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24/08/2011 - Nuts boost cholesterol lowering diets
People who have to cut the fat in their diet to reduce cholesterol levels benefit from being advised to eat nuts and soy, researchers reported last night. More

23/08/2011 - Saffron passes lab test
The yellow spice saffron may help to prevent liver cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

23/08/2011 - Alarm at cancer ignorance
The British people knows very little about the country's third most common form of cancer, according to a major study published today. More

19/08/2011 - Zinc lozenges may shorten common cold symptoms
People suffering from a common cold could suck zinc lozenges after it was found they reduce the time they suffer the symptoms by up to 40 per cent. More

17/08/2011 - Binge drinking linked to poor diet
Binge drinking is associated with eating a poorer diet, according to Spanish doctors. More

12/08/2011 - Red meat link to diabetes
Eating processed red meat could increase the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, US researchers have claimed. More

12/08/2011 - Warning over herbal slimming products
A warning has been issued over several herbal slimming products that can cause serious side effects. More

09/08/2011 - Soy fails menopause test
A soy-based therapy fails to offer any improvements for women going through the menopause - and may aggravate their symptoms, researchers reported last night. More

01/08/2011 - Too much salt for infants
Tinned spaghetti and baked beans are leading to British infants taking too much salt, researchers say. More

29/07/2011 - Cut salt and fat to save lives - expert
Laws to cut use of salt and industrially altered fats in food could be twice as effective as medical prevention of heart disease, a British researcher claimed today. More

25/07/2011 - How food endangers swimmers
The traditional advice not to go swimming after a meal seems to hold water, researchers have revealed. More

22/07/2011 - Teenage girls' "poor" diet
The eating habits of teenage girls in the UK are poor, with just over half getting enough iron in their diet and about half the recommended serving of fruit and vegetables a day. More

20/07/2011 - Seven crucial risk factors for Alzheimer's disease
Up to half of Alzheimer's disease cases could be prevented by acting on seven risk factors, experts said today. More

20/07/2011 - How unhealthy lifestyle triggers middle-aged risk
Being obese may be a key trigger of breast cancer in older women - because it increases levels of female sex hormones, researchers revealed today. More

19/07/2011 - Body image key to weight control?
Women who feel good about their body shape find it easier than others to lose weight, according to Portuguese researchers. More

06/07/2011 - Female lifestyle boosts heart
Following a healthy lifestyle can have a major impact in cutting a woman's risk of heart disease, new findings suggest. More

01/07/2011 - How muscle supplement burns fat
A popular dietary supplement can help burn up fat during exercise, British researchers have reported. More

30/06/2011 - Row over child food adverts
Food companies desperate for business are breaching agreements on advertising to children across Europe, it was claimed today. More

29/06/2011 - National time bomb for diabetes complications
Diabetes in England and Wales is a "time bomb" waiting to happen, according to figures published today. More

27/06/2011 - Lean may not mean health
Being lean may not always mean being safe from heart disease, researchers said today. More

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