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16/09/2009 - Exercise best for shoulder pain
Exercises can be more effective for patients with shoulder pain than shock-wave treatment, researchers report today. More

14/09/2009 - Will pester power beat smoking?
The new generation of children is strongly against smoking - and most wish their parents would give up, according to figures published today. More

10/09/2009 - Distressed mothers linked to child obesity
New research has found a link between psychological distress in mothers and obesity in their children. More

08/09/2009 - Test athlete hearts call
Young athletes should be routinely tested for heart abnormalities to prevent sudden death, researchers warned yesterday. More

04/09/2009 - Thigh size heart disease row
Experts have warned against putting faith in research findings today suggesting that big thighs protect against heart disease. More

03/09/2009 - Surge in child obesity drugs
Rising rates of child obesity have led to hundreds of children receiving drugs that should only be given to adults, experts warned today. More

31/08/2009 - Acupuncture boosts young women
Young women with an unpleasant disease that causes infertility can benefit from acupuncture and exercise, researchers have claimed. More

31/08/2009 - Aspirin, coffee and exercise - which benefits heart?
The role of aspirin, coffee and exercise in heart disease were all under discussion at a conference of European experts yesterday. More

20/08/2009 - Modern lifestyles linked to liver cancer
Modern lifestyles - with too much alcohol and obesity - have contributed to a massive increase in the number of cases of liver cancer in Britain, it was reported today. More

12/08/2009 - Exercise and diet may prevent Alzheimer's
Elderly people who keep physically active and eat a so-called Mediterranean diet may be helping themselves to stave off Alzheimer's disease, researchers claimed last night. More

07/08/2009 - Angina risks increased for men
The chronic chest pain of angina is more likely to be associated with heart attack and death for men than for women, researchers report today. More

06/08/2009 - Benefits of exercise for leukaemia patients
Exercise can improve fatigue and depression among leukaemia patients, new research suggests. More

04/08/2009 - Britons miss cancer weight link
The vast majority of Britons are ignorant of the link between cancer and weight, campaigners warned today. More

29/07/2009 - Super-fit cut cancer risk
Men who keep themselves super-fit can halve their risk of developing cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

10/07/2009 - Home-based training can prevent ankle sprain
Taking part in a special training programme can help prevent recurrent ankle sprain, new research has found. More

09/06/2009 - Low-carb vegetarianism cuts cholesterol
A near vegetarian diet, low in carbs, may be the best way to reduce weight and improve heart health, researchers claimed last night. More

28/05/2009 - Alternative therapies for back pain - official
Acupuncture, chiropractic and osteopathy all gained official approval in Britain yesterday as treatments for back pain. More

21/05/2009 - Countryside bite that's dangerous
People enjoying the British countryside have been warned to beware of tick bites - as growing numbers are causing major complications. More

14/05/2009 - Active commuting cuts heart attack risk
New research suggests that people who drive to work have a greater heart attack risk than those who walk or cycle. More

08/04/2009 - Fat near the heart raises disease risk
People with fat accumulated around their heart face a raised risk of disease, new research shows. More

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