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28/06/2010 - Supplements blow for diabetes women
Vitamin supplements and fish oil may not do much to help improve the prospects of women with diabetes, according to two new studies. More

22/06/2010 - Boost healthy food - NICE
Sweeping changes to food policy in Britain could save tens of thousands of lives a year, government health advisers said today. More

21/06/2010 - Tea benefits need healthy lifestyle - expert
British experts have urged the public not to substitute tea and coffee drinking for a healthy lifestyle. More

18/06/2010 - Twin insight into Mediterranean heart booster
Men facing a genetic risk of heart disease can help themselves by eating a healthy "Mediterranean" diet, researchers have reported. More

17/06/2010 - Boiled coffee for breast?
Drinking large amounts of boiled coffee may help protect elderly women against breast cancer, researchers reported last night. More

16/06/2010 - Doctors urged to link weight and sexual health
Obesity has wide-ranging effects on sexual health, researchers say today. More

10/06/2010 - Genes blight sunlight boost for some
Some people are resistant to the sunlight vitamin which plays a key role in bone health, researchers revealed last night. More

09/06/2010 - Hay fever exam hazard alarms specialists
Teenagers who suffer from hay fever are massively disadvantaged during the exam season, doctors warned today. More

04/06/2010 - Call for midwife training on obesity
Pregnant women who are overweight need the same kind of support as has been used to persuade smokers give up, experts warned yesterday. More

03/06/2010 - Burger link to asthma
Children who eat too many burgers may be placed at risk of developing asthma, researchers warned today. More

26/05/2010 - Activity may not be key to obesity - claim
Getting overweight people to be physically active will not be enough to improve their health, experts claimed today. More

25/05/2010 - Allergy tests may help prevention
Researchers say they are developing powerful new tests for allergies, enabling earlier and more precise detection, it has been announced. More

25/05/2010 - Sugar and fizz aggravate blood pressure
People with blood pressure problems may benefit from cutting out sugary drinks, researchers said last night. More

21/05/2010 - Centre spread damages brain
People who get middle-aged spread place their brains at risk, researchers warned yesterday. More

18/05/2010 - Meat, fat, salt and the chest
Processed meat - such as bacon and sausage - is amazingly bad for the heart, researchers warned last night. More

13/05/2010 - Nurses help alcoholics - conference told
Nurses can play a key role in helping alcohol abusers give up, a conference was being told today. More

12/05/2010 - Heart risk from working overtime
Working overtime may be bad for the heart, researchers warn today. More

12/05/2010 - Doubts over vit D therapy
Vitamin D has been touted as a treatment for fragile bones - but a new analysis warns it may increase the rate of injuries among the elderly. More

12/05/2010 - Food allergy research lacking
Researchers need to find treatments to cure food allergies, according to a major analysis published last night. More

11/05/2010 - Nuts, whole healthy nuts
People should eat more nuts to improve the health of their hearts, experts said last night. More

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