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08/12/2009 - Waist-line clue to heart disease
Your waist-line may give a strong clue about your risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warned last night. More

04/12/2009 - Teenage fitness boosts success
Countries that fail to keep teenagers fit may be damaging their academic prospects, according to new findings. More

26/11/2009 - Fight climate change and boost health - doctors
Senior doctors weighed in behind claims that tackling climate change could improve health yesterday. More

26/11/2009 - Drinkers work out to burn off alcohol
British drinkers think they can burn off the effects of alcohol with exercise. More

24/11/2009 - Reality check on child fitness
British families are out of touch with reality when it comes to the fitness of children, campaigners claimed yesterday. More

24/11/2009 - Silent sufferers risk heart disease
Workers who feel they are being treated unfairly may need to speak out - if they are not to suffer the effects in ill-health, researchers claimed today. More

17/11/2009 - New video games may boost heart health
Video games - blamed for the unfitness of modern youth - may finally be redressing the balance, a major heart conference heard yesterday. More

13/11/2009 - Exercise "safe" for pregnant women
Pregnant women can safely undertake low-level exercise until their baby is born, researchers said last night. More

11/11/2009 - Walking speed linked to elderly survival
New evidence, reported today has underlined the importance of fitness in older age. More

10/11/2009 - Call for ban on alcohol sports sponsorship
Alcohol advertising and sponsorship should be banned from sporting events, senior doctors and campaigners said today. More

29/10/2009 - Ten-year trial shows how to prevent diabetes
People whose poor diets, unfitness and weight put them at risk of developing diabetes can be helped to stave the disease off for a decade with a choice of treatments, researchers reported last night. More

26/10/2009 - How aerobics boosts elderly hearts
A programme which got high-risk elderly people exercising vigorously successfully improved the health of their hearts, a conference has been told. More

21/10/2009 - Exercise that relieves knee pain
Patients with severe knee pain may benefit from supervised exercise therapy, researchers report today. More

16/10/2009 - Health boost from green spaces
People who live near green spaces, such as parks, gain a boost to their health, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/10/2009 - How the anxious and depressed pile on the pounds
People who are anxious and depressed face a hugely increased risk of becoming obese, researchers warned yesterday. More

01/10/2009 - Middle age weight affects women's future health
Women who put on weight in their middle age may be risking loss of health in later life, researchers warned yesterday. More

29/09/2009 - Child health - all in the playground?
Popular and dominant children really are set up to do well in life, researchers report today. More

28/09/2009 - Obesity blamed for cancers
Excess body weight may be the cause of a large number of cancer cases every year in Europe, new research suggests. More

24/09/2009 - Childbearing increases obesity risk
Women who have children face an increased risk of developing diseases linked to obesity and poor diet, researchers have warned. More

22/09/2009 - UK elders cancer risk ignorance
Young Britons know more about the risks of cancer than older people, according to a survey published yesterday. More

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