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25/09/2014 - Fruit and veg link to mental health?
People who eat large amounts of fruit and vegetables tend to be mentally healthier than others, according to a new study. More

23/09/2014 - Ban sports supplement sponsorship call
Sporting organisations are giving "unwarranted credibility" to energy drinks and supplements by allowing them to sponsor events and teams, it was claimed today. More

23/09/2014 - Apps and olive oil for weight control
Everyone should be encouraged to keep active and eat a healthy diet - not just the overweight, according to new UK guidelines issued today. More

22/09/2014 - Roasting may trigger peanut allergy
Dry-roasted peanuts may be tastier than normal peanuts - but they are also more likely to trigger the development of serious allergies, researchers revealed today. More

18/09/2014 - Berry to boost cancer care?
A berry found in North America could improve the effectiveness of cancer treatments, British researchers reveal today. More

17/09/2014 - One in 500 have low-fat gene
Some people have a rare gene that "dramatically" cuts the level of fats in the blood, researchers reported last night. More

16/09/2014 - High fat dairy may prevent diabetes
People who eat and drink high fat dairy products may be protecting themselves against diabetes, researchers have revealed. More

12/09/2014 - ‘Fat shaming’ part of obesity problem
“Fat Shaming” – discriminating against people who are overweight or obese – has been shown to be “part of the obesity problem and not the solution”, according to experts. More

02/09/2014 - An apple a day...
Simply eating one item of fruit a day may be responsible for cutting the risk of heart disease and stroke by 40%, researchers reported yesterday. More

01/09/2014 - Tea best for heart?
Tea may be one of the best drinks to prevent heart disease - while energy drinks should be avoided, according to new findings. More

29/08/2014 - Salt link to MS?
Excessive consumption of salt is known to be linked to high blood pressure - but it may also aggravate problems for people with multiple sclerosis, doctors warn today. More

28/08/2014 - How tomato protects men - new evidence
Men who consume large amounts of tomato and tomato products seem to enjoy a massively reduced risk of developing prostate cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

21/08/2014 - Obese 30 somethings face high dementia risk
Obesity may be a cause of dementia - but people who are obese in their 30s face the biggest risk, researchers warn today. More

14/08/2014 - Weight link to cancer
More than 12,000 cases of cancer in the UK every year are the result of people being overweight or obese, according to an analysis published today. More

07/08/2014 - Elderly need sunshine vitamin - study
Elderly people may benefit from a diet rich in the sunshine vitamin, D, researchers said last night. More

07/08/2014 - Dieters face depression
Losing weight when you are overweight should be a cause for celebration - but often it leaves people depressed, researchers warned last night. More

07/08/2014 - Cheese saltier than sea-water
Some cheeses sold in British supermarkets contain more salt than sea-water, researchers allege today. More

06/08/2014 - Fat type affects diabetes risk
Saturated fats have been cast as dietary villains - but a study published today suggests some kinds may be healthier than others. More

05/08/2014 - Apps that boost healthy eating
Crowd-sourcing apps on mobile phones could help encourage healthy eating, researchers say today. More

01/08/2014 - Tape measure plea to beat diabetes
The British public has been advised to take a tape measure to their waistlines - amidst warnings of a link to diabetes. More

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