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27/01/2009 - Banana boost for blood pressure
Eating bananas and other fruit high in potassium could play a key part in reducing blood pressure, researchers claimed today. More

19/01/2009 - Coffee in midlife may prevent future dementia
Drinking coffee may have a protective effect against dementia, researchers have reported. More

14/01/2009 - Spanish diet may offer healthy weight loss
A Spanish attempt to create a Mediterranean version of the Atkins' diet has passed its first hurdle, researchers have reported. More

12/01/2009 - Gene linked to childhood greed
Children are sometimes said to have "eyes bigger than their tummies" - and now scientists have found a gene that may explain the phenomenon. More

06/01/2009 - Detox products anger scientists
Scientists took a campaign against so-called detox treatments to the High Streets yesterday. More

06/01/2009 - Low carb diet for diabetes?
People with diabetes may benefit from eating a low carbohydrate diet, researchers claimed last night. More

05/01/2009 - Weight link to women's cancer
Women who are obese face a nearly doubled risk of developing cancer of the ovaries, reseachers warned today. More

31/12/2008 - Vitamin supplements fail new cancer test
Vitamin supplements may not offer any protection against cancer, according to a large study. More

24/12/2008 - Heart benefit of fish oil remains unclear
Fish oil is widely thought to boost the health of the heart - but a new study questions this. More

19/12/2008 - Sandwich woman gets pacemaker
Doctors today told how a young woman who kept fainting while eating sandwiches was cured with a heart pacemaker. More

18/12/2008 - Seasonal myths face challenge
Hats are not as helpful and sugar not as harmful as often believed, according to a survey of seasonal "medical myths", published today. More

17/12/2008 - Plea for obesity drugs
The NHS should be willing to spend money on obesity drugs - and help avoid surgery for the worst affected people, an expert will say today. More

16/12/2008 - Temptation genes found
Six new genes for obesity may be linked to "temptation", British experts have said. More

12/12/2008 - Peanut pregnancy advice may change
Two days after experts warned of "peanut hysteria", a British agency has changed its advice on avoiding peanuts during pregnancy. More

09/12/2008 - Vitamin that helps diabetes patients
A vitamin treatment may help prevent patients with diabetes developing kidney disease, researchers have reported. More

08/12/2008 - New gene links to obesity
People who have trouble sleeping may face an in-built risk of developing diabetes, British researchers reported last night. More

05/12/2008 - How wine makes a meal healthy
Drinking wine with a meal may help reduce the impact of unhealthy fats, according to a major European study. More

04/12/2008 - Hope for food allergy treatment
A new treatment may be on the way for people with severe food allergies. More

02/12/2008 - Genes may block healthy diet
Good diet may be vital to health - but it may not work for everyone, according to a major European study. More

14/11/2008 - Children still not getting their five a day
New figures show that many children in the UK are still not managing to eat five pieces of fruit and veg a day. More

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