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06/01/2010 - Pomegranates show promise against breast cancer
The pomegranate may contain a chemical that could help treat breast cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

06/01/2010 - Device to slow eating may cut obesity
A device that displays a child's "gobbling" speed can help cut obesity, researchers reported today. More

05/01/2010 - VitC may treat gene age disease
People at genetic risk of accelerated ageing may benefit from taking vitamin C, researchers have reported. More

04/01/2010 - Banana aid to infant health
Bananas are to play a key role in helping mothers give babies a healthy diet in a new UK campaign. More

24/12/2009 - Cholesterol-gene link found
British researchers have pinned down a kind of cholesterol that causes heart disease and cannot be controlled by diet or exercise. More

23/12/2009 - Slim and fit is okay - researchers
The dangers of being slim and fit have been exaggerated, researchers claimed today. More

22/12/2009 - Winter call to reverse fitness slide
People were urged to plan some Christmas walks today as new findings confirmed the falling fitness levels of Britain's children. More

21/12/2009 - Mad cow disease incubation warning
Britain could be facing another wave of the fatal brain condition linked to so-called "mad cow disease", experts have warned. More

17/12/2009 - Santa may need reining in
Santa Claus needs to go on a diet, medical experts said today. More

15/12/2009 - Decaf best against diabetes
People who drink large amounts of coffee and tea seem to gain protection against developing diabetes - especially if the coffee is decaf, researchers said last night. More

15/12/2009 - One in ten children faces obesity
About ten per cent of English children will be obese within five years, researchers claimed today. More

11/12/2009 - One third overweight at 11
Nearly one third of British pupils are overweight when they reach the age to leave primary school, according to figures published yesterday. More

08/12/2009 - Coffee may prevent deadly cancer
Coffee drinking may help spare men from developing a deadly cancer, researchers reported today. More

08/12/2009 - Waist-line clue to heart disease
Your waist-line may give a strong clue about your risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warned last night. More

26/11/2009 - Fight climate change and boost health - doctors
Senior doctors weighed in behind claims that tackling climate change could improve health yesterday. More

25/11/2009 - Salt a major killer - researchers
The high level of salt eaten in the food of many countries is directly linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers claimed today. More

18/11/2009 - Baked or boiled fish is 'best' for heart
The method by which fish is cooked has a direct effect on its benefits for heart health, researchers say. More

17/11/2009 - New video games may boost heart health
Video games - blamed for the unfitness of modern youth - may finally be redressing the balance, a major heart conference heard yesterday. More

12/11/2009 - Gut bugs clue to fatness
Scientists may have found another clue to controlling human obesity - the bugs in our guts, it was announced last night. More

11/11/2009 - Carbohydrates may keep dieters happy
Low-carbohydrate diets such as the Atkins diet may be bad for the mood, researchers have reported. More

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