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11/06/2012 - Diabetes prevention call
Aggressive treatment of people on the path to developing diabetes can prevent it happening, researchers have warned. More

08/06/2012 - Premature baby rate falls in just three countries
The numbers of premature babies born is rising worldwide - and has fallen in only three countries over the past 20 years, researchers say today. More

31/05/2012 - Food link to gout
People with gout may need to steer clear of meat and sea-food, researchers warn today. More

28/05/2012 - Virtual partner boosts exercise
A virtual partner can help double the length of time people spend on exercise, researchers have found. More

28/05/2012 - Immune boost could fight Alzheimer's
The human immune system may have the ability to fight Alzheimer's disease, British researchers say. More

24/05/2012 - Caesarean link to obesity
Children born through caesarean section face a doubled risk of becoming obese, researchers warn today. More

22/05/2012 - HRT worthwhile at right age - experts
Hormone replacement therapy continues to benefit women when given at the right time, experts say today. 1 comments More

21/05/2012 - Sleep disease link to cancer
There may be a link between sleep disorder and cancer, researchers have reported. More

21/05/2012 - Glow hope for medicine
Scientists have taken a further step towards bringing tiny glowing crystals, known as quantum dots, into medicine, it has been revealed. More

18/05/2012 - Day-time abstention may help combat obesity
Regular eating times and fasting for a number of hours a day might prove to be beneficial to our health, a US study has claimed. More

11/05/2012 - Child deaths "preventable" worldwide
Preventable infectious diseases were responsible for almost two-thirds of deaths in children under five worldwide, according to figures published today. 1 comments More

10/05/2012 - Gene link to cannabis brain damage
Researchers in Ireland have found genetic mechanisms which mean teenage cannabis use can trigger the development of schizophrenia, it has been announced. More

09/05/2012 - Exercise may improve survival after breast and colon cancer
Cancer patients who keep fit may enjoy signficantly improved survival chances, researchers said yesterday. More

09/05/2012 - Intrauterine devices highly effective as emergency contraception
Intrauterine devices, or IUDs, are a safe and highly effective method of emergency contraception and should be routinely offered to patients, say researchers today. More

08/05/2012 - Purpose may protect brain
Simply having a strong "purpose in life" may help to stave off the effects Alzheimer's disease, researchers said last night. More

03/05/2012 - How diet may protect brain
Eating fish, nuts and related foods may protect parts of the brain linked to Alzheimer's disease and memory problems by influencing an important brain protein. More

02/05/2012 - Adolescents need support to stay healthy
Young people in Europe and North America face major health inequalities, according to a report published today. More

02/05/2012 - Action of red wine compound clarified
Researchers have found further health benefits of the plant compound resveratrol, found in red wine. More

27/04/2012 - Berries keep memory decline at bay
Eating plenty of strawberries and blueberries could delay memory decline in older women by two and a half years, researchers reported yesterday. More

23/04/2012 - New fizzy drink link to stroke
People who want to avoid stroke and stay healthy should consider switching from fizzy drinks to coffee, researchers say. More

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