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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

14/10/2010 - How walking boosts brainpower
People who walk at least six miles a week provide their brain with critical protection, researchers reported last night. More

14/10/2010 - Vaccine hope amid TB crisis
Scientists are hoping to develop a "super vaccine" against tuberculosis, it was announced last night. More

13/10/2010 - Pregnancy calcium supplementation protects child teeth
Giving pregnant women calcium supplements can protect against their infants developing dental decay, researchers claimed yesterday. More

12/10/2010 - Healthy living helps prevent breast cancer
Women with a family history of breast cancer may benefit from adopting a healthy lifestyle to stave off the disease, researchers say today. More

08/10/2010 - Cannabis ban “not working” - claim
Efforts to suppress the sale of cannabis in the USA have had little effect, it has been claimed. More

08/10/2010 - Soothing herbs identified
Some herbal supplements can help treat anxiety disorders, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

06/10/2010 - Noisy work heart disease risk
Noisy workplaces can more than double the risk of serious heart disease – and young male smokers are in particular danger of becoming ill, researchers warned today. More

05/10/2010 - Food allergy asthma link
People with food allergies are likely to be young, male and black - and suffer from asthma, according to a major study of the problem. More

30/09/2010 - Dogs best for allergy children?
Cats and dogs have different effects on children who are allergic to them - and dogs seem to be healthier, researchers report today. More

29/09/2010 - Cancer risk lowered if women exercise
Women who exercise and keep active are less likely to develop womb cancer than couch potatoes, researchers said today. More

29/09/2010 - Pine-bark extract does not lower blood pressure
Pine-bark extract has no effect in lowering blood pressure or reducing heart disease risk factors, researchers have concluded. More

23/09/2010 - Spray could block cough infections
Cough and flu sufferers may one day get a spray drug to prevent them passing their viruses to others, researchers have revealed. More

21/09/2010 - Flu vaccine protects heart
Preventing flu by vaccination helps prevent middle-aged and elderly people suffering heart attacks, researchers reported last night. More

15/09/2010 - How dental work helps baby
Pregnant women and their babies may benefit from the care of a dentist, researchers revealed today. More

14/09/2010 - The joy of spring - in the lab
The spring is known as a time for reproduction - and this applies even in the laboratory, researchers reveal today. More

14/09/2010 - The mineral that could defeat high blood pressure
Increased efforts should be made to encourage people with high blood pressure to use "healthy" salt, researchers said last night. More

08/09/2010 - Limited cancer risk from radiation in pregnancy
Researchers are investigating the possible childhood cancer risk from foetal exposure to radiation. More

08/09/2010 - HRT ghost stories
"Ghost-writers" were used to promote the benefits of now discredited hormone replacement therapies, according to a major analysis published last night. More

07/09/2010 - Magic mushroom may help dying
A magic mushroom potion could become a treatment to help people dying from cancer, psychiatrists have reported. More

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