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07/10/2010 - Buffet fad fuels salmonella out-break
The growing popularity of raw bean-sprouts may have triggered an outbreak of the salmonella bug in Britain, investigators revealed today. More

07/10/2010 - Pregnancy vitamins fail to prevent asthma
A new study has overturned the belief that women who take extra vitamin C and E when pregnant protect their babies from wheezing and asthma. More

06/10/2010 - Fruit and vegetables key to healthy baby weight
Women who eat plenty of fresh fruit and vegetables three months before conceiving reduce their chances of having a low weight baby, researchers say today. More

04/10/2010 - Enriched formula adds fat to children
Efforts to boost the growth of small babies with enriched formula milk may only lead to them accumulating fat as children, researchers have warned. More

29/09/2010 - Pine-bark extract does not lower blood pressure
Pine-bark extract has no effect in lowering blood pressure or reducing heart disease risk factors, researchers have concluded. More

28/09/2010 - How unhealthy lifestyle damages work
Workers with unhealthy lifestyles give reduced productivity - only partly because of high rates of sick leave, researchers warn today. More

27/09/2010 - Mushrooming poison problem
A craze for picking wild mushrooms may be causing dozens of cases of potentially fatal poisoning, a British watchdog has warned. More

21/09/2010 - Family plea to child obesity workers
Efforts to tackle childhood obesity by running programmes in schools will have limited benefits without backing from families, British experts have warned. More

17/09/2010 - Joint pain supplements “do not work”
Health authorities should not fund two popular supplements taken to counteract joint pain because they do not work, researchers say today. More

16/09/2010 - How low spirits can harm heart
People with heart disease who suffer from depression face a massively increased risk of dying, British researchers warn today. More

14/09/2010 - The mineral that could defeat high blood pressure
Increased efforts should be made to encourage people with high blood pressure to use "healthy" salt, researchers said last night. More

09/09/2010 - How fitness defies temptation
Keeping fit does not just help you burn calories - it helps you resist temptation, British researchers have revealed. More

09/09/2010 - Hunger risk from sleeplessness
People who miss out on their sleep face a massively increased risk of becoming susceptible to heart disease and diabetes, researchers warned yesterday. More

02/09/2010 - Formula milk "contaminated" - researcher
The use of formula milk for infants is controversial - and now new research says it has too much aluminium in it. More

01/09/2010 - Nurse booster for heart patients
A simple programme of regular visits to nurses may successfully help heart patients avoid future problems, researchers have reported. More

31/08/2010 - Doubts over fish oil for heart patients
Eating oily fish is thought to be good for the heart - but may make little difference once someone has suffered a heart attack, researchers have warned. More

27/08/2010 - Mothers may pay price of bottled milk
Mothers who do not breast-feed their children face a massively increased risk of developing diabetes later in life, researchers warn today. More

26/08/2010 - Salads not so healthy?
Ready made salads are sold as the "healthy" option - but many contain more salt than a large burger, British researchers warned today. More

26/08/2010 - Bitter supplement may combat sweet tooth
The chemical that gives grapefruit its bitter taste might provide a powerful treatment for diabetes and high cholesterol, researchers revealed today. More

25/08/2010 - Short-term overeating may alter body shape
A short period of binge eating can cause long-term changes to body shape - piling on fat in unwanted places, researchers warned last night. More

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