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11/11/2008 - Slim down Britain campaign launched
A nationwide campaign to boost healthy eating and reduce obesity was launched today by the British government amidst a host of newly disturbing facts and figures. More

10/11/2008 - Vitamins fail heart trial
The idea that vitamin supplements can prevent heart disease has failed to win support in a major study, a conference was being told today. More

07/11/2008 - Vitamins may not prevent cancer
New findings cast fresh doubt on claims that folic acid, vitamin B6, and vitamin B12 may play a role in cancer prevention. More

06/11/2008 - New drug approach to preventing diabetes
Researchers have found a way to manipulate the metabolism and possibly prevent obesity and diabetes. More

27/10/2008 - Volunteers will test purple tomatoes
British researchers promoting the benefits of a new "purple tomato" have promised to conduct proper medical trials involving volunteers. More

22/10/2008 - Gobbling puts on pounds
Gobbling down food may play a key role in helping to pile on the pounds for overweight people, researchers warned today. More

14/10/2008 - Caffeine and breast cancer
Drinking large amounts of tea or coffee does not appear to increase breast cancer risk, researchers reported today. More

14/10/2008 - Eyes need good diet
A poor diet and too much sunlight may place the eyes at risk, British researchers warned today. More

07/10/2008 - Red wine may benefit smokers
Moderate red wine consumption could help protect male smokers against lung cancer, researchers reported last night. More

07/10/2008 - Obesity drive goes local
The English health service spent more than four billion pounds last year dealing with the effects of the obesity epidemic, it was annnounced today. More

03/10/2008 - Early introduction of fish cuts eczema rate in infants
Infants who eat fish in the first nine months of life seem to be protected against developing the allergic skin disease, eczema, researchers have reported. More

15/09/2008 - Fish boost for babies
Eating fish during pregnancy boosts a child's mental power and physical strength, according to a new study. More

12/09/2008 - New backing for Mediterranean diet
Sticking to a Mediterranean diet may cut rates of major chronic diseases, researchers claim today. More

09/09/2008 - Children not shaping up to stats
Hopes that children are beginning to increase their exercise rates and may become slimmer may be misplaced, experts warned today. More

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