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15/06/2010 - Drug may cut accident deaths
A common drug could save the lives of tens of thousands of accident victims, British researchers claimed today. More

07/06/2010 - Seat-belts and air-bags not safe enough
Seat-belts and air-bags in cars save lives - but also injure hundreds of drivers, a British accident specialist has warned. More

02/06/2010 - Crack down on alcohol - UK government advisers
Professional organisations today welcomed official backing for plans to set minimum prices for alcohol. More

12/04/2010 - Cold-activated drug unveiled
Scientists have developed a drug that is only activated in cold temperatures, it has been announced. More

03/03/2010 - Football clubs not all ready for emergencies
European football stadiums are places of excitement and drama - yet they are ill-equipped to deal with heart attacks, researchers claimed today. More

19/01/2010 - Doctors struggle against Haiti devastation
The medical relief charity Medecins Sans Frontieres was finally able to begin construction of an inflatable field hospital in earthquake-shattered Haiti yesterday. More

23/12/2009 - Hospitals braced for holiday hazards
Holly and mulled wine over the holiday may pose unexpected risks, according to British hospital reports. More

03/12/2009 - Road deaths bereavement toll
The toll of road deaths in Britain may have affected as many as one in a hundred people through bereavement, researchers said today. More

09/11/2009 - Stroke ads speed treatment
A publicity campaign in England to improve emergency treatment of stroke has had a dramatic effect, it was announced today. More

13/10/2009 - Swine flu's killer streak revealed
Two new studies highlight the threat posed by swine flu in the earliest stages of the outbreak - leading to comparisons with the deadly 1918 pandemic. More

12/10/2009 - ICU warning on swine flu
Up to 20 per cent of intensive care beds could be occupied by swine flu patients if the disease becomes a winter epidemic, according to a new analysis. More

21/09/2009 - New method helps respiratory failure patients
A high-tech treatment may be the best way to treat patients worst hit by the swine-flu and other critical lung diseases, researchers have reported. More

11/09/2009 - Call to limit preventable early death
Dangerous driving is one of the main killers of young people worldwide, experts warn today. More

07/09/2009 - Virus that may stop dying
A common childhood virus may hold the clue to reversing the dying process that follows loss of oxygen, a European conference was told yesterday. More

03/08/2009 - Children can be taught resuscitation
Researchers have found that children as young as nine years old can "successfully and effectively" learn basic life support skills. More

22/07/2009 - Allergy shock treatment hope
Scientists may have found a way of limiting the danger of anaphylactic shock caused by allergic reactions. More

16/06/2009 - Global action on car deaths - call
Pedestrians, cyclists and motorcyclists account for nearly 50 per cent of all deaths on the world's roads, according to a report published yesterday. More

03/06/2009 - Warning over trampoline dangers
Having a trampoline at a family party or barbecue may be a bad idea, doctors warned today. More

29/05/2009 - Warning over caffeinated chewing gum
Italian doctors warn today of the dangers of stimulant chewing gums containing caffeine. More

09/04/2009 - Make hospitals disaster proof - WHO
Good design of health services can save thousands of lives in an emergency - and all countries need to prepare, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

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