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09/08/2017 - Web aids binge eating disorder care
Internet-based support can effectively help reduce the severity of binge eating disorder, German researchers have reported. More

06/07/2017 - Vitamins D3 and D2 have different nutritional values
The nutritional values of the two types of vitamin D are significantly different, according to British researchers today. More

26/06/2017 - Cannabinoids effective for migraine treatment
Cannabinoids are as effective as other treatments for migraine attacks, an Italian study has revealed. More

21/06/2017 - Plan to boost access to animal therapy
A national protocol is being devised for the use of animal therapy in health care, it has been announced. More

15/05/2017 - 'Little clinical benefit' for vitamin D supplements
Vitamin D supplements provide little clinical benefit for older adults, unless they have a significant deficiency, a new report has revealed. More

17/02/2017 - Vitamin that relieves schizophrenia symptoms
High doses of B vitamins can effectively reduce the symptoms of schizophrenia, researchers at Manchester University reported last night. More

16/02/2017 - Study backs vitamin D to prevent infection
Low levels of vitamin D may help explain the spread of colds and flu during the winter, according to a major international research project published today. More

02/12/2016 - Foxglove leaf tea sends woman to A&E
A woman nearly died after mistakenly brewing foxglove leaves in a herbal tea, doctors revealed today. More

28/10/2016 - Pregnant women need tailored vitamin D supplements
Vitamin D supplements are not always effective for pregnant women, a study that was published last night has shown. More

14/10/2016 - New backing for e-cigarettes
Experts have repeated their backing for e-cigarettes being used as an aid for giving up smoking. More

13/10/2016 - Cannabis may thin bones
People who are heavy users of cannabis face loss of bone density and potential risk of osteoporosis, according to a new study. More

07/10/2016 - Dangers of natural remedy for child disability
An infant with autism developed hypercalcaemia after being fed "holistic supplements" prescribed by a naturopath, a doctor reports today. More

03/08/2016 - Pre-Olympics sport supplement crack-down
Dozens of sports supplements sold in the UK contain unauthorised medicines - although the numbers may be reducing, regulators announced today. More

06/06/2016 - Iron to be tested for heart failure
A major clinical trial will test if injections of iron supplements could ease the symptoms of heart failure, it was announced today. More

04/03/2016 - Psychotic cannabis users risk hospital stays
People with psychosis who take cannabis have a 50% increased chance of being hospitalised, researchers warned today. More

17/02/2016 - Gene shows psychosis risk from cannabis
A gene has been identified that may predict which individuals would be most at risk of developing psychosis if they smoked cannabis. More

12/11/2015 - Patients reject computerised talking therapy
The use of computers to deliver cognitive behaviour therapy for depression has official backing - but is ineffective, according to the findings of a British research project today. More

03/11/2015 - ‘Alternative’ treatments relieve chronic neck pain
Having acupuncture or using the Alexander Technique offer significant results for people with chronic neck pain, a new study has revealed. More

29/10/2015 - Debate over chronic fatigue syndrome therapy
Cognitive behavioural therapy and a form of exercise therapy have shown good outcomes in a long-term study of chronic fatigue syndrome, researchers reported yesterday. More

12/10/2015 - Antioxidants found to increase malignant melanoma development
Antioxidants can double the rate of melanoma metastasis in mice, adding further weight to the belief that the molecules can increase the development of some cancers, according to new findings. More

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