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08/04/2013 - How red meat, energy drinks endanger heart
Researchers say they have found a compound in red meat that directly contributes to the development of heart disease. More

05/04/2013 - Walk or run to reduce blood pressure
Brisk walking is as good as running when it comes to lowering the risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, researchers said last night. More

27/03/2013 - Heavier women carry pregnancy risks
Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may need specialist care that is not offered under current guidelines, researchers warn today. More

12/03/2013 - Sports concussion serious - experts
Sports doctors should not believe that players are protected from concussion by helmets and mouthguards, experts say today. More

08/03/2013 - Exercise could delay dementia
Short bouts of exercise boost brain function, which could help delay dementia, it has been claimed. More

04/03/2013 - Exercise may not prevent early breast cancer
Physical exercise may not protect against the development of breast cancer - but may help prevent its spread, according to a major European study. More

21/02/2013 - Brits fail to slim
Hospitals continue to admit growing numbers of patients for treatment for obesity - while there is no sign of the UK population slimming, according to figures published yesterday. More

14/02/2013 - Vitamin C helps athlete colds
According to popular myth vitamin C is good for colds - and this may be true for people undertaking stressful physical activity, researchers say. More

05/02/2013 - Regular walks cut major illness risk
New findings today show how taking a regular walk can significantly reduce the risk of heart disease, stroke and cancer. More

05/02/2013 - Watching TV hits male potency
Watching more than 20 hours of television a week almost halves the fertility of healthy young men, according to a new study out last night. More

25/01/2013 - Hormone may explain mind body links
British researchers say a stress hormone may play a key role in protecting the brain from Alzheimer's disease. More

18/01/2013 - Viagra may burn fat
The use of Viagra may be giving men a second, unexpected, boost - around their waists, researchers say. More

10/01/2013 - Gel hope for cartilage
Scientists have developed a jelly that could have a dramatic impact in aiding the healing of damaged cartilage, it was reported last night. More

08/01/2013 - Couch potatoes lack exercise drug
A key protein in the brain may be the reason why some people cannot be bothered to take up physical exercise, French researchers believe. More

03/01/2013 - Overweight or healthy weight?
Calling people "overweight" may give a false impression of the state of their health, researchers revealed yesterday. More

14/12/2012 - Olympians, tooth fairies and space travel
Olympians live longer than the general population, regardless of their sport or medal-winning tally, it was claimed today. More

07/12/2012 - Cut fat and shed pounds - study
Cutting fat out of the diet can work wonders for the figure - and health, researchers say today. More

04/12/2012 - Social media could combat childhood obesity
The medical profession should embrace social media as a tool to help children overcome obesity, it was claimed last night. More

30/11/2012 - Marathons "too far, too fast"
Marathon addicts are unlikely to be building up their heart health, experts say today. More

28/11/2012 - Fitness as good as pills for cholesterol
Getting a little bit fit is as good for fighting cholesterol as taking statin pills - and the two together are a winning combination, experts say today. More

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