Health Headlines: Meat and bowel cancer, diabetes risks and Parkinson's disease bacteria

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Red meat causes bowel cancer - The Daily Mail
Consuming roast beef, lamb and pork increases your risk of developing the disease.
Less red meat could prevent 17,000 bowel cancer cases each year

Diabetes - The Scotsman
Having diabetes has the same effect on someone's risk of death as living in one of Scotland's most deprived communities.
Diabetics from wealthy homes 'live as long as poorest Scots'

Parkinson's disease linked to Helicobacter pylori - The BBC
The bacteria responsible for stomach ulcers have been linked to Parkinson's disease.
Bacteria 'linked' to Parkinson's disease

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