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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

06/08/2010 - Weight gain in pregnancy leads to high birth weight babies
Mothers-to-be who gain too much weight in pregnancy are likely to give birth to heavy babies who are themselves at risk of obesity in later life, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/08/2010 - Dozens of cholesterol genes found
An international study has uncovered 95 genetic variants that could help scientists fight heart disease, it was announced today. More

05/08/2010 - Chilli peppers may be good for blood pressure
Chilli peppers might set your mouth on fire, but they could be of benefit for people with high blood pressure, research has revealed. More

04/08/2010 - No benefit of B vitamin pills for stroke patient
Vitamin B supplements do not benefit stroke or heart attack patients, according to research published today. More

02/08/2010 - Global focus on breastfeeding rates
Breastfeeding holds the key to saving the lives of millions of children, the World Health Organisation said today. More

02/08/2010 - Drug combination found to reduce body weight
A combination of two drugs may be an effective treatment for obesity, researchers have reported. More

30/07/2010 - Calcium supplements linked to heart risk
Taking calcium supplements may be linked to an increased risk of heart attack, according to an analysis published today. More

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