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09/11/2011 - Asian obesity needs redefining - professor
The definition of obesity is set too high for people of southern Asian heritage, researchers said last night. More

08/11/2011 - Cancer patients may need obesity advice
People with cancer - or its early signs - should be given advice about their weight if they are obese, researchers warned today. More

04/11/2011 - Commercial weight loss programmes 'better' than primary care
Commercial weight loss programmes are cheaper to administer and are more effective than primary care-based services, researchers say today. More

03/11/2011 - English diet healthy?
The English may be regularly castigated for their unhealthy diet - but now researchers say it is relatively healthy. More

03/11/2011 - How a little red wine may improve sleep
The so-called Mediterranean diet is known for its healthy properties - and now researchers say it may also deal with sleep disturbance. More

02/11/2011 - Researchers close on ageing
Scientists say they have got a step close to finding out how to slow down the ageing process - by studying the effects of calorie restriction. More

02/11/2011 - Red wine pill tested for obesity
A chemical found in red wine may prove a potent pill for people with obesity problems, Dutch researchers reported yesterday. More

25/10/2011 - Fizz link to violence
Teenagers who drink large numbers of cans of sugary, fizzy drinks may be prone to violent behaviour, researchers warned today. More

24/10/2011 - Children happier but not healthier
British school-children are happier than they used to be - but not healthier, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

12/10/2011 - Fruit and veg counteracts heart disease genes
A person's genetic risk of heart disease can be altered depending on what they eat, researchers said last night. More

12/10/2011 - Gene testing to boost male cancer treatment
Routine gene testing could help determine the best treatment for prostate cancer patients, researchers reported today. More

07/10/2011 - Sunshine vitamin may cut diabetes risk
People with a good supply of the sunshine vitamin, vitamin D, have a reduced risk of developing Type 2 diabetes mellitus, according to new findings. More

04/10/2011 - Vitamin D supplements warning
Many people may need to start taking routine supplements of vitamin D as efforts are stepped up to cut skin cancer risk, experts warned today. More

04/10/2011 - Thinness genetic?
Thin children are likely to have thin parents - and there may be a genetic cause, British researchers said last night. More

26/09/2011 - Alcohol linked to asthma risk
People who drink moderate amounts of alcohol may reduce their risk of developing asthma, researchers reported yesterday. More

21/09/2011 - Lifestyle - the new health threat
Obesity, tobacco and excess alcohol pose as much a threat to world health as infectious diseases did in the last century, a British politician has told the United Nations. More

19/09/2011 - Eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy could trigger asthma
Researchers have found a possible link between eating low-fat yoghurt in pregnancy and asthma and hay fever in the child. More

16/09/2011 - Apples and pears “protect against stroke”
Eating apples and pears may help to protect against stroke, according to a study that looked at the link between the colour of fruits and vegetables with the disease. More

14/09/2011 - Sportacus beats Scooby
The classic cartoon show Scooby-Doo sets children the best example for activity - if not for eating - according to an "official" league table published yesterday. More

13/09/2011 - Oils that prevent allergy may block cancer treatment
Women who consume fish and nut oils in pregnancy may help reduce their child's risk of developing allergy, researchers have reported. More

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