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19/02/2015 - Action call on obesity epidemic
The world has been slow to tackle a spreading epidemic of obesity, it was claimed today. More

17/02/2015 - Three times a week enough for women's hearts
Middle-aged women need to be active "a few times" a week to keep their risk of diseases of the heart and circulation down, researchers reported last night. More

17/02/2015 - Heart alarm fails to shake lifestyles
Only 50% of smokers who have heart attacks give up the habit after their illness, according to the disturbing findings of a European study published today. More

13/02/2015 - Exercise a "miracle cure" - academy
Exercise is a "miracle cure", senior doctors say today. More

04/02/2015 - Jogging should stay light?
People who do regular light jogging gain more health than endurance runners, researchers have claimed. More

30/01/2015 - Head blows linked to slower processing speeds
Repeated blows to the head can lead to slower processing speeds and smaller volumes in some parts of the brain – particularly in boxers, researchers warn today. More

27/01/2015 - Cholesterol problem for young adults
Failing to tackle high cholesterol levels in young adults may leave them with a legacy of heart problems, researchers warned last night. More

23/01/2015 - Why heart deaths fell
Falling blood pressure and cholesterol levels in England spared 20,000 people from death from heart disease over an eight year period, researchers say today. More

22/01/2015 - Rethink call on child screen time
A two hour limit on children's daily exposure to television and computer games may have become unrealistic, researchers have warned today. More

21/01/2015 - Weekend sleep patterns risk health
Growing numbers of people may be suffering from "social jetlag" and putting their health at risk, researchers warned today. More

20/01/2015 - Ramblers are healthy - study
People who undertake regular outdoor walking in groups enjoy massive health benefits, according to a UK study reported today. More

16/01/2015 - Inactivity worse than obesity in Europe
Europeans are suffering more from lack of fitness than from obesity, researchers claimed yesterday. More

15/01/2015 - Search for icy water brain drugs
British scientists are searching for drugs that can mimic the effects of iced water on the brain, it was announced last night. More

08/01/2015 - School rugby “a scandal”
Schools rugby is a dangerous sport with risks that have not been assessed, a neurosurgeon claims today. More

06/01/2015 - ‘Age optimally’ by exercising
Staying active enables people to age optimally and “buy extra years of function”, a study published today shows. More

05/01/2015 - Obese may avoid disease - study
People who are obese are not necessarily doomed to suffer problems such as diabetes, heart disease and stroke, according to new research. More

02/01/2015 - Perils of taking exercise break
The Christmas holiday may have led to many people taking extended breaks from keeping fit – but just five days of inactivity is enough to trigger damage to blood vessels, researchers say. More

29/12/2014 - Lifestyle link to cancer highlighted
Healthy living could spare up to 120,000 people a year in the UK from developing cancer, according to a new analysis. More

17/12/2014 - Evaporating seasonal fat – but not through cartoons or game machines?
Many people will seek to lose weight in the New Year – but few will realise where their body fat goes, scientists claims today. More

16/12/2014 - Yoga as good as cycling for heart?
Yoga may be as good as other physical activities at improving heart health, researchers say today. More

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