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02/12/2010 - Best body weight revealed
Experts say they have now established the best body weight - keeping the risk of death to a minimum for people with healthy lifestyles. More

26/11/2010 - Tubby children face teenage heart disease
Overweight children face an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, cholesterol and blood insulin levels by the time they reach adolescence, researchers warn today. More

24/11/2010 - Fatigue levels drop after retirement
Retirement reduces mental and physical fatigue and depression, according to the findings of a major European study published today. More

24/11/2010 - Varied exercise routine benefits diabetics
Researchers have found that diabetics benefit from a combination of aerobic and resistance training. More

17/11/2010 - How fitness boosts health
Dozens of physical and mental problems can be prevented by regular exercise, according to a major study of the benefits of fitness published yesterday. More

02/11/2010 - Fitness may beat viruses
People who keep fit may be better equipped than others to stave off the common cold, researchers say today. More

01/11/2010 - Computer workers face DVT risk
People who spend hours at a time sat at computer desks may face an increasing risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, researchers have warned. More

29/10/2010 - Scrap autumn clock change for health claim
Introducing a new timekeeping system that maximises the amount of daylight we have in the UK would vastly improve our health and well-being, an expert claimed today. More

27/10/2010 - Lifestyle plea to cut bowel cancer
Bowel cancer rates could be cut by a quarter by improving lifestyles, according to a major new analysis published today. More

22/10/2010 - Heart genes found
Genetic screening for heart disease is a long way off in spite of major new discoveries announced today, experts say. More

15/10/2010 - Genetic clues to childhood obesity
Idleness, poor food and inactivity have been blamed for childhood obesity - but now researchers say that sometimes genes may be involved. More

14/10/2010 - How walking boosts brainpower
People who walk at least six miles a week provide their brain with critical protection, researchers reported last night. More

12/10/2010 - Healthy living helps prevent breast cancer
Women with a family history of breast cancer may benefit from adopting a healthy lifestyle to stave off the disease, researchers say today. More

11/10/2010 - Pear-shape genes found
Scientists have found a series of genes which may decide whether someone piles fat onto their hips or waist, it was announced last night. More

01/10/2010 - Are compulsory ECGs for athletes necessary?
Athletes should undergo mandatory screening for “silent” heart problems before competing, it has been claimed. More

29/09/2010 - Cancer risk lowered if women exercise
Women who exercise and keep active are less likely to develop womb cancer than couch potatoes, researchers said today. More

28/09/2010 - How unhealthy lifestyle damages work
Workers with unhealthy lifestyles give reduced productivity - only partly because of high rates of sick leave, researchers warn today. More

21/09/2010 - Family plea to child obesity workers
Efforts to tackle childhood obesity by running programmes in schools will have limited benefits without backing from families, British experts have warned. More

16/09/2010 - How low spirits can harm heart
People with heart disease who suffer from depression face a massively increased risk of dying, British researchers warn today. More

13/09/2010 - Alarm as child fitness declines
The fitness levels of Britain's children caused fresh alarm today as a new study highlighted declining rates. More

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