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First study to examine liver injury in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

First study to examine liver injury in patients with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA)

Obesity appears to increase the risk of prostate cancer

Obesity appears to increase the risk of prostate cancer

Sleeping time and obesity in children

Sleeping time and obesity in children

Birth weight and breastfeeding in infancy may affect premenopausal breast cancer risk

Birth weight and breastfeeding in infancy may affect premenopausal breast cancer risk

Watching too much tele puts UK children at risk of obesity

Watching too much tele puts UK children at risk of obesity

Obese people incorrectly diagnosed with asthma

Obese people incorrectly diagnosed with asthma

A drug that controls blood pressure and reduces heart risk also appears to protect against diabetes

A drug that controls blood pressure and reduces heart risk also appears to protect against diabetes

Experts redefine hypertension

Experts redefine hypertension

Fitness and strength decline during pregnancy, but recover in approximately six months

Fitness and strength decline during pregnancy, but recover in approximately six months

Postmenopausal women who consume even moderate amounts of alcohol may face an increased risk of breast cancer

Postmenopausal women who consume even moderate amounts of alcohol may face an increased risk of breast cancer

Carbonated soft drinks can cause heartburn

Carbonated soft drinks can cause heartburn

New study suggests you might benefit from adding more low-fat dairy to your diet

New study suggests you might benefit from adding more low-fat dairy to your diet

New study suggests Pioglitazone HCl may significantly improve key predictors of cardiovascular risk

New study suggests Pioglitazone HCl may significantly improve key predictors of cardiovascular risk

Controlling a person’s weight after they have given up smoking could help maximise the benefits for their lungs

Controlling a person’s weight after they have given up smoking could help maximise the benefits for their lungs

Burden of cardiovascular disease will shift to the developing world

Burden of cardiovascular disease will shift to the developing world

Obesity no longer the domain of the poor

Obesity no longer the domain of the poor

Significant racial differences in the association between education level and weight change for middle-aged women

Significant racial differences in the association between education level and weight change for middle-aged women

War veterans are more likely to be heavy drinkers, heavy smokers and obese

War veterans are more likely to be heavy drinkers, heavy smokers and obese

Discrimination leads to coronary artery calcification in African-American women

Discrimination leads to coronary artery calcification in African-American women

Severely obese children have lipoprotein profiles that signal early risk of cardiovascular disease and the metabolic syndrome

Severely obese children have lipoprotein profiles that signal early risk of cardiovascular disease and the metabolic syndrome

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