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16/09/2014 - Rugby customs may spread dangerous skin infection
Rugby is a game that is rough on the pitch and hearty in the changing rooms - but its customs may be causing outbreaks of a nasty skin condition, health experts warn today. More

12/09/2014 - ‘Fat shaming’ part of obesity problem
“Fat Shaming” – discriminating against people who are overweight or obese – has been shown to be “part of the obesity problem and not the solution”, according to experts. More

04/09/2014 - How sitting may shorten life
Too much sitting down may shorten life through direct impact on DNA, researchers claim today. More

03/09/2014 - Exercise benefit on heart failure risk
A large study has added to the evidence that exercise can have a protective effect on the heart. More

29/08/2014 - Walk a mile to beat cancer - call
Most of the UK's long-term cancer patients are inactive - even though keeping fit can help stave off the disease, campaigners warn today. More

21/08/2014 - Obese 30 somethings face high dementia risk
Obesity may be a cause of dementia - but people who are obese in their 30s face the biggest risk, researchers warn today. More

13/08/2014 - Dangers of too much exercise
Over-exercising may be risky for heart attack survivors, researchers warned today. More

29/07/2014 - Five minute work-out that may save lives
A daily jog of just five minutes can do wonders for the health of the heart and the circulation, researchers said last night. More

14/07/2014 - Fallen footballers need medical screening - neurologists
Doctors should be allowed a more active role to assess injured players during football games, senior neurologists said today. More

26/06/2014 - New TV threat to young adults
Young adults who spend more than three hours a day in front of the television may double their risk of an untimely death, researchers warned last night. More

24/06/2014 - Life-jacket call for hobby sailors
People who like messing around in boats should be required to wear life-jackets, according to Australian experts. More

24/06/2014 - Warning on fat-burning drug
A toxic "fat-burning" chemical is becoming increasingly popular with body-obsessed Britons, doctors warned today. More

20/06/2014 - When football boosts health
Playing football may be better for the blood pressure than watching the World Cup in Brazil, researchers said last night. More

13/06/2014 - Six thousand steps to knee health
People with arthritis of the knee often find walking difficult - but 6,000 steps a day can make a massive difference to their health, researchers reported yesterday. More

11/06/2014 - World Cup may be alcohol contest
The alcohol industry will be the real winner of the 2014 World Cup, it was claimed today. More

29/05/2014 - Startling growth of worldwide obesity
The growth of obesity around the world has been "startling" in the last 30 years, researchers warn today. More

28/05/2014 - Schools alone can't boost kids' health
School-based interventions to get children exercising more and eating more fruit and vegetables may not be workable on their own, researchers warn today. More

22/05/2014 - Parents prevent children walking to school
Children are missing out on valuable exercise because their parents prefer their youngsters to get the bus or to be driven to school, researchers warn today. More

19/05/2014 - Dengue fever risk predicted for Brazil’s World Cup
An early warning system that predicts the risk of dengue infections for the 553 micro-regions of Brazil during the football World Cup has been developed for the first time. More

14/05/2014 - Pacemaker risk for athletes
Athletes face an increased risk of developing abnormal heart rhythms in old age, leading to them needing pacemakers, new research suggests. More

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