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08/03/2011 - How lifestyle guards gut
Doctors have unveiled new insights into how healthy lifestyles may help prevent cancer of the gut. More

04/03/2011 - Calculator to predict child food allergies
Irish researchers have developed an online calculator that can predict three food allergies in children within seconds. More

04/03/2011 - Early years diet shake-up call
Too many UK childcare providers are depriving small children of energy whilst loading them with salt and sugar, experts warned yesterday. More

01/03/2011 - Fizzy drinks up pressure
People who drink sugary fizzy drinks tend to have raised levels of blood pressure, researchers warned last night. More

28/02/2011 - Daily steak dangerous - UK gov
People who eat steak daily are massively increasing their risk of developing bowel cancer, the British government has warned. More

24/02/2011 - Air pollution a major heart attack trigger
Air pollution may be as dangerous to the heart as shovelling snow or drinking too much alcohol or coffee, researchers warned today. More

23/02/2011 - Alternatives won't reveal child allergies - experts
Parents who suspect a child has food allergy should not resort to alternative and high street tests, according to official UK guidance published today. More

23/02/2011 - Cannabis boosts cancer patient appetite
Cannabis may improve the enjoyment of food for cancer patients, researchers say today. More

18/02/2011 - Allergies in young children double in a decade
Allergies in children up to the age of five have doubled in the last ten years, according to a new analysis. More

16/02/2011 - Zinc helps beat cold
Zinc may not be a cure for the common cold - but it is an effective treatment, experts report today. More

15/02/2011 - Obesity a killer
Obesity is a killer in its own right - regardless of whether it causes other problems such as high blood pressure or diabetes, researchers claimed today. More

10/02/2011 - Spice offers stroke hope
The spice that makes curry hot may also contain the key to effective treatment after stroke, researchers revealed last night. More

08/02/2011 - Junk food hits infant brains
Young children who are fed junk food suffer a massive loss of brain power, researchers reveal today. More

08/02/2011 - Brits struggle to shed Christmas pounds
The British over-indulged at Christmas - and have failed to shed the weight afterwards, according to a pioneering new survey. More

07/02/2011 - New search for choc benefits
Regular doses of cocoa and vitamin C may help elderly people maintain their strength, researchers are hoping. More

07/02/2011 - Restricted diet works for hyperactivity
Children diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder should be given a restricted diet as part of their care, according to a new analysis. More

04/02/2011 - Obesity doubled in 30 years
Obesity has almost doubled worldwide since 1980, but blood pressure and cholesterol levels have improved in many high-income countries, experts say today. More

02/02/2011 - World cholesterol problem
Thousands of people in the UK share a common problem with Jordanians and Mexicans - they have untreated high cholesterol, according to a global study published yesterday. More

01/02/2011 - Genetic links between coeliac disease and Crohn’s
Two unpleasant diseases of the digestion share part of their genetic background, according to new findings. More

25/01/2011 - Easy living link to cancer risk
Experts have blamed unhealthy lifestyles for high cancer rates in wealthy countries such as Britain and Denmark. More

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