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30/07/2013 - Call to tackle child heart risk
As many as one in six European children are at risk of heart disease because of obesity and lack of fitness, researchers warn today. More

23/07/2013 - Skipping breakfast bad for heart
Men who skip breakfast increase their risk of having a heart attack, researchers warned last night. More

19/07/2013 - Eczema’s ‘key role’ in infant allergies
Eczema may play a key role in why some infants develop food allergies, a new study has suggested. More

16/07/2013 - Hunger link to obesity gene
Some people are naturally hungrier than others - facing an increased risk of obesity from their hunger genes, researchers reported last night. More

09/07/2013 - Pet ponies not sold for meat
Children are unlikely to have been eating pet ponies in burgers contaminated with horsemeat, researchers say today. More

08/07/2013 - Sugar to boost cancer diagnosis
Cancer patients could be asked to down the equivalent of half a bar of chocolate during tests as part of a new scanning technique unveiled by British researchers last night. More

08/07/2013 - Euro-deal to tackle obesity
A European deal to step up the battle against obesity has been agreed, it has been announced. More

26/06/2013 - Vitamin D vital in pregnancy
A baby's vitamin D levels are largely set by its mother, researchers have found. More

24/06/2013 - Search for allergy causes in womb
Food allergies may be acquired before birth, a major conference has been told. More

21/06/2013 - Iron may aid pregnancy
Iron supplements during pregnancy may help women avoid giving birth to under-weight babies, researchers report today. More

20/06/2013 - Search for safe cancer prevention pills
A British researcher has talked about her mission to find safe substances that can be used to prevent cancer. More

18/06/2013 - New red meat link to diabetes
People who start eating increased amounts of red meat also increase their risk of developing diabetes, researchers warned last night. More

18/06/2013 - Mystery as cancer afflicts men
British men are contracting a cancer of the throat at a rate three times that suffered by women, it was revealed today. More

13/06/2013 - Fish capsules off menu for heart patients
Fish oil capsules could be off the menu for heart attack survivors, according to proposals issued today. More

11/06/2013 - Blood pressure vitamin D link
Low levels of the sunshine vitamin, D, can trigger high blood pressure, delegates will hear today at a European conference. More

06/06/2013 - Obesity damage may skip generations
Health problems caused by obesity may skip generations, researchers warned yesterday. More

06/06/2013 - Starvation and obesity twin challenges for the poor
The world's poorest countries are facing a dual health challenge of malnutrition and obesity among children, experts warned today. More

04/06/2013 - How lifestyle saves lives
Four healthy actions, including not smoking, make a massive difference to survival chances of people over the age of 45, researchers said last night. More

03/06/2013 - Anenome drug may curb obesity
A new compound has been identified that may form the basis of a drug to tackle obesity. More

21/05/2013 - Mediterranean diet ‘boosts ageing brain’
Elderly people can boost their brain power by following a Mediterranean diet with either added extra virgin olive oil or mixed nuts - rather than a low-fat diet, researchers say today. More

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