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Health News on November 23, 2011

Mums who have caesareans more likely to have overweight babies
Babies who are born through caesarean sections are more likely to be overweight compared to those born naturally, according to a new study including an Indian born scientist . ANI

Drinking 2- 3 cups of coffee everyday cuts endometrial cancer risk by 7pc
A new study has found that long-term coffee consumption may help reduce risk for endometrial cancer. ANI

9 out of 10 Brit kids snub healthy meals
Nine of ten youngsters in Britain ignore healthy eating messages, which is putting them at a higher risk of suffering from long term health problems like obesity, diabetes and heart disease, a new survey has revealed. ANI

25 pc of Canadians exceed safe limit of calories
Poor eating habits of most Canadians are making them more susceptible to obesity, a new study has revealed. ANI

Brain of psychopaths differ in structure and function
Brain of psychopaths is different in terms of structure and function compared to those who are not suffering from the disorder, a new study has suggested. ANI

Beer, wine similarly reduce risk of heart disease
Italian researchers have found a very similar inverse association between the consumption of beer and the consumption of wine in relation to cardiovascular outcomes. ANI

Jolie's '600 calorie a day diet' a 'prescription for disaster,' says expert
Angelina Jolie is reportedly eating just 600 calories a day, and an expert has claimed it is a starvation diet and a prescription for disaster. ANI

Statins declared safe for heart
British researchers have confirmed that statins, taken by million of heart patients every day, are safe to use after an 11-year long study. ANI

Physical activity can help improve quality of sleep
Exercising at least 150 minutes a week can help people sleep significantly better and feel more alert during the day, a new study has suggested. ANI

Repeated 'little' paracetamol overdoses could be fatal
Taking even slightly too much paracetamol over a period of several days can cause a dangerous overdose that is difficult to spot, but can put the person at danger of dying, a new study has warned. ANI

Anorexics struggle between their 'real and inauthentic self'
People with Anorexia nervosa constantly face substantial inner conflicts and struggle with questions about their real and inauthentic self - whether their illness is separate from or integral to them, a new study has suggested. ANI

Babies eating fish at reduced risk of pre-school wheeze
Risk of suffering from pre school wheezing gets reduced by almost half in babies, who start eating fish before they turn nine months, a new study has suggested. ANI

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