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06/07/2009 - Coffee clue to Alzheimer's treatment
Five cups of coffee a day might have dramatic benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported yesterday. More

01/07/2009 - Vegetarian health boost
Being a vegetarian cuts the risk of developing cancer, especially cancers of the blood, researchers reported today. More

24/06/2009 - Olives not fish key to Mediterranean health
Some components of the so-called Mediterranean diet are more beneficial than others, researchers reported today. More

09/06/2009 - Low-carb vegetarianism cuts cholesterol
A near vegetarian diet, low in carbs, may be the best way to reduce weight and improve heart health, researchers claimed last night. More

01/06/2009 - Coeliac disease plea
Campaigners are urging doctors to be made aware of new guidelines that help in the diagnosis of coeliac disease. More

29/05/2009 - Warning over caffeinated chewing gum
Italian doctors warn today of the dangers of stimulant chewing gums containing caffeine. More

28/05/2009 - Supplements that boost bones - Vienna conference
People who need to protect the health of their bones need to take calcium and vitamin D supplements together, a European conference heard yesterday. More

27/05/2009 - Leukaemia promise from green tea extract
Green tea may contain substances with powerful medical benefits, according to findings published yesterday. More

22/05/2009 - Doubts over cow disease threat to humans
Experts are still unsure how many people in Britain are infected with the deadly brain disease thought to have been contracted from cattle, according to an analysis published today. More

21/05/2009 - Fish and sunshine boost brain
Fish and sunshine may hold the key to a healthy brain late in life - for men at least, British researchers report today. More

13/05/2009 - Food and folic acid boost child health
Infant heart defects have decreased since mandatory folic acid fortification of flour and pasta began in Canada, according to a new study. More

12/05/2009 - Elderly need sunshine
Elderly people should spend time in the sunshine - to cut their risk of heart disease, British researchers have reported. More

08/05/2009 - Probiotics could prevent pregnancy weight gain
Taking probiotics, such as yoghurt, may help pregnant women tackle the curse of weight gain after giving birth, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/05/2009 - Cooked pork fine - WHO
Health officials stepped in to save the pork industry yesterday, insisting that flu could not be caught from cooked meat. More

07/05/2009 - Growth charts aim to boost breast-feeding
New official growth charts for infants will seek to encourage breast-feeding, it was announced yesterday. More

07/05/2009 - Bacteria designed to keep appetite in check
Scientists believe that probiotics may have a potential slimming effect, in addition to their other health benefits. More

05/05/2009 - Challenge to zinc treatment
New findings challenge the widely held view that zinc supplements can help treat diarrhoea in children. More

05/05/2009 - Food allergy link to weight
Children who have allergies to food are much more likely than others to be obese, researchers have warned. More

01/05/2009 - Elderly people need support to reach five-a-day
Most elderly people are not eating enough fruit and vegetables, according to new findings. More

30/04/2009 - Half a glass for the heart
There's been strong evidence that wine may be good for the heart - but new evidence published today suggests just half a glass a day may be best. More

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