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World health emergency as polio on the rise

The World Health Organisation has declared a public health emergency on polio after recent outbreaks.

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Coffee could help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes

Not sure if you should be reaching for that third coffee? There may be some health merit to your daily caffeine ritual.

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Cholesterol by-product fuels breast cancer

Research has found the growth and spread of breast cancer can be fuelled by a by-product of cholesterol.

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China’s air pollution reduces citizens life expectancy

China’s air pollution problem is well documented. But now it seems it is shortening its citizen’s life expectancy.

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Joint effort

High-impact activities such as running and jumping can speed up the progression of arthritis.

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Obesity-related health issues could skip a generation

Children of obese mothers may be spared the related health risks, but their grandchildren may not.

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Bowel cancer prevention

Age, genetics as well as diet and lifestyle affect the risks of developing bowel cancer. Professor Michael Findlay joins the program to discuss the benefits of early intervention and diagnosis.

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New IVF treatment could triple success rate

A new fertility treatment could dramatically improve the success rate for IVF couples.

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Illicit drug use linked to brain abnormalities

A high rate of illegal drug use could see an alarming rise in Parkinson’s disease for users later on.

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Kate shows off baby bump at scout parade

Despite being six months pregnant, the Duchess of Cambridge shows no signs of slowing down – even increasing her charitable work.

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Metabolic syndrome

Carrying extra weight around your middle? Suffer from high blood pressure, high cholesterol or have problems with sugar? You could be one of the 25 per cent of Australians suffering from Metabolic Syndrome explains Jennifer Elliott.

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The season for semen

It seems that even for sperm, there is a season, with the colder months coming up trumps for those trying to conceive, according to the latest research.

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Heart disease detected in newborns of obese mothers

Startling new research has uncovered that expectant mothers who are overweight could increase their child’s chances of developing heart disease.

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World AIDS Day 2012

There has been an increase in new cases of AIDS in the last 12 months, but this no longer spells a death sentence, thanks to recent modern medicine updates. Find out what else is on the agenda at this weekend’s World AIDS Day event.

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Speak active

Nanette Murtie is a psychologist with the British Association of Sport and Exercise Science (BASES). She explains why walking may be the most convenient mode of activity that we ought to promote in the fight against obesity.

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Walktober

Walktober is happening next month, so we caught up with Fiona Bailey, CEO of Physical Activity Australia, to find out how we can stave off obesity and what we can do to increase the amount of physical activity in our daily life.

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MiNDFOOD Radio: Michelle McHugh

MiNDFOOD Food Director Michelle tells us how to get more pork on our fork and inspires with her cook once eat twice food philosophy with these time-saving recipe ideas.

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Two ways to increase your milk consumption

Two quick and easy recipes to increase your milk consumption for healthy bones, brought to you by MiNDFOOD.

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What causes sweating?

A look at the causes of sweating, such as an increase of adrenalin in our bodies, and how we can reduce it, MiNDFOOD Podcasts Present.

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Eat right for your baby

Eating well before, during and after your pregnancy will benefit both you and your baby, MiNDFOOD reports.

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Organic coffee posts surprise growth

Health consciousness and customer habits help push organic coffee products towards a surprise 12 per cent growth, reports MiNDFOOD

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Heatwaves hit Australian wine output

Wines from the southern hemisphere continue to gain market share in the world, but bad weather conditions in Australia and other countries could have an impact on production in 2009.

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