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02/01/2013 - New Year alert for liver month
Campaigners are urging the public to make dramatic cuts in their alcohol consumption this year. More

24/12/2012 - New evidence of choc benefits
Dark chocolate rich in cocoa may have a powerful ability to prevent men from heart disease and other illnesses linked to blood clotting, according to Scottish researchers. More

24/12/2012 - Genes linked to gout
British researchers have made a major genetic breakthrough in the study of gout, it was announced last night. More

20/12/2012 - Family meals boost child health
Families that eat together - even occasionally - tend to ensure that children have a healthy diet, researchers report today. More

18/12/2012 - Celeb recipes "less nutritious" than ready meals
Popular TV chefs are serving up meals that are less nutritious than ready meals in supermarkets, it was claimed today. More

14/12/2012 - Blood pressure the world’s biggest risk to health
High blood pressure is the greatest risk to health across the globe, responsible for more than nine million deaths in 2010, according to figures published today. More

14/12/2012 - Holiday food shock warning
Allergy experts have issued a warning to party hosts and parents to take care about dangerous reactions over the holiday season. More

11/12/2012 - How coffee guards mouth
Coffee addicts may be enjoying protection from cancers of the mouth, researchers reported yesterday. More

07/12/2012 - Cut fat and shed pounds - study
Cutting fat out of the diet can work wonders for the figure - and health, researchers say today. More

05/12/2012 - Grape's chemical tonic under microscope
A university today celebrates advances in the study of red wine - as a medicine. More

05/12/2012 - Heart patient diet critical - researchers
Heart patients should modify their diet to help prevent recurrent heart attacks and stroke, according to a new analysis. More

04/12/2012 - Social media could combat childhood obesity
The medical profession should embrace social media as a tool to help children overcome obesity, it was claimed last night. More

27/11/2012 - Diet clue to melancholy
A diet high in cooked eggs and leafy vegetables might help some people to stave off melancholy moods, researchers say. More

23/11/2012 - Fruit study aims to find healing source
British university researchers are hoping to strip the healthy nutrients out of fruits so they can be used in new foods and medicines, it was announced yesterday. More

23/11/2012 - Salt gene found?
Large numbers of people carry a gene variant that puts them at risk of high blood pressure from too much salt, Scottish researchers have revealed. More

21/11/2012 - Tackle liver disease threat - chief medical officer
Britain needs to take action to tackle a rising problem of liver disease, the chief medical officer said today. More

20/11/2012 - Pregnancy sunshine may not protect babies
Pregnant women in northern countries need to get sunlight to protect themselves - but this may not help their babies, researchers reported last night. More

19/11/2012 - Warning on pregnancy vitamin
Vitamin C deficiency may be a major cause of brain damage to new babies, researchers have warned. More

09/11/2012 - Healthy eating drive success "small but measurable"
Several British initiatives to encourage healthy eating have achieved measurable success, according to the findings of a major European research project. More

08/11/2012 - Black tea link to diabetes prevention
People who drink black tea may be less likely than others to develop diabetes, researchers claimed today. More

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