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03/04/2012 - Hands on CPR shows new benefits
British campaigners have welcomed new research showing wide-ranging benefits from basic heart resuscitation. More

10/02/2012 - Cannabis doubles car crash risk
Cannabis users who drive within three hours of taking the drug are at double the risk of crashing than those who are not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, researchers said today. More

17/01/2012 - Headphone hazard to pedestrians
The iPod revolution is creating a new hazard for young adults, researchers warned today. More

04/01/2012 - Staying Alive - the kiss-free way
A 70s disco classic by the Bee Gees is set to be a new life-saving song, it was announced today. More

30/12/2011 - Watch out for those maids-a-milking
Comedians have made fun of the hazards faced by recipients of the gifts in the partridge in a pear tree - and now British analysts have revealed the real-life toll involved in activities such as milking cows. More

15/12/2011 - Media fuel cardiac arrest illusion
The British people may have a rosy view of the survival chances of people who suffer cardiac arrest, it was claimed today. More

03/11/2011 - Nellie no life-saver
The jingly song Nellie the Elephant should no longer be used to train in heart resuscitation - nor should any other music, researchers say. More

25/10/2011 - Fizz link to violence
Teenagers who drink large numbers of cans of sugary, fizzy drinks may be prone to violent behaviour, researchers warned today. More

07/10/2011 - Everest offers intensive care clues
Nitric oxide may improve the recovery of critically ill patients in intensive care, according to research conducted on the slopes of the world's highest mountain. More

22/09/2011 - Antibiotic gel to treat Lyme disease
German researchers have devised a quick and simple treatment for Lyme disease, using a gel. More

14/07/2011 - Spiders "wrongly" blamed
Too many spiders are being blamed for unexplained flesh wounds, leading to patients getting wrong treatment, doctors warned today. More

08/06/2011 - Arm-squeezing to boost heart care?
British researchers are testing a simple new procedure to improve the prospects of heart attack victims. More

02/06/2011 - Surgeons keep footballers playing
Modern treatment means that most footballers return to the sport successfully after breaking bones, Scottish surgeons reported yesterday. More

16/05/2011 - Resus training plea for schools
All school students should learn resuscitation skills, campaigners claimed today. More

29/03/2011 - Teen death toll a world problem
Teenagers are dying around the world in large numbers from various kinds of injury, experts warned today. More

11/02/2011 - Wear helmets - skiers urged
Sport scientists have called for skiers and snowboarders to wear ski helmets in a bid to reduce brain injuries. More

27/01/2011 - Battlefield trauma
Soldiers who undergo severe trauma on the battlefield may suffer major effects on their health later in life, according to a new study. More

19/01/2011 - Device could boost resus survival
A mechanical device could dramatically improve survival rates of patients who get on-the-spot treatment for heart attack, researchers reported today. More

31/12/2010 - Eclipse eye damage warning
People wishing to witness a partial eclipse on January 4 risk eye damage and blindness if they look directly at the event, a senior doctor has warned. More

30/06/2010 - Child window blind risk warning
Venetian blinds need redesigning to prevent injury to young children, a paediatrician says today. More

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