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10/09/2013 - Baby foods too sweet
Baby foods in Britain are too sweet and promoted too early in the baby's life, an expert claims today. More

09/09/2013 - Chloride blood pressure puzzle
The chloride in salt may be important for health, according to a new study. More

05/09/2013 - Gene knowledge boosts weight loss - study
Genetic testing for obesity does not deter patients from trying to control their weight, according to a new study. More

05/09/2013 - Schoolchildren face dehydration - claim
Some children may have to last as long as 18 hours without a drink during school-days, it was claimed today. More

04/09/2013 - Heart risks of being underweight
Being underweight may put a woman with heart disease at increased risk, researchers have reported. More

03/09/2013 - Women's obesity opportunity window
Women who become obese after giving birth do not face any extra risk of heart attack until other health factors start to deteriorate, researchers reported yesterday. More

30/08/2013 - Fruits that prevent diabetes
Eating fruit but not drinking fruit juice helps to stave off diabetes, researchers report today. More

28/08/2013 - Broccoli hope for joints
Broccoli may hold the key to preventing a common form of arthritis, researchers revealed last night. More

19/08/2013 - Cholesterol threat to men
High cholesterol levels are a bigger problem for middle-aged men than for women, researchers warn today. More

16/08/2013 - Diets that protect against diabetes
Low-carb diets and the so-called Mediterranean diet can both help protect against developing type 2 diabetes, according to a new study. More

16/08/2013 - Coffee addiction linked to young death
Young coffee addicts may be endangering their health, researchers warned last night. More

14/08/2013 - Obese mothers raise heart risk
Children of obese mothers have a raised risk of early death, particularly from heart disease, reseachers report today. More

13/08/2013 - Fish may prevent arthritis
Eating fish may help protect against arthritis, researchers report today. More

08/08/2013 - Hot choc hope for elderly brains
Some elderly people may benefit mentally from drinking two cups of hot chocolate a day, researchers reported last night. More

08/08/2013 - Probiotics fail to counter antibiotics - study
Many benefits have been claimed for so-called "probiotic" yoghurts - but a new study says they are not effective at counteracting some of the side-effects of antibiotics. More

07/08/2013 - How low-cal diets lengthen life
Scientists are uncovering the secrets of using low-calorie diets to increase lifespan. More

05/08/2013 - Pregnancy diet link to alcoholism
Women who eat fatty and sugary foods during pregnancy may increase the risk of their children being vulnerable to alcohol or drug abuse, researchers have warned. More

05/08/2013 - Pills that donít help women conceive
Women who are struggling to become pregnant gain nothing by taking anti-oxidant vitamin pills, researchers warned today. More

02/08/2013 - New fish oil cancer hope
Fish oils could provide a treatment for some kinds of skin and mouth cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

31/07/2013 - Dismay as infant formula promotions continue
Only a handful of countries have taken action against the promotion of breast-milk substitutes to mothers, campaigners warned yesterday. More

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