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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

06/11/2012 - Cholesterol injections, tomatoes and probiotics for heart
Injecting “good” cholesterol after suffering a heart attack could lower the risk of subsequent attacks, a conference has heard. More

31/10/2012 - Oily fish key to health benefits
The medical benefits of eating fish have been widely studied - and new research today says eating oil fish can cut the risk of stroke. More

31/10/2012 - ADHD link to smoking genetic?
Children with hyperactivity disorder often go on to become smokers - and now researchers think there is a genetic link underlying this. More

17/10/2012 - Little evidence that cranberries prevent cystitis
A thorough review of the evidence has found that drinking cranberry juice is unlikely to prevent bladder and kidney infections, experts say today. More

17/10/2012 - HIV vitamin benefits queried
New research has found no benefit of high-dose multivitamins for patients on HIV treatment. More

11/10/2012 - Gene linked to psychiatric illness and obesity
A missing part in the human genome may contribute to depression and obesity, researchers have revealed. More

09/10/2012 - Tomato may prevent stroke
People who eat large amounts of tomato may enjoy massive protection against stroke, researchers reported last night. More

03/10/2012 - Vitamin D no good for colds, study suggests
A new study has found no evidence that taking a vitamin D supplement can reduce the chance of catching a cold. More

28/09/2012 - Take care message for world heart day
Most people leave it too late to start taking care of their heart, campaigners have warned. More

26/09/2012 - New child obesity heart warning
New findings suggest that obesity in childhood can have far-reaching effects on future heart health. More

25/09/2012 - Fruit and vegetables reduce heart attack risk in women
A diet rich in fruit and vegetables can significantly reduce the risk of heart attack among women, a Swedish study has found. More

24/09/2012 - New migraine wine theory
People with migraine who want to drink wine may find the sweet kind helps spare them headaches, researchers have reported. More

20/09/2012 - Child food supplements have limited benefit for malnourished children
Energy dense food supplements can benefit malnourished children in some ways but they may not prevent acute malnutrition, researchers have warned. More

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