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25/10/2013 - How pregnancy fitness may boosts child's heart health
Women who keep fit during pregnancy may benefit the heart health of their children throughout their lifetimes, researchers report today. More

22/10/2013 - Fitness boosts teen brains
Teenage girls who undertake regular exercise show dramatic improvements in the study of science, researchers report today. More

18/10/2013 - Housework problem for fitness
Housework may be hard work - but it may not be an effective way of keeping fit, researchers warned today. More

17/10/2013 - Weight loss programme caution urged
Health professionals should only back weight loss programmes that are likely to achieve long-term improvements, according to new UK guidance published today. More

15/10/2013 - Exercise boost for male fertility
Men who want to have children may benefit by keeping fit, researchers revealed last night. More

14/10/2013 - Diabetes lifestyle advice same as for all
People with diabetes do not need different advice about diet and lifestyle from others, according to a new study. More

07/10/2013 - Obese twins offer treatment clues
Researchers in Finland have found 16 pairs of identical twins - with one obese twin per pair. More

04/10/2013 - Exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Taking part in moderate, regular physical activity reduces the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women, a new study shows today (4 October 2013). More

04/10/2013 - Diabetes study to investigate lifestyle choices
The prevention of diabetes 2 through diet, lifestyle and exercise is to be investigated in the largest study of its kind. More

01/10/2013 - Exercise as good as drugs for some conditions
Getting plenty of exercise should be considered a "viable alternative" to commonly used drugs, experts say today. More

25/09/2013 - Fitness speeds up brain but not memory
Being physically fit may speed up the brain - but it does not enhance the memory, a major conference was told yesterday. More

24/09/2013 - Nordic walk or work-out?
Scandinavian researchers have clashed over the best type of exercise for people with health problems. More

17/09/2013 - Lifestyle changes ‘reverse ageing’
Positive lifestyle changes could help to reverse ageing at a cellular level, according to a new US study. More

13/09/2013 - Energy drink alcohol mixer risks suppressed - claim
Young adults may face risks from mixing energy drinks with alcohol - but research into the topic is dominated by funding from one company, it is claimed today. More

11/09/2013 - Obesity not always risky in pregnancy
Obese women who have already had a baby, and have no additional risk factors, are at low risk of pregnancy complications, researchers say today. More

02/09/2013 - Expanding waist triggers winter heart problems
New findings show how cold weather and winter can trigger an outbreak of heart attacks, a major European conference has heard. More

22/08/2013 - Alarm as children sit around - for hours
British children are increasingly sedentary, researchers warn today. More

14/08/2013 - Britons say they are getting fitter
Last year's Olympics may have helped trigger a surge in fitness activity among Britons, according to figures published today. More

13/08/2013 - Plan to protect footballers
Football clubs should step up measures to prepare for medical emergencies following a series of incidents involving players, experts say today. More

07/08/2013 - Fitness cuts female cancer rate - if not weight
Women who are overweight can cut their risk of a common female cancer dramatically by keeping fit, researchers report today. More

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