariatric surgery can help obese women achieve successful pregnancy - but should only be a last resort, obstetricians say today. More

09/10/2015 - Exercise to prevent pelvic girdle pain
Exercising up to five times a week before becoming pregnant could reduce the risk of developing pelvic girdle pain, according to new Norwegian research. More

08/10/2015 - Teen sun exposure linked to multiple sclerosis
New research results are adding to the evidence that healthy vitamin D levels from exposure to the sun may help protect against, or delay, multiple sclerosis, Danish researchers say. More

16/09/2015 - Gardens key to child fitness
Children deprived of access to gardens in their formative years face increased risk of developing obesity, a major conference on diabetes heard yesterday. More

02/09/2015 - No lifestyle change in cardiac patients
Falling numbers of smokers with coronary heart disease or at high risk of cardiovascular disease are making plans to quit, a European conference heard yesterday. More

17/08/2015 - Clever students plan for health
Men who are clever in their early adulthood tend to be fitter than their contemporaries later in life, according to Danish researchers. More

07/08/2015 - Obesity acceptance triggers weight gain
People with weight problems are often accused of being in denial - but accepting the problem may lead to more weight gain, according to a new study. More

04/08/2015 - A little activity keeps pensioners going
Pensioners continue to benefit from keeping a little bit active - even if they struggle to meet targets for physical fitness, researchers say today. More

31/07/2015 - Stand up for health - study
Standing rather than sitting during idle moments could help burn up fat and blood sugar, researchers report today. More

22/07/2015 - Spine damage risk in former rugby players
Retired professional rugby players face an increased risk of cervical spine degeneration, doctors warn today. More

17/07/2015 - Obesity hard to shed - study
Less than one per cent of obese people will attain a normal body weight in a given year - without dramatic intervention, researchers warned last night. More

10/07/2015 - Diet and exercise too late in pregnancy
A programme of diet and exercise proved unsuccessful in preventing obese women developing diabetes during pregnancy, researchers have reported. More

07/07/2015 - Healthy lifestyle reduces risk of heart failure
People who are active and maintain a healthy lifestyle can reduce their risk of heart failure, a long-term study has confirmed. More

02/07/2015 - Campaign aims to animate children
A new campaign to animate Britain's children and get them fit is being backed by cartoon giant Disney, it was announced today. More

23/06/2015 - Climate challenge could boost world health
A world worried about climate change would improve its health, according to a major study today. More

11/06/2015 - Pregnant women should control weight - study
Pregnant women can improve their health through both diet and exercise, according to an analysis published today. More

10/06/2015 - Gene screening hope for athletes
Athletes could be offered genetic screening to identify if they are at risk of sudden heart attacks, it was revealed today. More

03/06/2015 - Exercise could prevent gestational diabetes
Pregnant women may help to prevent the development of gestational diabetes by keeping fit, researchers say today. More

03/06/2015 - Heart condition best tested during exercise
Heart tests for athletes are most useful when undertaken during exercise, researchers say today. More

02/06/2015 - Stand up for your health, workers told
Office workers should stand up for at least two hours a day while they are at work, according to radical guidelines published today. More

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