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2005-Q4 (Oct-Dec)

BBC reports on community prevention
29 Dec 2005 | Isfahan project is highlighted on BBC News Online
A change in Spain
29 Dec 2005 | The unthinkable happens as new law curbs smoking
New scrutiny for food labels
28 Dec 2005 | FDA enforces rules for listing ingredients
A chocolate a day?
20 Dec 2005 | Dark chocolate may decrease risk of heart attack
Going in the wrong direction
20 Dec 2005 | Alarming statistics on older Americans
Healthier shoppers
19 Dec 2005 | British shoppers often opt for health
Mr Kipling loses weight
15 Dec 2005 | Healthy range introduced by cake company
Mixed results for healthier fast foods
13 Dec 2005 | Restaurants experience growth from nutritious offerings, but Americans still love to indulge when dining out
Shanghai confronts hypertension
10 Dec 2005 | New programme launched
Child's play
10 Dec 2005 | New study on marketing to children released
A lucrative bid
02 Dec 2005 | Allergan makes bid for Inamed
Oral cancer indifference
02 Dec 2005 | 90% of British smokers rank mouth cancer as 'low priority'
WHO demands more from food industry
21 Nov 2005 | Current industry efforts deemed ‘inadequate’
A preventable toll
18 Nov 2005 | 'Substantial proportion' of cancer deaths could be avoided
‘Goodnight Moon’ goes smokeless
17 Nov 2005 | Children's classic by Margaret Wise Brown is now smoke-free
Poor diets drain NHS resources
15 Nov 2005 | Unhealthy diets cost NHS £6 billion per year
Helping hearts
15 Nov 2005 | Simple stress test predicts fatal heart problems
Extreme diets: heart feels force
14 Nov 2005 | Researchers at Oxford University have found that high-fat, low-carbohydrate diets can reduce energy to the heart
Movie star quits
14 Nov 2005 | Bollywood star helps nation to quit smoking
OxHA confronts diabetes realities
14 Nov 2005 | OxHA press conference marks World Diabetes Day