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30/04/2009 - Allergy hope for folic acid
Folic acid, or vitamin B9, could be an effective treatment for allergy symptoms, researchers reported today. More

23/04/2009 - Fish helps male heart
Eating oily fish may help protect men against heart failure, according to new findings. More

22/04/2009 - Walnuts, grapefruit and cancer
Walnuts, grapefruit and overcooked meat can all have an impact on cancer in different ways, a major conference has heard. More

16/04/2009 - Asthmatics short on vitamins
People with asthma tend to eat low levels of two key vitamins, A and C, researchers warned today. More

14/04/2009 - Fish oil may help in cancer surgery
Omega-3 fatty acids - found in foods such as salmon and sardines - can help stem dramatic weight loss in patients having major cancer surgery, according to a new study. More

14/04/2009 - Vegetables, nuts winners for heart health
A review of dozens of studies on the link between food and heart disease has given the thumbs up to the so-called Mediterranean diet, researchers reported last night. More

10/04/2009 - Fish and vegetable oils 'unlikely' to prevent allergy
Experts have found disappointing results for the prevention of allergies with fatty acid supplements. More

07/04/2009 - Broccoli fights deadly stomach bug
Broccoli has legendary properties - and now doctors say its sprouts may fight a bug that causes stomach ulcers and cancer. More

03/04/2009 - Grapefruit nearly caused leg loss
Doctors have told how a woman developed a dangerous blood clot in her leg from eating too much grapefruit for breakfast. More

02/04/2009 - Olive oil's secret ingredient found
Scientists may have pinned down the source of olive oil's legendary health benefits. More

27/03/2009 - Very hot tea may bring throat cancer risk
There may be a health risk from drinking extremely hot tea, researchers report today. More

25/03/2009 - Light eating fine during labour
Eating small amounts of food during labour has no adverse effect on outcomes for the mother or baby, British researchers report today. More

24/03/2009 - Red meat may be unhealthy
People who eat large amounts of red meat face an increased risk of dying, according to the latest research on the topic. More

24/03/2009 - Eating out threat to diabetes
Eating out threat to diabetes Eating out and favourite foods are among the problems that put people with diabetes at risk, according to a new study. More

19/03/2009 - Gain weight, lose years
Extra body weight shortens your life span, according to a new study of 900,000 adults. More

17/03/2009 - Improve pregnancy diet call
Improved efforts are needed to improve the diets of pregnant women and new mothers, experts said yesterday. More

13/03/2009 - Heart disease prevention must improve - Euro-experts
Guidelines on heart disease prevention are failing to make a big difference to patient lifestyles, experts warned today. More

10/03/2009 - Doctors told take bran off menu
A wholesale revision of the professional "bible" has seen the inclusion of new guidelines for a range of complex conditions. More

09/03/2009 - Dietary fat linked to asthma
Researchers say it is possible that eating a high-fat diet could hold back the symptoms of allergies. More

06/03/2009 - Moderate drinking protect bones: study
Regular beer and wine consumption may help protect the bones of elderly people, researchers have reported. More

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