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30/01/2015 - Head blows linked to slower processing speeds
Repeated blows to the head can lead to slower processing speeds and smaller volumes in some parts of the brain particularly in boxers, researchers warn today. More

15/12/2014 - Sedative woke coma patient
A common sedative drug unexpectedly awoke a patient from a coma, Italian doctors have reported. More

18/11/2014 - Global call to prevent drowning
Drowning is among the ten leading causes of children and young people in all parts of the world, according to a major report published last night. More

24/06/2014 - Life-jacket call for hobby sailors
People who like messing around in boats should be required to wear life-jackets, according to Australian experts. More

24/06/2014 - Warning on fat-burning drug
A toxic "fat-burning" chemical is becoming increasingly popular with body-obsessed Britons, doctors warned today. More

15/05/2014 - Depression and suicide afflict world's teens
The world's main cause of teenage illness is depression, according to a major report yesterday. More

07/02/2014 - Texting while driving 'must stop'
Texting on mobile phones may be responsible for a growing number of accidents, doctors have warned. More

04/02/2014 - Prevention needed to reduce toddler burns
Targeted prevention is needed to reduce the number of small children who suffer burns and scalds, doctors warn today. More

17/12/2013 - Electronic tags to revolutionise disaster response
Researchers have told how they are developing a system of electronic tags for major emergencies. More

26/11/2013 - Allergy risk lower than murder risk
People with food allergies are more likely to be murdered than to die from a severe reaction, researchers said yesterday. More

08/10/2013 - Booming economy leads to 'higher' death rates
A booming economy leads to more deaths among middle-aged and older people than a recession-hit economy, according to a major study published today. More

02/10/2013 - Child deaths down but injuries still a problem
Most child deaths in Britain are linked to chronic conditions - although some of these are the result of preventable accidents, according to a new study. More

19/09/2013 - Portable test for osteoporosis
A handheld device that can diagnose the early signs of the bone condition osteoporosis could be available for use within five years, researchers hope. More

19/08/2013 - Mental health challenge for disaster relief
Disaster relief agencies should seek to strengthen local mental health services, according to a report published today. More

13/08/2013 - Plan to protect footballers
Football clubs should step up measures to prepare for medical emergencies following a series of incidents involving players, experts say today. More

01/08/2013 - Call for cardiac arrest action
Too many people in the UK are dying from cardiac arrest because not enough is done to encourage first aid, two heart specialists say today. More

25/07/2013 - Bystanders could save lives - heart experts
Thousands of lives can be saved every year if more members of the public learn heart resuscitation techniques, experts said today. More

24/07/2013 - Anti-bleeding drug widely ignored
A simple treatment could save the lives of countless bleeding trauma patients and is "shockingly" neglected, experts say today. More

21/06/2013 - Women face epidemic of violence
Violence against women is a health problem of epidemic proportions, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. More

11/06/2013 - Arthritis centre will examine sporting injuries
A 3 million research centre has been launched by Arthritis Research UK that will focus on the impact of sports injuries. More

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