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09/03/2018 - How binge-watching puts men at risk
Men who binge-watch television face a significantly increased risk of developing colorectal cancer, according to the findings of a major UK analysis published today. More

13/02/2018 - Could cold water plunge provide pain relief?
Plunging into cold water could offer an alternative to strong painkillers and physiotherapy following surgery, it is suggested today. More

15/01/2018 - Drug-resistant bacteria risk for surfers
Surfers and others who spend hours in the sea risk significant exposure to antibiotic resistant E.coli, a medical school in Devon, UK, has found. More

11/01/2018 - Risky fat linked to sedentary time
New links have been found between long periods of sedentary time and fat deposited specifically around internal organs. More

05/01/2018 - Resolutions may trigger risk-reducing behaviour change - study
Sticking to New Year resolutions to lead a healthier lifestyle helps individuals reduce the risk of developing cancer, according to Welsh researchers. More

22/12/2017 - Brain function improves when adults with dementia exercise
When older people with dementia increase their physical exercise, their brain function improves, a new study has found. More

13/12/2017 - Nearby exercise facilities boost health
Simply living close to facilities for exercise has health benefits – by encouraging fitness, researchers report today. More

06/12/2017 - New traffic pollution health risk assessments
Poor air quality in urban areas is particularly damaging to young children and older adults, according to two reports published today. More

28/11/2017 - Obesity threat to cardiovascular health – especially in UK
The world’s wealthiest countries have successfully reduced deaths from cardiovascular disease and stroke – but this is under threat from rising rates of obesity, according to a major study published today. More

23/11/2017 - How physical activity in elderly helps heart health
Older people should undertake even moderate amounts of physical activity to benefit their heart health, new research has suggested. More

21/11/2017 - Doubts over shoulder decompression treatment
An increasingly popular form of shoulder surgery has minimal benefits, according to the findings of a British randomised trial published today. More

05/10/2017 - Obesity link to sepsis
Obesity is an important risk factor for sepsis, according to a Norwegian study. More

26/09/2017 - Ban tackles in school rugby - Pollock
Tackling and harmful contact should be banned from youth rugby to ensure participants’ safety, two academics claim today (26 September 2017). More

22/09/2017 - Activity deficit worldwide
Persuading everyone, worldwide, to ensure they undertake half an hour of activity daily could reduce rates of cardiovascular disease by nearly 5%, according to the findings of major global study published today. More

13/09/2017 - Diet and exercise improve asthma
A healthy diet and taking more exercise can benefit people with asthma, even if they are of a healthy weight, a European conference will hear today. More

12/09/2017 - Obesity cannot be “metabolically healthy”
The term “metabolically healthy obesity” should no longer be used because it misleads individuals into believing that obesity can be healthy, British researchers say today. More

04/09/2017 - Too many not young at heart, on-line test shows
A publicly backed on-line test of heart health has found thousands of people with a "heart age" ten years greater than their real age, according to figures published today. More

25/08/2017 - Drugs to make exercise healthier?
Drugs could be developed to enhance the health benefits of exercise, British researchers say. More

15/08/2017 - Fitness not a full antidote for obesity - study
People who are "fat but fit" still face an increased risk of developing coronary heart disease, British researchers say today. More

25/07/2017 - Community dog-walking could be a prescription
Community dog-walking schemes might provide the key to helping adults stay active, researchers in Norfolk, UK, say today. More

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