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24/05/2011 - Mushrooms and common pills offer men hope
Mushrooms and paracetamol may both help men at risk from cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

20/05/2011 - Dietary supplement may protect pregnant
A dietary supplement may protect pregnant women facing a life-threatening complication, researchers revealed today. More

18/05/2011 - Mystery of princess heart disease
The death of any ancient Egyptian princess in her 40s has raised new questions about the origins of heart disease in humans. More

18/05/2011 - Coffee may protect against prostate cancer
Drinking coffee may be linked to a reduced risk of prostate cancer, researchers reported last night. More

11/05/2011 - Parsley and coffee may cut breast cancer risk
New research has highlighted several foods that may reduce the risk of breast cancer. More

11/05/2011 - No cancer benefit from selenium supplements
Taking the mineral selenium does not protect against cancer, according to an analysis published today. More

09/05/2011 - When bad cholesterol is good
Scientists have called for a fresh look at the role of cholesterol - and whether it might help prevent muscle wasting in old age. More

06/05/2011 - Toddler bottles make obesity risk
Children who still drink from baby bottles at the age of two increase their risk of obesity, researchers have warned. More

03/05/2011 - Tall, obese people face blood clot risk
Tall men who are also obese could be at increased risk of developing blood clots, according to a new analysis. More

28/04/2011 - Frequent flier deficit
"Frequent fliers" may face massive health problems linked to obesity and high blood pressure, according to a new analysis. More

26/04/2011 - Men face fish side-effect
Men who try to eat a healthy diet may be increasing their risk of developing a deadly cancer, researchers revealed last night. More

26/04/2011 - Five-a-day cheap - campaigners
British families can meet their "five-a-day" target for healthy eating without breaking the budget - despite rising food prices, campaigners said today. More

21/04/2011 - Low-carb a prescription for diabetes?
A high-fat diet that is low in carbohydrate may reverse damage to kidneys in people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes, researchers say. More

20/04/2011 - Potential heart risk from calcium supplements
Calcium supplements may slightly raise the risk of heart attack, death from heart disease, and stroke for women, according to controversial new findings. More

19/04/2011 - How diet, genes and pregnancy programme poor health
A woman's poor diet during pregnancy may cause changes to the DNA that will mean her child piling on fat later in life, researchers have revealed. More

18/04/2011 - How vegetarians may gain better health
Vegetarians may have a lower risk of suffering heart disease, diabetes and stroke than meat-eaters, a study has suggested. More

14/04/2011 - Caffeine link to diabetes remains unclear
Caffeine may be dangerous for people with type 2 diabetes, a new study reports. More

13/04/2011 - Diet clue to post-natal depression
Getting pregnant women to eat oily fish or fish oil during pregnancy may help stave off post-natal depression, researchers reported last night. More

13/04/2011 - How apple a day boosts women
Apples are a natural alternative to drugs for women who want to keep their heart and circulation healthy in later life, researchers claimed yesterday. More

08/04/2011 - Cancer specialists hear of food benefits
Fish oil could boost tamoxifen therapy for breast cancer sufferers, while freeze-dried strawberries could be an alternative to drugs for the prevention of oesophageal cancer, a conference has heard. More

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