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23/12/2015 - Health boost from bariatric surgery
Weight-loss surgery in the UK is linked to significant and sustained weight loss and reduced heart risk, according to a study published last night. More

21/12/2015 - Fitness not a counterweight to obesity
Being fit is not an effective way to counteract obesity, according to a study which has taken nearly 30 years and reports its findings today. More

11/12/2015 - Alcohol link to Alzheimer's health
Patients with Alzheimer's may benefit from moderate consumption of alcohol, according to a new study. More

04/12/2015 - How food-borne diseases kill thousands
Some 125,000 children under the age of five die annually around the world from food-borne diseases, according to a report published yesterday. More

03/12/2015 - Post-pregnancy weight gain link to child risk
Women who put on weight after their first pregnancy face an increased risk of losing the second child, Swedish researchers report today. More

02/12/2015 - Pancreas fat crucial for type 2 diabetes
Dietary interventions for type 2 diabetes may help reverse the disease, say researchers from Newcastle University, UK, after a study of fat accumuulation in the pancreas. More

30/11/2015 - New backing for sugar taxes
A new alliance is launched today to help combat the epidemic of obesity in the UK. More

27/11/2015 - Obesity rates grow among 11-year-olds
The number of children who are obese when they leave primary school in England continues to increase, according to figures published yesterday. More

25/11/2015 - Folic acid policy failing to stop neural tube defects
Encouraging pregnant women to take folic acid has not led to a reduction in neural tube defects in Europe, researchers say today. More

17/11/2015 - Coffee link to reduced risk of premature mortality
Drinking three or four cups of coffee a day is linked to reduced risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease and neurological diseases, researchers claimed today. More

10/11/2015 - Mouth cancer incidence increases
Lifestyle changes may be contributing to growing rates of mouth cancer in the UK, experts warned today. More

05/11/2015 - Fish oil limited benefits for depression
Fish oil supplements have been said to be good for depression - but there is a lack of evidence to support these claims, according to an analysis published today. More

30/10/2015 - Low-fat not the best way to diet - study
Low-fat diets are not the best way to lose weight, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

27/10/2015 - Meat link to cancer claim - WHO
Processed meat, such as bacon, ham and sausage, is carcinogenic to humans while pure red meat is "probably" able to trigger cancer, World Health Organisation experts said yesterday. More

23/10/2015 - Metabolic syndrome "simplistic"
The idea of a metabolic syndrome that precedes diabetes may be unhelpful and "simplistic", British researchers say today following a major analysis of the evidence. More

23/10/2015 - UK should reduce sugar consumption - official report
The government should take action to reduce Britain's "excessive" consumption of sugar, its public health advisers said yesterday. More

22/10/2015 - Second glass increases breast cancer risk
A major European study has shown how drinking alcohol daily can increase women's risk of breast cancer. 1 comments More

19/10/2015 - Genetic project shows obesity genes
British researchers have pin-pointed new genes involved in schizophrenia and obesity in a major research project. More

15/10/2015 - Bariatric surgery may help obese women have children
Bariatric surgery can help obese women achieve successful pregnancy - but should only be a last resort, obstetricians say today. More

30/09/2015 - Calcium supplement benefit for bones challenged
Calcium is not effective for the prevention of fractures, either via diet or supplements, according to research published today. More

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