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14/05/2014 - Neck tests could reduce rugby injury
Adult rugby teams seeking to recruit teenagers should be required to ensure their recruits undergo medical testing for body strength, according to a Scottish study. More

12/05/2014 - Most adults set to be overweight in much of Europe
Ireland is set to be the plumpest country in Europe - with nearly half its population classed as obese, according to a new analysis. More

09/05/2014 - Screen teens for heart risk - conference
Teenagers and young adults could successfully be screened for risk of sudden cardiac death, a conference heard yesterday. More

25/04/2014 - Anti-doping bodies call for ten-year sample storage
Anti-doping bodies have called for athletes’ blood and urine samples to be stored for ten years, to enable technology to catch up with substances that currently evade detection. More

09/04/2014 - Aerobic exercise boosts elderly memory
Elderly women with mild cognitive impairment benefit significantly from aerobic training, according to findings published today. More

03/04/2014 - Alzheimer's project to link causes
Researchers in Cardiff are setting out to link the genetic and lifestyle causes of Alzheimer's disease, it was announced today. More

27/03/2014 - DNA test to spot children at weight risk
A simple DNA test could be used to predict which five-year-old children will put on weight, researchers have revealed. More

25/03/2014 - Sleep clues to obesity
Good sleep may be one of the key factors in preventing obesity and diabetes, researchers say today. More

25/03/2014 - Active mothers raise active children
Active mothers encourage children to be active - but many mothers are not active enough, researchers reported yesterday. More

21/03/2014 - How exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Women of any age can cut their risk of breast cancer by undertaking daily physical activity, researchers reported yesterday. More

20/03/2014 - Fatness reduces physical activity
Children who carry the most weight may be caught in a vicious circle of inactivity aggravated by their size, researchers reported yesterday. More

27/02/2014 - Caesarean link to obesity
People born through caesarean section are significantly more likely than others to be obese as adults, researchers revealed last night. More

25/02/2014 - Overweight "normal" for children
Being overweight is rapidly becoming the new "normal" for child body-shape, European health leaders warn today. More

19/02/2014 - Exercise hormone linked to ageing
British researchers say they have found a new link between keeping fit and delaying ageing. More

19/02/2014 - Advice on preventing miscarriage
More than a quarter of miscarriages may be avoidable, researchers say today. More

14/02/2014 - Boris Bikes boost for health
The introduction of so-called Boris Bikes into London has mostly had positive effects on health, researchers say today. More

14/02/2014 - Warning as body-builders take cancer drug
Body-builders may be unwittingly taking the anti-cancer drug tamoxifen in a popular supplement used by participants in their sport, it was revealed today. More

07/02/2014 - Scots 'sleep-walk' into obesity
Scotland is "sleepwalking" into an epidemic of obesity, an international expert will say today. More

05/02/2014 - Winter games study for academic
A British sports medicine specialist is hoping the Winter Olympic Games will give new insights into the impact of injury on athletes. More

04/02/2014 - Exercise regime benefits cancer patients
The benefits of exercising when undergoing cancer treatment are to be highlighted as part of today’s World Cancer Day events. More

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