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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

23/09/2015 - Not all trans fats unsafe - study
Not all trans fats are dangerous to consume, it was claimed today. More

23/09/2015 - Coffee not linked to heart murmur
A new study has ruled out a link between drinking coffee and a raised risk of the heart beat disorder, atrial fibrillation. More

16/09/2015 - Quality barrier mars chocolate-Alzheimer's study
Cocoa extracts have potential to help with Alzheimer's disease prevention - but scientists are struggling to obtain consistent samples, researchers say. More

15/09/2015 - Parts of England healthiest in world
England may be healthier than most other wealthy countries, according to a major study published today. More

15/09/2015 - Pure olive oil ‘reduces breast cancer risk’
Women who eat the so-called Mediterranean diet supplemented with the purest forms of olive oil enjoy a reduced risk of developing breast cancer, a Spanish study has revealed. More

11/09/2015 - Europe needs fish to prevent depression - study
Europeans might improve their mental health by eating more fish, according to a new analysis today. More

11/09/2015 - Poor diet and blood pressure key global health risks
Unhealthy diets and high blood pressure are now the major causes of death globally, researchers say today. More

09/09/2015 - Body fat may prevent arthritis
Extra body fat may help men avoid rheumatoid arthritis, according to a Swedish study. More

04/09/2015 - Saturated fats link to organ inflammation
New findings show how people with very high levels of saturated fat in their blood could be susceptible to inflammation and tissue damage. More

03/09/2015 - Fizzy drinks linked to cardiac arrest
There appears to be a significant link between consumption of carbonated drinks and out-of-hospital cardiac arrests, according to a new study. More

27/08/2015 - Time for "high fat Mediterranean diet"
The standard low-fat, low-calorie advice routinely provided to diabetics, among other patient groups, is not effective at reducing illness or death, a cardiologist claimed today. More

18/08/2015 - Aspirin may protect obese against cancer
People who are overweight may cut their risk of cancer by taking regular aspirin, researchers said last night. More

12/08/2015 - Trans fats the real heart threat?
Natural saturated fats may not be a major threat to heart health, researchers say today. More

12/08/2015 - How gastric bypass burns energy
Patients who undergo gastric bypass gain an unexpected bonus from the procedure, according to a Swedish study. More

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