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24/11/2010 - Varied exercise routine benefits diabetics
Researchers have found that diabetics benefit from a combination of aerobic and resistance training. More

23/11/2010 - Vitamin clue to vegetable health
A little known vitamin found in many vegetables may play a key part in preventing illness, researchers reported last night. More

17/11/2010 - Belly aids heart repair
Fat from the belly can provide a treatment to help heart attack patients, researchers revealed yesterday. More

16/11/2010 - Pregnancy smoke crime link
Exposing unborn babies to cigarette smoke is known to pose a risk to the brain - and new findings suggest the offspring of heavy smokers may succumb to criminal behaviour. More

16/11/2010 - Drug boosts heartbeat treatment
People with irregular heart-beats may benefit from a new drug to help prevent them from stroke and blood clots, British researchers said last night. More

15/11/2010 - Europeans face sunshine vitamin stroke risk
White people face a massively increased risk of stroke when they have low levels of the sunshine vitamin D, a major heart conference will hear today. More

10/11/2010 - 'Hyper-networking' endangers teens
Parents may be grateful teenagers who spend their time on social networking sites are not hanging around street corners - but a new study claims this would be dangerously complacent. More

10/11/2010 - Allergy scares risk health - claim
Children who are avoiding certain foods because of a possible allergy may face a nutritional risk, experts have warned. More

08/11/2010 - Patient blood to be made from skin?
Blood can be made directly from human skin, scientists revealed last night. More

05/11/2010 - Vitamin E linked to stroke
Researchers have issued a warning about vitamin E after finding it linked to a kind of stroke. More

02/11/2010 - Fitness may beat viruses
People who keep fit may be better equipped than others to stave off the common cold, researchers say today. More

02/11/2010 - Fish oils could prevent gum disease
Fish oils and other polyunsaturated fatty acids could hold the key to the treatment and prevention of gum disease, researchers say. More

01/11/2010 - Peanut pregnancy link reopened
New findings today reopen claims that peanut allergy may be triggered when a pregnant woman consumes the nuts. More

28/10/2010 - Human knife-edge revealed
Human beings live on a genetic knife-edge, living healthy lives in spite of carrying multiple genetic mutations, according to researchers involved in creating an "atlas" of DNA. More

26/10/2010 - Danger to babies from “slapped face syndrome”
Women who develop “slapped face syndrome” in the first trimester of pregnancy are at high risk of causing serious problems for their unborn babies, researchers have warned. More

26/10/2010 - Hope for bladder cancer patients
British cancer researchers hailed the findings of a major trial which has shown how to boost radiotherapy treatment for bladder cancer. More

19/10/2010 - Male teens "desensitised" by violence
Male teenagers who spend their time on violent video games and watching violent TV may develop aggressive traits, according to controversial findings published today. More

18/10/2010 - Yoga can alleviate symptoms of fibromyalgia
People with the painful condition fibromyalgia may experience relief if they do yoga, research has suggested. More

15/10/2010 - Advice to public over CPR must change
Members of the public who perform emergency CPR should carry out only chest compression rather than mouth-to-mouth, experts say today. More

15/10/2010 - Genetic clues to childhood obesity
Idleness, poor food and inactivity have been blamed for childhood obesity - but now researchers say that sometimes genes may be involved. More

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