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20/03/2013 - Caffeine cuts long-distance crash risk
Coffee and other caffeinated substances can cut long distance drivers' risk of crashing, researchers report today. More

25/02/2013 - Stroke breakthrough
British researchers may have made a breakthrough in the search for emergency treatments for stroke, it was announced last night. More

24/01/2013 - Bank holiday danger for emergencies
Bank holidays are even more dangerous for emergency patients than weekends, researchers warn today. More

04/01/2013 - Benefits of road safety - WHO report
Taking simple measures to cut road crashes not only saves lives, but also brings about major economic benefits, according to a major international study. More

21/12/2012 - Fall over Friday warning
Hospitals should brace themselves for an epidemic of alcohol-related injuries tonight, experts warned today. More

19/11/2012 - New drive to cut cardiac arrest death
Soccer star turned actor Vinnie Jones returned to the fray today in a new campaign aimed at persuading the public to "get tough" with heart attacks. More

02/11/2012 - Health visitors urged to step up accident prevention
Campaigners want health visitors to step up efforts to teach young parents how to avoid serious accidents. More

22/10/2012 - Female heart survival lags "significantly"
A woman's chances of surviving a heart attack are about a third of those faced by a man, according to a major new study. More

03/10/2012 - Eye risk from bird-scarer fireworks
An increasingly popular type of firework - based on bird-scarers - poses a high risk of serious eye injury, doctors warn today. More

21/09/2012 - Undiagnosed cancers that become emergencies
Tens of thousands of patients with cancer are only being diagnosed when they are rushed as emergencies to hospitals, according to figures published today. More

29/08/2012 - Experts set out lightning guidelines
Wilderness doctors have published new guidance for dealing with the effects of lightning - including the best way to avoid it when caught in the open. More

27/08/2012 - Stroke treatment device success
New devices to remove blood clots from the brains of stroke patients are proving remarkably successful, researchers reported last night. More

14/08/2012 - When belief leads to “futile” treatment for sick children
Some very sick children are being subjected to futile care and needless suffering because their deeply religious parents hope for a “miraculous intervention”, it is claimed today. More

09/08/2012 - Hospitals short of poison antidotes
Many British hospitals do not stock antidotes for well-known poisons such as cyanide or the viper bite, it was reported today. More

07/08/2012 - Drug hope for gas poisoning
An anti-angina drug could provide a treatment for carbon monoxide poisoning, French and British researchers revealed yesterday. More

22/06/2012 - Child magnet warning
The use of magnets on children's toys could pose a major health risk, two doctors warn today. More

18/06/2012 - Plea for parent child safety help
Health professionals have been urged to help "stressed" parents with ensuring the safety of their children. More

14/06/2012 - Beauty device child safety warning
A nurse has found a new use for hair straighteners - frying eggs. More

05/06/2012 - City rises to spring challenge
A primary care trust is taking action against the risks to children posed by trampolines. More

24/05/2012 - Clock change link to accidents
Britain's twice yearly clock change is causing a steep increase in traffic accidents, surgeons warned yesterday. More

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