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08/05/2012 - Coffee may combat diabetes
People with diabetes may help prevent themselves from mental degeneration by drinking caffeine, researchers suggested yesterday. More

07/05/2012 - Cancer patients to test curry spice
Patients in Leicester, UK, are set to be the first to test the potential of curry spices to treat cancer. More

04/05/2012 - Jogging can extend life, claims study
Joggers live for longer, Danish research has concluded. More

03/05/2012 - How diet may protect brain
Eating fish, nuts and related foods may protect parts of the brain linked to Alzheimer's disease and memory problems by influencing an important brain protein. More

02/05/2012 - Action of red wine compound clarified
Researchers have found further health benefits of the plant compound resveratrol, found in red wine. More

27/04/2012 - Berries keep memory decline at bay
Eating plenty of strawberries and blueberries could delay memory decline in older women by two and a half years, researchers reported yesterday. More

24/04/2012 - Hay fever fruit and nut warning
People with hay fever should check if they suffer reactions to any fruits, vegetables or nuts, experts warned yesterday. More

23/04/2012 - New fizzy drink link to stroke
People who want to avoid stroke and stay healthy should consider switching from fizzy drinks to coffee, researchers say. More

20/04/2012 - Healthy foods that protect against heart disease and stroke
Increasing fibre intake and eating low-fat dairy foods could help to protect against heart disease and stroke, two new reports from Sweden have shown. More

17/04/2012 - MS patients get "no benefit" from fish oil
A study of supplements for multiple sclerosis has found no beneficial effect from fish oils - omega-3 fatty acids, researchers report today. More

06/04/2012 - Womb cancer surge warning
Growing rates of obesity may have triggered in increase in cases of a women's cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/04/2012 - Fruits that protect the brain
Berries, tea and red wine seem to help protect men from developing Parkinson's disease, British researchers revealed last night. More

02/04/2012 - Fast food link to depression
Eating fast food significantly increases the risk of becoming depressed, researchers have claimed. More

30/03/2012 - Scientists seek ‘feel full’ foods
A major European project will develop and test new food products that can control the appetite in a bid to find new ways of tackling the epidemic of obesity, it has been announced. More

27/03/2012 - Low-carb warning on diabetes
People with diabetes should not be tempted to use low-carb diets to manage their weight, a researcher has warned. More

26/03/2012 - Doorstep pizza's salty problem
Takeaway pizzas may be piling on the taste by piling on the salt, researchers warned today. More

22/03/2012 - Vitamin E no influence on women's heart failure risk
A new study suggests that vitamin E supplements do not help prevent women developing heart failure - nor do they worsen the risk. More

20/03/2012 - Diet link to MS prevention
Wine, fish and coffee seem to help people with one kind of multiple sclerosis, researchers reported last night. More

16/03/2012 - Diabetes link to white rice
People should switch to eating wholegrain rice because consuming white rice regularly can “significantly increase” the risk of developing diabetes, it was claimed today. More

16/03/2012 - Food pollution risk to women
Women may be placed at risk of breast cancer because of growing levels of the chemical cadmium in some "healthy" foods, researchers warned yesterday. More

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