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21/11/2012 - How dancing boosts girls
Dancing can make a big difference to the mental health of teenage girls, researchers reported last night. More

19/11/2012 - New drive to cut cardiac arrest death
Soccer star turned actor Vinnie Jones returned to the fray today in a new campaign aimed at persuading the public to "get tough" with heart attacks. More

02/11/2012 - How activity protects elderly brains
New evidence of how physical activity helps protect the elderly from dementia is reported today. More

23/10/2012 - Healthy body keeps brain healthy in old age
Keeping physically fit in old age may be the best way to keep the brain healthy, researchers say today. More

15/10/2012 - Sitting risk regardless of fitness - researchers
Sitting for long periods at a computer or in front of the television is a major hazard to the heart, British researchers warn today. More

09/10/2012 - Daily walk that boosts heart health
Walking the dog may be better than jogging at preventing heart disease, according to research published today. More

28/09/2012 - Take care message for world heart day
Most people leave it too late to start taking care of their heart, campaigners have warned. More

26/09/2012 - New child obesity heart warning
New findings suggest that obesity in childhood can have far-reaching effects on future heart health. More

24/09/2012 - New migraine wine theory
People with migraine who want to drink wine may find the sweet kind helps spare them headaches, researchers have reported. More

12/09/2012 - Obesity in the genes?
Obesity may largely be in the genes, an expert claims today. More

07/09/2012 - Consoles beat Facebook for fitness
Activity video games can help make people fitter - while social media can have the opposite effect, researchers said today. More

05/09/2012 - Fitness fatness links queried
Many people who are obese have no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight, researchers said today. More

05/09/2012 - Weight-loss beliefs jeopardise anti-obesity drugs
Psychological problems may prevent weight-loss drugs from being effective, researchers have warned. More

04/09/2012 - How fitness helps prevent breast cancer
Researchers have found a new link between staying fit and preventing breast cancer, it was announced today. More

31/08/2012 - Health and happiness add years fast
People who adopt healthy lifestyles in old age can add years to their lives, researchers said today. More

14/08/2012 - Middle-aged activity that keeps heart healthy
Middle-aged gardening and housework all help to make the heart stronger, British researchers reported last night. More

09/08/2012 - Long-haul travel raises illness risk in athletes
Travelling a very long distance to compete puts athletes at a raised risk of illness, according to new findings. More

27/07/2012 - New shift work link to heart disease
People who work irregular hours or work shifts face an increased risk of suffering heart attacks and strokes, researchers warned today. More

24/07/2012 - Get fit quick products banned
As many as 84 sports supplements have been banned from the shelves of British shops because they contained illegal drugs, regulators announced yesterday. More

19/07/2012 - Sport product claims "worrying" - experts
Claims about many sports products, including drinks and clothing, are "strikingly" lacking in evidence, experts claimed today. More

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