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18/07/2012 - Unfitness takes toll on millions
More than five million people are dying every year because of physical inactivity, it was claimed today. More

10/07/2012 - Sitting impacts survival - study
Spending too much time sitting down in front of the television or at work may shorten life, according to research published today. More

06/07/2012 - Exercise and sport "vital" - experts
Lack of exercise should be treated as a "vital sign" by doctors alongside problems such as obesity and high blood pressure, an expert says today. More

04/07/2012 - Health protection in place for Olympics
Handwashing, hats and water are among the advice being offered to visitors to this year's Olympics by health experts. More

28/06/2012 - How work may harm pregnancy
Women who have to undertake physically arduous work during pregnancy may see an impact on the size of their baby, researchers warn today. More

25/06/2012 - Cancer fear fails to deter weight gain
Fear of cancer does little to help motivate overweight Britons to shed their fat, campaigners warn today. More

15/06/2012 - Changes in walking speed could signal dementia
Subtle changes in walking speed among older people could signal early stages of dementia, new research has claimed. More

14/06/2012 - Universal call for donor day
Millions of people with special blood are being sought today in the UK to help build stocks in advance of the Olympics. More

06/06/2012 - Waist circumference is useful in knowing diabetes risk
A person's waist circumference is linked to their risk of type 2 diabetes, regardless of their body mass index, new research has found. More

05/06/2012 - City rises to spring challenge
A primary care trust is taking action against the risks to children posed by trampolines. More

28/05/2012 - Virtual partner boosts exercise
A virtual partner can help double the length of time people spend on exercise, researchers have found. More

18/05/2012 - Athlete pain tolerance could aid treatment
Athletesí ability to tolerate pain for longer than non-athletes could give pain management specialists new ways of treating patients, researchers reported yesterday. More

14/05/2012 - Go to work on egg - conference told
The novelist Fay Weldon may have been right when she coined a famous advertising slogan about eggs, researchers have revealed. More

14/05/2012 - Call for sports heart problem research
Doctors lack basic knowledge about the sudden heart attacks that can have devastating effects on young athletes, such as the footballer Fabrice Muamba, experts warned today. More

09/05/2012 - Exercise may improve survival after breast and colon cancer
Cancer patients who keep fit may enjoy signficantly improved survival chances, researchers said yesterday. More

04/05/2012 - Jogging can extend life, claims study
Joggers live for longer, Danish research has concluded. More

25/04/2012 - Lessons from elite athletes with asthma
Some athletes who have asthma are not receiving the right treatment or getting the right advice, experts warned today. More

06/04/2012 - Womb cancer surge warning
Growing rates of obesity may have triggered in increase in cases of a women's cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/04/2012 - Baby boomers pose cannabis problem
Britain is facing a generation of elderly people who have been taking illicit drugs for much of their lives, according to research published today. More

30/03/2012 - Men vulnerable to sudden heart death
Cardiac arrest caused by irregular heart rhythms affects mainly men, according to an analysis published today. More

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