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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

27/02/2009 - Diet and exercise can prevent cancer - international report
Thousands of cases of cancer in Britain could be prevented through healthy diet and exercise, experts said yesterday. More

26/02/2009 - Calorie cutting key to slimming
Diets of all kinds can work provided slimmers stick to them, researchers claimed last night. More

25/02/2009 - Teenage obesity as dangerous as smoking
Obese teenagers suffer as much damage to their health as someone who smokes ten cigarettes a day, researchers claimed today. More

24/02/2009 - Sunlight vitamin may combat flu
A large-scale study has found the so-called "sunshine vitamin" Vitamin D may help arm the immune system against colds and flu. More

20/02/2009 - Fast-food outlets linked to stroke
Risk of stroke seems to be linked to the number of fast-food restaurants in a neighbourhood, researchers reported today. More

16/02/2009 - Mediterranean diet may protect brain function
New evidence has come to light on the benefits of eating a so-called "Mediterranean diet". More

13/02/2009 - Mums-to-be must improve lifestyle habits
Very few women follow healthy lifestyle recommendations before they get pregnant, researchers warned today. More

11/02/2009 - Study finds no benefit from multivitamins
Multivitamins do not seem to reduce the risk of cancer for postmenopausal women, new results indicate. More

11/02/2009 - Maternal obesity a problem - new findings
Growing levels of obesity among women of child-bearing age pose a major risk to the next generation of babies, researchers warned today. More

06/02/2009 - Genes link Vitamin D and sunlight to MS
Taking vitamin D during pregnancy may be important in lowering the risk of a child developing multiple sclerosis, according to a genetic study published yesterday. More

05/02/2009 - When green tea harms cancer patients
Green tea has become a popular health drink said to be rich in vitamins and healthy plant chemicals. More

05/02/2009 - World campaign against obesity
Obesity was the theme of World Cancer Day yesterday - as new evidence showed public ignorance of the link between weight and cancer is worldwide. More

02/02/2009 - Vegetable and nut oils win US support
Experts have challenged new American guidance stating that omega-6 vegetable oils are "beneficial". More

30/01/2009 - Can diet help alleviate eczema?
Researchers have investigated whether excluding foods from the diet can help treat childhood eczema - and concluded there is little evidence of benefit. More

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