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21/07/2016 - Omega 3 benefit for bowel cancer patients?
Bowel cancer patients who consume omega 3 fats from fish may help reduce the risk of mortality from their disease, new research suggests. More

14/07/2016 - Researchers quantify obesity loss of life
Being overweight shortens life expectancy by about a year, according to a major international study published today. More

05/07/2016 - Junk food means a ‘better time’ - children
Children associate junk food with having a better time – and advertising influences them in what they want to eat, a new report out today shows. More

24/06/2016 - Office cake culture main source of adult sugar - professor
Workplaces suffer from a "cake culture" which is the main source of sugar for many adults, a senior member of the Royal College of Surgeons claimed last night. More

20/06/2016 - Warning on obesity rates
Growing rates of obesity in the UK could contribute to more than seven million cases of disease over the next two decades, campaigners claim today. More

16/06/2016 - Coffee safe, hot drinks maybe not - experts
Excessively hot drinks rather than coffee are responsible for high rates of oesophageal cancer in some parts of the world, experts said yesterday. More

15/06/2016 - Wholegrains appear to boost health
Consuming wholegrains, but not refined grains, rice or other grains, may have a beneficial effect on health, according to a major population study published today. More

09/06/2016 - Risks of weight gain between babies
Gaining weight between pregnancies may increase the risk of neonatal complications, according to Swedish researchers. More

07/06/2016 - Olive oil key to healthy diet?
People eating the so-called Mediterranean diet may be protected against weight gain - however much they eat, researchers say today. More

03/06/2016 - Weight management apps unproven
Virtually no smartphone weight management app has been developed by a certified health organisation or university, a European conference will be told. More

03/06/2016 - Obese people benefit from hip surgery
One in ten of those who receive artificial hips in Europe is obese – but the risk of complications increases with weight, a European conference has heard. More

26/05/2016 - Backing for action on junk food
Most people would agree with tougher government action to protect children from junk food, according to a survey published today. More

25/05/2016 - Euro-guidance for cardiovascular health
Laws and policies around food, physical activity and smoking are key to the prevention of cardiovascular disease, according to new European guidance. More

23/05/2016 - Row over "eat fat" advice
Anti-obesity campaigners stoked controversy today by calling for the nation to adopt low-carb diets to reduce weight. More

23/05/2016 - Western diet link to colorectal cancer
Diet could play a major role in colorectal cancer, leading geneticists will hear today (23 May, 2016). More

20/05/2016 - Europe facing obesity time-bomb
Obesity will have a “devastating” effect on healthcare costs and productivity across Europe, leading public health experts and scientists have warned. More

18/05/2016 - Blood pressure warning over potatoes
Treating potatoes as a healthy vegetable may increase hypertension risk, according to a US study published today. More

25/04/2016 - Mediterranean diet aids health - but doubts about Western eating
A diet rich in so-called Mediterranean foods is linked to a significant reduction in cardiovascular events - even if it is mixed with other "unhealthy" foods, researchers reported today. More

14/04/2016 - How coffee combats fatty liver disease
Coffee may help combat non-alcoholic fatty liver disease, a conference heard yesterday. More

13/04/2016 - Sunflower oil may not improve health
Cooking with some vegetable oils rather than saturated fats may not improve heart health, researchers claim today. More

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