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30/03/2011 - Fish oils could protect against obesity health risks
Omega-3 fatty acids found in fish oils appear to protect overweight Eskimos from diseases linked to overweight and obesity, researchers have reported. More

29/03/2011 - White coat problem for blood pressure patients
As many as a third of patients may suffer from "white coat syndrome" when they are undergoing treatment for high blood pressure, according to a new analysis. More

15/03/2011 - Men resist doctor visits - survey
Only two-thirds of men would seek out a doctor if they developed chest pain, according to a new survey highlighting the reluctance of the male gender to seek medical care. More

11/03/2011 - Waist 'not' key to obesity risk
The body shapes of obese people do not play a major part in their increased risk of illness, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

11/03/2011 - Coffee cuts stroke risk in women, claim
Women who drink more than one cup of coffee a day have a lower risk of stroke than those who drink less, researchers have reported. More

09/03/2011 - Cholesterol drugs could act against infections
Cutting cholesterol levels could help protect against infections, British researchers report today. More

08/03/2011 - 100 years on - much to do for women
A hundred years of campaigning to improve women's health has left many challenges, experts said today. More

07/03/2011 - Heart genes multiply
Researchers named 17 new genes for heart disease last night - opening up dozens of new avenues into research on treatment and prevention. More

01/03/2011 - Fizzy drinks up pressure
People who drink sugary fizzy drinks tend to have raised levels of blood pressure, researchers warned last night. More

28/02/2011 - Female health boosted by degrees
A woman's health may benefit from completing education to degree level, researchers said last night. More

24/02/2011 - Air pollution a major heart attack trigger
Air pollution may be as dangerous to the heart as shovelling snow or drinking too much alcohol or coffee, researchers warned today. More

23/02/2011 - A little drink - for the heart
Research continues to back the idea that a little alcohol may be good for the heart, experts said today. More

22/02/2011 - Blood pressure reading shake-up
Doctors should no longer diagnosis patients with high blood pressure from a single reading, according to British guidelines published today. More

21/02/2011 - Device offers blood pressure "revolution"
A revolutionary blood pressure measuring device is unveiled today by British scientists. More

17/02/2011 - Therapy boosts blood pressure medication
People with high blood pressure can benefit from a new form of therapy aimed at helping them take their drugs regularly, researchers say today. More

15/02/2011 - Obesity a killer
Obesity is a killer in its own right - regardless of whether it causes other problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes, researchers claimed today. More

15/02/2011 - Pedals may boost office fitness
Offices could install portable pedal machines to help workers counteract the risks linked to spending hours sitting at a desk, experts said today. More

10/02/2011 - Caution on remote heart monitors
People with heart failure could be monitored at home by means of a device implanted in their bodies. More

09/02/2011 - Expert voices concern over 'polypill hype'
The world is facing "polypillomania" as companies rush to develop a single pill to prevent heart disease, an expert warned today. More

04/02/2011 - Obesity doubled in 30 years
Obesity has almost doubled worldwide since 1980, but blood pressure and cholesterol levels have improved in many high-income countries, experts say today. More

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