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Poll Reveals Top 10 Fibs That Female Dieters Tell

7th January 2012 17:55

In line with January being a popular time to shed the excess weight that the festive season brought, market research commissioned by watch manufacturer Timex has revealed the Top 10 lies that British women tell when dieting. The Timex survey of 3,000 British… Read more...


Poll Shows British Love of Takeaways But Points to Health and Money Implications

14th December 2011 18:05

According to the Benenden Healthcare Society poll of 2,000 respondents conducted recently, the average Briton will eat an average of 46 takeaway dishes each year, amounting to a spend of £17,250. The study further revealed that most people in the UK… Read more...


Survey Claims One in Four UK Women Dangerously Overweight

1st December 2011 17:29

According to survey figures that have just been announced by Eurostat, the weight profile of the UK female population is significantly worse than that of their European counterparts. The study of 19 countries (which excluded the United States) revealed that… Read more...


Poll Reveals Nationss Attitude to Pudding Treats

19th November 2011 15:19

A poll of 3,000 Britons by Crown Carveries has measured the public’s pudding habits – it found that seven in ten women spend up to 20 minutes deciding whether to have a dessert in a restaurant. Most ladies were seen to finally give in to temptation… Read more...


International Survey Finds UK GPs Score High for Complex Healthcare

10th November 2011 16:51

A global healthcare survey covering 11 high-income countries has found the UK to be top when it comes to treating patients with complex problems. The study in the participating countries included more than 18,000 adults age 18 or older who were in fair or… Read more...


Survey Warns of Health Risk Due to Brit Decline in Walking

24th October 2011 17:50

Following the results of a Department for Transport survey which found a marked decrease in the amount of walking that Britons engage in, scientists fear that cancer rates in the UK will rise. The survey discovered that the average person went on just 210… Read more...


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