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16/11/2010 - Drug boosts heartbeat treatment
People with irregular heart-beats may benefit from a new drug to help prevent them from stroke and blood clots, British researchers said last night. More

15/11/2010 - Obesity gene pinned down
British scientists have pinned down a gene that is directly responsible for obesity problems in some people, it was announced last night. More

15/11/2010 - Europeans face sunshine vitamin stroke risk
White people face a massively increased risk of stroke when they have low levels of the sunshine vitamin D, a major heart conference will hear today. More

11/11/2010 - Dark choc lowers blood pressure
Dark chocolate has frequently been reported to be good for the heart - and now Scandinavian researchers say they may have found the key to powerful drugs within it. More

10/11/2010 - Allergy scares risk health - claim
Children who are avoiding certain foods because of a possible allergy may face a nutritional risk, experts have warned. More

05/11/2010 - Vitamin E linked to stroke
Researchers have issued a warning about vitamin E after finding it linked to a kind of stroke. More

02/11/2010 - Fish oils could prevent gum disease
Fish oils and other polyunsaturated fatty acids could hold the key to the treatment and prevention of gum disease, researchers say. More

01/11/2010 - Peanut pregnancy link reopened
New findings today reopen claims that peanut allergy may be triggered when a pregnant woman consumes the nuts. More

28/10/2010 - Green tea fails Tokyo test
Green tea is often touted as a miracle beverage, able to bestow great health - but a new study says it cannot protect against breast cancer. More

27/10/2010 - Lifestyle plea to cut bowel cancer
Bowel cancer rates could be cut by a quarter by improving lifestyles, according to a major new analysis published today. More

22/10/2010 - Warning issued over unlicensed herbal weight loss products
A UK watchdog is urging dieters to stop taking unlicensed Payouji tea and Pai You Guo Slim Capsules because of health concerns. More

21/10/2010 - Fish oil no good for maternal blues
Taking fish oil supplements in pregnancy does not reduce levels of post-natal depression – or help children’s cognitive and language development, according to new findings. More

20/10/2010 - Spring pregnancy linked to food allergy
The season in which a woman begins her pregnancy may be linked to the development of food allergies, researchers said today. More

19/10/2010 - Vitamin may deter brain disease
Elderly people who have low levels of vitamin B12 may face an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported last night. More

15/10/2010 - Genetic clues to childhood obesity
Idleness, poor food and inactivity have been blamed for childhood obesity - but now researchers say that sometimes genes may be involved. More

13/10/2010 - Pregnancy calcium supplementation protects child teeth
Giving pregnant women calcium supplements can protect against their infants developing dental decay, researchers claimed yesterday. More

12/10/2010 - Vitamin fails to save life
People who take folic acid supplements will not protect themselves against dying from heart disease or cancer, researchers reported last night. More

12/10/2010 - Healthy living helps prevent breast cancer
Women with a family history of breast cancer may benefit from adopting a healthy lifestyle to stave off the disease, researchers say today. More

11/10/2010 - Pear-shape genes found
Scientists have found a series of genes which may decide whether someone piles fat onto their hips or waist, it was announced last night. More

11/10/2010 - Frozen vegs win official backing
Frozen vegetables have been given a thumbs up by British health officials - who say they can now be as good as the fresh kind. More

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