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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

20/08/2010 - A leaf to prevent disease
People should add one or two portions of lettuce or cabbage to their diets to protect themselves against developing diabetes, researchers said today. More

17/08/2010 - No joy for chocaholics in heart study
Middle-aged women may protect their hearts by eating small amounts of dark chocolate, researchers reported last night. More

16/08/2010 - Weight drug problems pose research issues
Researchers have revealed details of a major study that sought to test the impact of a weight loss drug on heart disease - but was stopped amid concern at suicide rates. More

13/08/2010 - McStatins rejected
A senior British expert has rejected the idea of a "McStatin" pill to help counteract the effects of junk food. More

12/08/2010 - Chocolate treatment deters patients
Doctors may have found a healthy chocolate - that is so unpleasant patients will not eat it. More

10/08/2010 - The deadly apple shape
Apple-shaped people with large waists face a massively increased risk during their middle-aged years, researchers warned last night. More

10/08/2010 - Popeye boosts infant diet
Old cartoons of Popeye the Sailorman may hold the key to encouraging infants to eat vegetables, researchers have reported. More

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