The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has suggested that cancer rates are worse in developed countries which have higher levels of obesity, alcohol intake and inactivity.
According to figures released by the WCRF, the UK ranks 12th out of … read more.
The World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF) has advised people that there is "convincing evidence" that being overweight and obese is a risk factor for developing cancer.
According to the WCRF, people should aim to be "as lean as … read more.
Dieting during the early stages of pregnancy may have a negative impact on the brain of an unborn child, researchers from the University of Texas Health Science Centre have revealed.
The study, which examined the effects of eating less … read more.
People should look to increase their daily fruit and vegetable intake beyond the government's five a day recommendation if they are to maximise the health benefits, the British Heart Foundation (BHF) has said.
According to a study … read more.
Bacteria which live in the intestines may play a role in helping to treat obesity and diabetes, according to research published in the journal for the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology (FASEB).
Richard … read more.
Walking can help people to stay slim and may ward off obesity and diabetes, according to research conducted by the Murdoch Children's Research Institute in Melbourne and published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ).
The study, … read more.
Organic milk contains less saturated fat than standard milk and is therefore a healthier option, according to researchers at Newcastle University.
The research, which was published in Journal of Dairy Science, revealed that organic milk … read more.
Exercise is a good way to combat stress and helps people to avoid falling into a trap of comfort eating, which can lead to weight gain, Tam Fry from the National Obesity Forum (NOF) has said.
Mr Fry explained that stress and having a busy … read more.