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04/06/2010 - Call for midwife training on obesity
Pregnant women who are overweight need the same kind of support as has been used to persuade smokers give up, experts warned yesterday. More

26/05/2010 - Activity may not be key to obesity - claim
Getting overweight people to be physically active will not be enough to improve their health, experts claimed today. More

21/05/2010 - Centre spread damages brain
People who get middle-aged spread place their brains at risk, researchers warned yesterday. More

12/05/2010 - Heart risk from working overtime
Working overtime may be bad for the heart, researchers warn today. More

11/05/2010 - Swimming babies lead in life
Babies who are taught to swim grow up with improved balance and catching ability, researchers say. More

27/04/2010 - Risks of unhealthy lifestyle
Being "unhealthy" in almost every way possible cuts your life by 12 years and trebles your risk of dying from heart disease or cancer, researchers reported last night. More

23/04/2010 - Obesity challenge for midwives
Midwives need to work with obese mothers to help them deal with the risks linked to their pregnancy, professionals said yesterday. More

21/04/2010 - "Active" children held back
Children have a natural urge to be active - but their environment may hold them back, researchers said today. More

20/04/2010 - Warning on "spare tyres"
People do not realise how dangerous the "spare tyre" that sits around the waist is, campaigners claimed today. More

16/04/2010 - Fattism can be fought - experts
People training to be doctors and nurses are prejudiced - against fat people, researchers claimed today. More

14/04/2010 - Surgery helps would-be mums shed pounds
Weight loss surgery may help obese women avoid serious pregnancy complications, researchers report today. More

06/04/2010 - Cycle machines boost baby health
Women who are overweight or suffer from diabetes can help ensure their babies are a healthy weight by undertaking aerobic exercise, researchers reported yesterday. More

01/04/2010 - Healthy habits stave off dementia
Middle-aged people who live a healthy lifestyle are helping reduce their risk of developing dementia and Alzheimer's disease, researchers say today. More

30/03/2010 - Knee diagnosis prompts lifestyle efforts
People with knee problems who make rapid changes to their lifestyle can enjoy improvements, researchers reported last night. More

24/03/2010 - Exercise aids weight control in middle age
Women need to do an hour of moderate-intensity exercise per day to avoid gaining weight with age, researchers reported last night. More

16/03/2010 - Short-cut to fitness?
Getting fit may not be as time-consuming as some people fear, according to a new study. More

05/03/2010 - Are UK children getting slimmer?
The British government should not be claiming success in the fight against childhood obesity, campaigners said yesterday. More

04/03/2010 - 40 somethings urged to act on health concerns
British adults are "talk and no action" when it comes to getting healthy, ministers claimed yesterday as they set out to persuade the middle-aged to do more. More

03/03/2010 - Football clubs not all ready for emergencies
European football stadiums are places of excitement and drama - yet they are ill-equipped to deal with heart attacks, researchers claimed today. More

25/02/2010 - School exercise can boost kids' fitness
Structured physical activity programmes in school can improve fitness and reduce body fat in children, researchers said yesterday. More

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