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06/08/2013 - How car commuting jeopardises health
People who take the car to work tend to be less healthy than those who find other ways to travel, according to a major British study published today. More

30/07/2013 - Call to tackle child heart risk
As many as one in six European children are at risk of heart disease because of obesity and lack of fitness, researchers warn today. More

30/07/2013 - Athletes need sun
Athletes who train in the shade may be making themselves vulnerable to the common cold virus, researchers have warned. More

29/07/2013 - Athlete heart screening may be flawed
Efforts to screen young athletes for heart conditions may fall foul of racial differences between black and white athletes, British researchers have warned. More

24/07/2013 - Healthy habits vital for the elderly
A healthy lifestyle plays a key role in avoiding future disability, researchers say today. More

19/07/2013 - Exercise in pregnancy reduces risk
Pregnant women who exercise moderately three times a week in their second and third trimesters halve the risk of giving birth to a heavy baby. More

04/07/2013 - Clue to winter heart events
So-called brown fat stored on the body may prove dangerous to humans in the winter, researchers have warned. More

12/06/2013 - Heart risk for extreme skiers
Skiers who take part in long-distance cross-country races are at a raised risk of heart rhythm problems, new research shows. More

11/06/2013 - Arthritis centre will examine sporting injuries
A 3 million research centre has been launched by Arthritis Research UK that will focus on the impact of sports injuries. More

04/06/2013 - How lifestyle saves lives
Four healthy actions, including not smoking, make a massive difference to survival chances of people over the age of 45, researchers said last night. More

22/05/2013 - Cancer survival may not be wake-up call
People who survive cancer do not adopt healthy lifestyles, new findings suggest today. More

16/05/2013 - Heart challenge for middle-aged
The hearts of middle-aged people benefit massively from improvements in fitness, according to a series of studies published last night. More

15/05/2013 - Could obesity prevent endometriosis?
Body fat may be linked with a reduced risk for women of developing endometriosis, researchers say today. More

08/05/2013 - Ten minutes a day may fend of illness
Just 75 minutes a week of exercise is enough to make a big impact for people at risk of heart disease and diabetes, British researchers say. More

22/04/2013 - Manual work link to heart disease
Affluent societies associate heart disease with sedentary jobs and lack of fitness - but people in demanding physical jobs may also face a high risk, researchers warned yesterday. More

22/04/2013 - Marathon pain-killer warning
Thousands took part in the London Marathon safely yesterday - but some may have suffered unexpected medical effects through taking common painkillers, researchers warned. More

17/04/2013 - Fresh start needed on obesity
Obesity needs to be seen as a hormone problem, not an energy imbalance, an expert says today. More

11/04/2013 - Adult health may decline - warning
New generations of adults are less healthy than their predecessors - putting at risk continuing improvements in human life expectancy, researchers warned yesterday. More

10/04/2013 - How cutting weight saves a nation's lives
A slight drop in the population's weight could significantly cut the rate of people dying from diabetes and heart disease, new research suggests. More

10/04/2013 - How diseases of affluence are going global
A British-led study has become the latest to point out that diseases of affluence - such as heart disease and obesity - now afflict much of the world. More

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