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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

13/09/2011 - Ice hygiene warning
Ice may make a drink refreshing - but it can also make it toxic, experts warned yesterday. More

12/09/2011 - Blood pressure gene breakthrough
Scientists have made a major advance in the battle to control blood pressure, it was announced last night. More

08/09/2011 - You can't lose weight on-line, researchers say
Tailored online programmes that use self-reported dietary information to calculate a reduced fat diet are ineffective, Dutch researchers said today. More

06/09/2011 - Euro-killer bug deciphered
Scientists have been successfully unravelling the genetic secrets of the E.coli strain which caused death and alarm across Europe earlier this year, a conference was told yesterday. More

30/08/2011 - Chocolate passes new health test
People who eat lots of chocolate seem to enjoy massive improvements in the health of their hearts, researchers said yesterday. More

29/08/2011 - Obesity threat grows
Britain will have 11 million more obese adults within 20 years if present trends continue - meaning the problem would affect nearly half the population, researchers have warned. More

25/08/2011 - Famine link to heart disease
Children and young adults who have to live through famine conditions face an increased risk of developing heart disease later in life, Dutch researchers reported today. More

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