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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

23/06/2011 - How real coffee protects brain
Scientists say they are close to explaining how coffee can prevent Alzheimer's disease. More

17/06/2011 - GM foods may increase allergies
Genetically modified foods and new varieties of fruit and vegetables may increase the risk of allergies, European specialists have warned. More

16/06/2011 - Olive oil link to stroke prevention
Using olive oil in the diet may help elderly people cut the risk of having a stroke, according to a French study published yesterday. More

14/06/2011 - Anaphylaxis pen redesign call
Emergency injector pens - issued to people at risk from allergies - have failed to reduce the number of deaths from food reactions, experts warned yesterday. More

09/06/2011 - Office workers get heart protection
British office workers have enjoyed a massive reduction in risk of heart disease in spite of putting on weight in the last 25 years, researchers report today. More

09/06/2011 - Fat threat to liver
Fat is a bigger threat to the liver than alcohol for the majority of men, according to two Swedish studies. More

07/06/2011 - New dairy diet heart link
A diet high in phosphate chemicals may contribute to the development of heart disease, British researchers reported last night. More

07/06/2011 - Copper urged to block food bug
Caterers might need to start serving their salads in copper dishes with copper cutlery. More

03/06/2011 - New superbug found in milk
Britain's rural communities may be at risk from a new strain of the superbug MRSA that is found in cow's milk, experts warned today. More

02/06/2011 - Teenage iodine problem
Most teenage girls in Britain are not drinking enough milk to maintain their iodine levels - putting their future families at risk, researchers warned today. More

27/05/2011 - Sleepless children face weight problems
Young children risk becoming overweight by the age of seven if they do not get enough sleep, a study has claimed. More

25/05/2011 - Fish cooking method can affect heart risk
Not all fish are created equal when it comes to their heart benefits, researchers said last night. More

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