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02/09/2019 - Risk factors main cause of young coronary artery disease - conference
Only a minority of young patients with coronary artery disease are victims of genetics, according to analysis presented at a major conference. More

28/08/2019 - Urgent funding needed for safe water services
International organisations have come together to call for greater investment to deliver water and sanitation services in the world’s poorest countries. More

22/08/2019 - Omega-3 supplements do not prevent diabetes
Consumption of fish oils and other omega-3 fats has no impact in preventing the development of type 2 diabetes, according to an analysis published today. More

16/08/2019 - Genes and apps could limit health check invites
The NHS could seek to cut the cost of screening middle-aged adults by using apps and AI, it was announced today. More

15/08/2019 - Call for sugar-free schools
All schools should be sugar-free to prevent rising rates of serous tooth decay, surgeons say today. More

07/08/2019 - Hormone combination offers weight loss hope
A hormone treatment could be as effective as gastric bypass surgery in achieving weight loss, British researchers have reported. More

02/08/2019 - Dark chocolate 'may relieve depression'
Eating dark chocolate may relieve depressive symptoms, according to the first study of its kind that examines the association with depression according to the type of chocolate consumed. More

19/07/2019 - Salt regulation changes linked to disease rise
The end of government regulations on salt content in food is linked to thousands of extra cardiovascular disease and stomach cancer cases in England, it was claimed today. More

15/07/2019 - Healthy lifestyle could reduce genetic risk of dementia
Living a healthy lifestyle could reduce a person’s genetic risk of dementia by almost one third, the first study of its kind has revealed. More

03/07/2019 - Cancer risk from obesity rising
The cancer risk from obesity is growing every year and is overtaking other major risk factors, such as smoking, according to Cancer Research UK. More

19/06/2019 - Yoghurt may help prevent bowel cancer
Men who eat yoghurt at least twice a week appear to have a reduced risk of developing adenomas in the bowel, researchers report today. More

23/05/2019 - Red wine compound investigated for hypertension care
A compound produced by fruits in response to injury or attack could hold the key for to new treatments for hypertension, researchers report today. More

15/05/2019 - Dementia prevention guidance released
New global guidelines set out how the public can reduce the risk of cognitive decline and dementia. More

03/05/2019 - A million have untreated hypertension before 45
More than a million people under the age of 45 have untreated hypertension, according to an analysis published today. More

29/04/2019 - Glasgow hears about world obesity challenge
Health care agencies overwhelmingly underestimate efforts made by the obese to lose weight, according to a new international study. More

26/04/2019 - Doubts over peanut immunotherapy
So-called immunotherapy has often been hailed as a cure for peanut allergy – but international studies show it does in fact increase rates of anaphylaxis and allergic reactions, according to a new analysis. More

23/04/2019 - New genetic variants linked to obesity
Scientists working on weight-loss therapies have been investigating receptors on cell surfaces called G protein-coupled receptors. More

16/04/2019 - Statins failing half of patients – but do they take them?
Half of patients prescribed statins do not achieve the necessary “healthy” cholesterol levels after two years of treatment, according to a new observational study. More

27/03/2019 - Risk from promotional food offers
People who take advantage of supermarket special offers on food face increased risk of obesity, researchers warn today. More

18/03/2019 - Coffee compounds could inhibit prostate cancer - lab study
Compounds found in coffee could inhibit prostate cancer, a European conference is to hear today. More

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