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15/04/2014 - Brits shunning salt and saving hearts
The British have dramatically cut their consumption of salt this century - and this has helped save thousands from stroke and heart disease, researchers say today. More

08/04/2014 - Eating pulses lowers unhealthy cholesterol
Eating extra pulses can significantly reduce unhealthy forms of cholesterol and lower the risk of heart disease, researchers say. More

07/04/2014 - No benefit of probiotics on colic
Infants with colic may not benefit from so-called probiotics - yoghurt type foods aimed at replenishing gut bacteria, according to a new study. More

02/04/2014 - Vitamin D benefits still unclear
A major review on the health benefits of the sunshine vitamin, D, has found no clear positive effects, researchers say today. More

01/04/2014 - Seven fruit and vegs give most benefit
People should eat seven or more portions of fruit and vegetables daily to gain the greatest protection against heart disease and cancer, researchers say today. More

28/03/2014 - Organic food does not prevent cancer
Eating organic food may feel healthy - but it does not cut the risk of developing cancer, according to the findings of a major study today. More

28/03/2014 - Overweight the new 'normal'
Being overweight is becoming the new "normal," according to England's chief medical officer. More

27/03/2014 - DNA test to spot children at weight risk
A simple DNA test could be used to predict which five-year-old children will put on weight, researchers have revealed. More

26/03/2014 - Eating 'little and often' not helpful
Eating small, frequent meals is not a very effective method for weight loss, researchers say today. More

19/03/2014 - Genes affect fried food risk
Genes may play a role in determining whether fried food makes someone fat, researchers reveal today. More

18/03/2014 - Fats and oils in diet not so different - study
The effects of different kinds of fats and food oils on health may have been exaggerated, researchers warned last night. More

17/03/2014 - Pregnancy obesity warning on screening
Growing rates of obesity among pregnant women may hamper efforts to use ultra-sound to monitor the health of babies, researchers have warned. More

14/03/2014 - Takeaway proximity could ‘double obesity risk’
People who are exposed to takeaway food outlets are at almost double the risk of obesity than those who are not, researchers warn today. More

13/03/2014 - Water and grapefruit for kidney day
Today is World Kidney Day and campaigners are urging the world to start it with a glass of water. The day has been launched to highlight the growing threat of kidney disease, which affects up t More

12/03/2014 - Meat and fish plan for brain health
The brains of elderly men may benefit from diets rich in meat or fish, researchers say today. More

10/03/2014 - Fish oil boost for child sleep
Children sleep significantly better if they are given supplements of fish oil, British researchers have revealed. More

06/03/2014 - Halve sugar consumption - WHO
Governments should consider trying to halve public consumption of sugars, according to global guidelines published yesterday. More

06/03/2014 - Saturated fat defended
An American doctor sparked outrage today by calling for health advisers to stop condemning saturated fat as "unhealthy". More

05/03/2014 - Diet link to pregnancy health
Pregnant women who eat a healthy diet help to cut their risk of going into premature labour, researchers reveal today. More

28/02/2014 - Diet could slow motor neurone disease
A high-carbohydrate, high-calorie diet could delay the progression of motor neurone disease, according to a pilot study published today (28 February 2014). More

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