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Any amount of regular running can dramatically reduce the risk of death, according to a study published in the British Medical Journal. A team of ... More
Public health policy should be focused on preventing the decline of physical activity during childhood, not when individuals reach adolescence, according to British Medical Journal ... More
The Scottish Football Association (SFA) has queried the timing of survey results published by the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) in relation to artificial pitches, and ... More
There are no added benefits to eating more than five 80g portions of fruit and vegetables daily, according to researchers from Chinese and US universities ... More
Regular advice on diet and exercise could help cut patients’ chances of developing bowl cancer, new research published by the British Medical Journal has found. ... More
Prominent health and fitness organisations have given their backing to Health Club Management magazine’s call for an industry-wide lobby against the government’s decision to remove ... More
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Walking regularly could help to prevent the deaths of tens of thousands of people every year, according to a new report. The Walking Works report ... More
Exercise could be as beneficial as pills for people who have suffered from a stroke or experience heart conditions, a study by the British Medical ... More
A new weight management programme to help participants break the 'yo-yo' cycle of short term diets will be launched across North Country Leisure centres in ... More
A study conducted by the University of Exeter and published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) has claimed that regular exercise offers 'no benefit' in ... More
The number of emergency hospital admissions for heart attacks has fallen 2.4 per cent since the introduction of the smokefree legislation in England, according to ... More
More than 250,000 young people aged between 11-17 years old are at risk of developing skin cancer by using sunbeds, according to research published by ... More
A new study by the British Medical Journal has found that exercise therapy is the best remedy for knee pain. The report found that for ... More
A new study in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) claims that physical exercise has little impact on obesity in young children. According to a randomised ... More
New research has suggested that children could risk becoming asthmatic and wheezy if they regularly use indoor swimming pools. The research was published in the ... More
Smoking will be banned in restaurants, pubs and bars across Northern Ireland from April 2007. Shaun Woodward, Northern Ireland’s health minister, said the protection of ... More
According to Australian research findings published in the British Medical Journal, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) is more likely to develop within two weeks of a ... More
British teenagers are putting their health at risk by piling on the pounds according to the British Medical Journal. The study of 11 to 16-year-olds ... More
Stretching before or after exercise to try and prevent injury and aching muscles is a waste of time according to new research from Australian physiotherapists. ... More
A survey published today highlights a link between nutrition and cancer, saying that lowering calorie intake and increasing exercise can reduce a woman's chances of ... More
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