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19/07/2011 - Body image key to weight control?
Women who feel good about their body shape find it easier than others to lose weight, according to Portuguese researchers. More

12/07/2011 - Flexible exercise advice to Brits
Britons have been told they can be more flexible about how they take their exercise to meet fitness targets. More

05/07/2011 - Leisure link to embolism
Women who spend their leisure hours chilling out in a chair face a massively increased risk of developing pulmonary embolism, researchers warned today. More

01/07/2011 - How muscle supplement burns fat
A popular dietary supplement can help burn up fat during exercise, British researchers have reported. More

15/06/2011 - Asthma exercise bar challenged
People with asthma can reduce the severity of their symptoms with regular exercise, experts have told a major European conference. More

15/06/2011 - Stop box staring - heart campaigners
People should become "selective" about television watching as new evidence links it to heart disease, experts said today. More

09/06/2011 - Office workers get heart protection
British office workers have enjoyed a massive reduction in risk of heart disease in spite of putting on weight in the last 25 years, researchers report today. More

09/06/2011 - Fat threat to liver
Fat is a bigger threat to the liver than alcohol for the majority of men, according to two Swedish studies. More

02/06/2011 - Surgeons keep footballers playing
Modern treatment means that most footballers return to the sport successfully after breaking bones, Scottish surgeons reported yesterday. More

27/05/2011 - Sleepless children face weight problems
Young children risk becoming overweight by the age of seven if they do not get enough sleep, a study has claimed. More

13/05/2011 - Long-term harm from child inactivity claimed
Even apparently healthy children may be stoking up future problems for their hearts if they are physically inactive, researchers claimed last night. More

28/04/2011 - Frequent flier deficit
"Frequent fliers" may face massive health problems linked to obesity and high blood pressure, according to a new analysis. More

27/04/2011 - Plasma test for knee pain
A technique used to promote healing after surgery might provide relief for knee pain, doctors believe. More

06/04/2011 - Sprinting to health
Sprinting may be better than marathon running for health - certainly for teenagers, British researchers say today. More

05/04/2011 - Work-life imbalance warning
People who spend long hours at work seem to face an increased risk of developing heart disease, British researchers reported last night. More

30/03/2011 - Weight training 'safe' in pregnancy
Weight training is safe for pregnant women - allowing them to use it to maintain fitness, research has found. More

25/03/2011 - Pregnancy obesity challenge
Little is being done to help obese mothers-to-be, despite the dangers for both mother and the baby, it has been claimed. More

21/03/2011 - Allergy warning for runners
Marathon runners need to face up to the risks posed by having an allergy, researchers have warned. More

18/03/2011 - Western Europeans living longer
Life expectancy is rising in Europe, despite the rise in obesity, according to a new analysis. More

11/03/2011 - Waist 'not' key to obesity risk
The body shapes of obese people do not play a major part in their increased risk of illness, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

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