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26/05/2015 - Noise may trigger waist expansion
People who live with high levels of traffic noise face an increased risk of carrying a "spare tyre" through having surplus fat around the waist, researchers warn today. More

22/05/2015 - Chronic brain injury risk from rugby
Rugby players could be at risk from a degenerative condition often known as "punch drunk syndrome," doctors warned today. More

19/05/2015 - Vicious cycle of inactivity in obesity
Obesity may cause inactivity by restricting movement ability, researchers warn today. More

18/05/2015 - Heart risk to athletes "common"
Being an elite athlete does not protect from some forms of heart disease - and, according to a new study, large numbers of highly trained sportspeople are at risk. More

15/05/2015 - Keeping active key to elderly health?
Elderly men benefit massively from taking half an hour's exercise a day, researchers report today. More

13/05/2015 - What can prevent muscle wastage?
The evidence on the effects of diet and exercise on ageing is unclear and inconsistent, researchers say today. More

12/05/2015 - Alarm as stroke afflicts workers
Growing numbers of working age adults have been succumbing to stroke this century, campaigners warned today. More

08/05/2015 - Change your commute to lose weight
Using public transport, walking, or cycling to get to work could help commuters to lose weight within a couple of years, according to a study published today. More

07/05/2015 - WHO urges caution on obesity report
The World Health Organisation has urged caution over a report that has warned of a European obesity crisis. More

29/04/2015 - Cancer patients miss out on fitness advice
Patients with bowel cancer benefit from keeping fit - but many say they have never received this advice, researchers say today. More

28/04/2015 - How exercise may boost breast cancer care
Programmes of physical exercise can help reduce the side-effects faced by women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer, according to a new study. More

23/04/2015 - Low-carb only cure for obesity - Malhotra
Too many carbs in the diet are the main cause of the UK's obesity outbreak, according to an outspoken cardiologist today. More

22/04/2015 - School rugby risks 'overlooked'?
A UK government plan to boost the numbers of schoolchildren playing rugby could pose serious risks, it was claimed today. More

10/04/2015 - Arts and crafts help prevent memory problems
People who participate in arts and crafts and who socialise in middle and old age are helping their brains to slow down memory problems that often lead to dementia. More

08/04/2015 - Low sports-linked cardiac arrest risk
New figures suggest that the risk of sudden cardiac arrest while playing sport is lower than some may have thought. More

01/04/2015 - Keep jogging through pollution - study
The health benefits of jogging and cycling in urban areas outweigh the risks of air pollution, researchers said yesterday. More

30/03/2015 - New sea danger - drug resistance
Surfing and swimming are increasingly popular in British coastal waters - and thousands may be exposed to dangerous drug-resistant bacteria, researchers warned today. More

25/03/2015 - How alcohol causes liver cancer
Drinking three alcoholic drinks per day significantly raises the risk of liver cancer, experts warned today. More

17/03/2015 - Cancer risk from female obesity
Women who are obese face a 40% increased risk of developing a range of cancers, researchers warn today. More

13/03/2015 - How healthy living may stave off dementia
A programme of healthy eating guidance, exercise, and brain training, can help stave off dementia, the results of a unique two-year trial have found. More

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