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28/03/2012 - Rural rambling warning for tick month
Britons have been warned of the growing threat from tick bites causing a dangerous inflammatory disease. More

27/03/2012 - Elderly exercise programmes 'inadequate'
Elderly people enjoy taking part in exercise programmes - but often they are not getting the right kind of exercise, according to an analysis published today. More

05/03/2012 - Desk job threat to women?
Inactivity may be a bigger threat to women's health than to men's, according to controversial new findings. More

09/02/2012 - Obesity drugs backed
Anti-obesity drugs can make a major difference in helping assist people to lose weight when they make lifestyle changes, according to British researchers. More

01/02/2012 - Exercise benefits for cancer patients
Cancer patients can benefit from taking exercise after their treatment is complete, researchers say today. More

13/01/2012 - STIQ Day campaigns
Local health workers nationwide have issued calls to the public to think about their sexual health over the weekend. More

11/01/2012 - Cars and TV linked to heart risk
Owning a car and a television is a significant risk factor for heart disease, researchers warn today. More

11/01/2012 - Hormone hope for obesity and diabetes
Taking a hormone pill that suppresses appetite can lead to significant weight loss and may benefit people with diabetes, researchers said today. More

29/12/2011 - New Year resolution - two for the price of one?
New Year resolutions often come in packages of two, government health experts said yesterday. More

22/12/2011 - New pregnancy weight guide
Obstetricians today release new guidance for overweight women who become pregnant - setting out how they can improve their health before their baby is born. More

21/12/2011 - Walking off the fat
A walk after Christmas dinner may help make the indulgence guilt-free - by helping purge the body of fat from the food, British researchers said yesterday. More

16/12/2011 - Walk at 3mph or more to avoid the 'Grim Reaper'
If you are a man over 70 and want to elude the Grim Reaper, you have to walk at a speed of at least three miles an hour. More

16/12/2011 - Hip replacement patients benefit from exercise programme
Patients who receive exercises to increase strength and improve walking following hip replacement surgery benefit hugely, a new report has said. More

15/12/2011 - Alarm as child obesity grows
Obesity rates among England's 11-year-olds continue to rise, according to figures published yesterday. More

09/12/2011 - Short, sharp way to boost health
The best way to keep fit for good health is often debated - and now British researchers say just 20 seconds a day may make a massive difference. More

07/12/2011 - Fears over heart impact of endurance exercise
Intense endurance training may have damaging effects on the hearts of healthy people, researchers are warning. More

06/12/2011 - Fitness key to heart health
Physical inactivity rather than excess weight may be the biggest threat to the heart, according to the findings of a major study reported last night. More

02/12/2011 - Football good for menís mental health
Men with mental health problems should be encouraged to play football, psychologists will hear today. More

09/11/2011 - Doubts over balance exercise programmes
Exercise programmes can help elderly people keep their balance and prevent falls - but dozens of pieces of research have failed to establish the best way of doing it, according to an analysis published today. More

08/11/2011 - Cancer patients may need obesity advice
People with cancer - or its early signs - should be given advice about their weight if they are obese, researchers warned today. More

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