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17/03/2015 - Smoking gene link to weight loss
Heavy smokers may be successful in staying slim - but not in improving their health, according to a new genetic analysis. More

13/03/2015 - How healthy living may stave off dementia
A programme of healthy eating guidance, exercise, and brain training, can help stave off dementia, the results of a unique two-year trial have found. More

11/03/2015 - Fat converting drug for weight loss?
Scientists have discovered that a novel drug can change one type of bodily fat into another and might help trigger weight loss. More

06/03/2015 - How high-veg diet is good for heart
A near vegetarian diet can make a massive difference to the health of the heart, British researchers reported today. More

05/03/2015 - Cut down sugar - WHO
Sugar should not represent more than 10% of daily energy intake, according to global guidelines published yesterday. More

03/03/2015 - ‘Moderate’ coffee consumption reduces heart attack risk
Moderate daily coffee consumption could help to prevent coronary calcium, a build-up of which leads to heart attacks, according to a study published today. More

02/03/2015 - Weight loss surgery increases pregnancy complications
Women who have undergone weight-loss surgery and go on to become pregnant should be given extra care by their health services. More

27/02/2015 - Coffee could reduce MS risk
Drinking coffee could help to lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis, it was claimed last night. More

24/02/2015 - Peanut cure for peanut allergy
Children who consume peanut foods when they are weaned are unlikely to develop allergy to the nut, British researchers reported last night. More

19/02/2015 - Action call on obesity epidemic
The world has been slow to tackle a spreading epidemic of obesity, it was claimed today. More

17/02/2015 - Heart alarm fails to shake lifestyles
Only 50% of smokers who have heart attacks give up the habit after their illness, according to the disturbing findings of a European study published today. More

11/02/2015 - The best obesity op?
The gastric bypass is the best surgical procedure for people with extreme obesity, according to a new analysis. More

10/02/2015 - Row at saturated fat rehab bid
A row erupted today over claims that saturated fats may not be as bad for the heart as has been claimed. More

09/02/2015 - Drive to give up chocolate
Britain's chocoholics are being urged to give up for March as part of a drive to improve heart health. More

06/02/2015 - Child obesity link to cancer
Children who are overweight face an increased risk of developing oesophageal cancer in later life, researchers have warned. More

28/01/2015 - Sugary drinks link to early maturity for girls
Girls who drink a lot of sugary drinks are likely to start their periods early, researchers say today. More

27/01/2015 - Cholesterol problem for young adults
Failing to tackle high cholesterol levels in young adults may leave them with a legacy of heart problems, researchers warned last night. More

16/01/2015 - Inactivity worse than obesity in Europe
Europeans are suffering more from lack of fitness than from obesity, researchers claimed yesterday. More

05/01/2015 - Obese may avoid disease - study
People who are obese are not necessarily doomed to suffer problems such as diabetes, heart disease and stroke, according to new research. More

29/12/2014 - Lifestyle link to cancer highlighted
Healthy living could spare up to 120,000 people a year in the UK from developing cancer, according to a new analysis. More

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