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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

07/04/2016 - Fresh fruit's impact on heart health
People who eat fresh fruit daily may enjoy a huge benefit for cardiovascular health, according to a major study published yesterday. More

07/04/2016 - Expert warns of obesity crisis
A "tipping point" has been reached beyond which technological advances may no longer compensate for the negative effect on lifespan of a poor diet, an expert has warned. More

06/04/2016 - Toddlers’ diets put them at obesity risk
UK toddlers are at risk of obesity in later life because of their poor diet, research out today warns. More

05/04/2016 - Vitamin D3 enhances heart function
Taking daily vitamin D3 improves the heart health in people who have chronic heart failure, a study has revealed for the first time. More

01/04/2016 - Obesity a growing global problem
Obesity among men has more than tripled globally – and more than doubled among women – since 1975, researchers reveal today. More

30/03/2016 - Salt appetite uncovered
A gene that is linked to both an individual's craving for salt and blood pressure control has been identified by a team led by experts at the University of Southern Denmark. More

24/03/2016 - Increased vitamin C in diet linked to cataract reduction
Increasing consumption of fruit and vegetables rich in vitamin C could help to reduce the risk of cataracts by as much as one third, a study has revealed today (24 March, 2016). More

24/03/2016 - Fruit juices have too much sugar - study
Some fruit juices and smoothies contain nearly five teaspoons of free sugar, researchers warned today. More

23/03/2016 - Type 2 diabetes 'reversed' by diet
A study of a very low calorie diet has found it has the potential to reverse type 2 diabetes - but is challenging for patients. More

23/03/2016 - Salt down - but not enough
Britons have cut their salt consumption in the last decade - but not by enough, according to public health experts. More

18/03/2016 - Public needs more fibre - new guidelines
Five-a-day does not provide enough fibre, according to new guidelines published yesterday by Public Health England. More

09/03/2016 - No benefit from hypoallergenic formula milk
Formula milk intended to cut the risk of eczema and allergies is not effective, researchers say today. More

07/03/2016 - Six cups of coffee a day ‘ lowers MS risk’
Drinking six cups of coffee a day could reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis by nearly one third, thanks to the neuroprotective properties of caffeine, according to Swedish research. More

02/03/2016 - Limited support for maternal vitamin D
Pregnant women may help their babies by taking vitamin D supplements during the winter, researchers report today. More

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