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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

20/09/2012 - Body fat location linked to diabetes risk
Fat around the abdomen is a key factor in increasing diabetes risk, experts warn today. More

18/09/2012 - Industrial fat target for Euro-heart campaign
Levels of a dangerous industrially produced fat in European foods are falling - but are still too high, researchers warned today. More

17/09/2012 - Kidney stone epidemic warning
Europe is facing a surge in kidney stone problems, urologists warned today. More

12/09/2012 - Obesity in the genes?
Obesity may largely be in the genes, an expert claims today. More

07/09/2012 - Red wine best without alcohol?
It may be the red in red wine and not the alcohol that is good for the circulation, researchers reported yesterday. More

05/09/2012 - Fitness fatness links queried
Many people who are obese have no greater risk of heart disease or cancer than people of normal weight, researchers said today. More

05/09/2012 - Weight-loss beliefs jeopardise anti-obesity drugs
Psychological problems may prevent weight-loss drugs from being effective, researchers have warned. More

30/08/2012 - Chocolate protects against stroke - research
Eating chocolate of all kinds may help men to reduce the risk of having a stroke, Swedish researchers reported last night. More

28/08/2012 - Crash diets work - study
Crash diets or fasts have long-term benefits, Scottish researchers said yesterday. More

21/08/2012 - How obesity causes mental decline
Obesity and high blood pressure may contribute to a steady loss of mental skills, researchers warned last night. More

20/08/2012 - Sunshine for babies plan
Scottish women may need encouragement to seek out sunshine during pregnancy, experts say. More

15/08/2012 - New cocoa link to blood pressure reduction
Eating dark chocolate and cocoa may reduce blood pressure, researchers say today. More

14/08/2012 - Cocoa could help brain function
Naturally occurring compounds in cocoa could help to improve brain function, a study out yesterday has claimed. More

13/08/2012 - Gene key to iron cancer link
A genetic study casts new light on how red meat and other iron rich foods may cause bowel cancer. More

08/08/2012 - Grapefruit juice could boost cancer drug
The effectiveness of a transplant drug with potential anti-cancer properties is dramatically increased if taken alongside grapefruit juice, researchers say. More

02/08/2012 - Drinking coffee could alleviate some Parkinsonís disease symptoms
Drinking up to four cups of coffee a day could help to improve some Parkinsonís disease symptoms, research published yesterday revealed. 1 comments More

26/07/2012 - Teens shun greens
British teenagers are falling well short of targets for healthy eating - shunning fruit and vegetables, according to shock figures published yesterday. More

24/07/2012 - How child obesity triggers early heart risk
Almost two-thirds of severely obese children under the age of 12 display symptoms of at least one risk factor for heart disease, researchers warned today. More

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