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28/02/2013 - Fish oil may protect skin
Fish oil may give protection against skin cancer, British researchers say. More

26/02/2013 - Alarm over under-nourished children
Too many professionals who work with children have to go “above and beyond the call of duty” to ensure the youngsters in their charge have food, it has been claimed. More

21/02/2013 - Brits fail to slim
Hospitals continue to admit growing numbers of patients for treatment for obesity - while there is no sign of the UK population slimming, according to figures published yesterday. More

19/02/2013 - New pregnancy coffee warning
Chocolate and cola may be off the menu for pregnant women - as well as coffee - following the findings of Scandinavian research revealed today. More

13/02/2013 - Folic acid may prevent autism
Women are encouraged to take the vitamin folic acid in pregnancy - and a new study suggests it may help prevent autism. More

13/02/2013 - Calcium linked to heart death
A high calcium intake may be linked to women facing an increased risk of serious heart disease, researchers warned today. More

06/02/2013 - Using oil not fat not enough - experts
Switching from fats to cooking oils may not be enough to protect the heart, researchers warned today. More

06/02/2013 - Natural extracts halt Alzheimer's disease
Extracts of green tea and red wine may help slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease, new research indicates. More

31/01/2013 - Vegetarians enjoy heart protection
Vegetarians enjoy a massively reduced risk of developing heart disease compared with others, according to findings from a major European project reported last night. More

29/01/2013 - Fruit and veg that protect against devastating disease
Red, orange and yellow fruits and vegetables may help prevent the development of motor neurone disease, researchers reveal today. More

25/01/2013 - Pregnancy vitamin cleared of cancer link
Adding the vitamin folic acid to flour to protect pregnant women does not make any difference to cancer risk, British researchers said today. More

18/01/2013 - Viagra may burn fat
The use of Viagra may be giving men a second, unexpected, boost - around their waists, researchers say. More

16/01/2013 - Cut sugar, cut weight - a little
Telling people to cut consumption of sugar will help them lose small amounts of weight, researchers report today. More

15/01/2013 - Berries may protect female hearts
Women who eat lots of berries can help reduce their risk of suffering a heart attack, researchers reported last night. More

15/01/2013 - Fast food link to allergies
Fast food may be linked to rising rates of asthma and allergic diseases in the developed world, researchers report today. More

11/01/2013 - Hope from fat gene finding
A new "fat storage" gene may yield new ways of treating obesity and diabetes, Spanish researchers say. More

09/01/2013 - Depression link to diet fizz
Drinking low-sugar versions of fizzy drinks may aggravate depression, researchers reported today. More

09/01/2013 - Are antioxidants dangerous for late-stage cancer patients?
High levels of anti-oxidants, such as many vitamins, may aggravate late-stage cancer, a genetics pioneer says today. More

07/01/2013 - Ads will expose pizza fat
The British public is set to face a fresh round of graphic advertising about their lifestyle choices, it was announced today. More

03/01/2013 - Overweight or healthy weight?
Calling people "overweight" may give a false impression of the state of their health, researchers revealed yesterday. More

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