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19/03/2009 - Gain weight, lose years
Extra body weight shortens your life span, according to a new study of 900,000 adults. More

13/03/2009 - Heart disease prevention must improve - Euro-experts
Guidelines on heart disease prevention are failing to make a big difference to patient lifestyles, experts warned today. More

06/03/2009 - Middle-aged fitness worth the effort
Middle-aged men who step up their exercise rates can reap dividends in later life, researchers reported today. More

12/02/2009 - Physical activity helps prevent cancer
People who are physically active enjoy a substantially reduced risk of developing an unpleasant form of cancer, researchers reported today. More

24/12/2008 - Sports last a life-time
Rugby, tennis and athletics may all play a key role in ensuring girl teenagers have healthy bones, researchers report today. More

16/12/2008 - Temptation genes found
Six new genes for obesity may be linked to "temptation", British experts have said. More

11/12/2008 - How a warm-up can prevent sports injuries
A specially-designed warm-up programme can cut sports injuries dramatically, say researchers. More

31/10/2008 - Vigorous exercise may cut breast cancer risk
New findings add to the evidence that exercise may help prevent cancer. More

02/10/2008 - How music boosts fitness
Portable music players could revolutionise fitness levels by helping boost endurance and satisfaction from exercise, British researchers reported yesterday. More

23/09/2008 - Work out helps pregnant quitters
One of the best ways to help pregnant women give up smoking may be to encourage them to take exercise, according to a new study. More

17/09/2008 - New link between healthy lifestyle and death risk
Researchers have found that keeping to a healthy lifestyle is strongly linked to a reduced risk of death. More

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