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19/01/2018 - Eve, toothpaste and malaria drugs
An artificially intelligent robot has helped to discover that an ingredient in toothpaste could be used as an anti-malarial drug, British researchers have reported. More

10/01/2018 - Obesity prevention gene found in Pakistan and Greenland
A newly analysed gene is linked to the risk of obesity via the malfunction of a protein controlling appetite control, researchers reported last night. More

19/12/2017 - Concern as stem cell searches lead to unproven therapies
Centres offering unproven stem cell therapies are crowding internet search engines, British experts have warned. More

15/12/2017 - Gene link to early-onset breast cancer
British researchers have found a genetic variant underlying the development of breast cancer in young women, it was announced today. More

28/11/2017 - Obesity threat to cardiovascular health – especially in UK
The world’s wealthiest countries have successfully reduced deaths from cardiovascular disease and stroke – but this is under threat from rising rates of obesity, according to a major study published today. More

23/11/2017 - Algae hope for diagnostic nanobots
Remote controlled nanobots could be engineered from algae to make them biodegradeable and useful for medicine, researchers reported last night. More

20/11/2017 - Euro-Asian conference studies cultural barriers to cancer care
Efforts to improve breast cancer detection among women from Asian societies need education programmes tailored to local culture, a major conference heard yesterday. More

10/11/2017 - Cholera map to aid prediction
Cholera has been endemic in Asia for 50 years, repeatedly crossing into Africa and Latin America, according to a major study of the disease published last night. More

09/11/2017 - UK GP visits shorter than other rich nations
GP consultation lengths in the UK are twice the global average – but lag well behind other developed countries, according to a major analysis published today. More

02/11/2017 - Acid reflux drugs link to gastric cancer studied
New findings suggest that long-term use of proton pump inhibitors is linked with an increased risk of gastric cancer in patients infected with Helicobacter pylori - even after the infection has been treated. More

31/10/2017 - TB progress stalling - WHO
Progress against TB in most countries is “stalling” and is not fast enough, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

27/10/2017 - New drive for zero measles deaths as UK pumps cash into vaccines
The number of people dying from measles worldwide last year was less than 100,000 for the first time, it was announced last night. More

12/10/2017 - Fragile progress against drug-resistance
Progress in tackling drug-resistant organisms is “fragile,” senior scientists warn today. More

29/09/2017 - Typhoid vaccine passes trial
A new vaccine could prevent more than half of typhoid infections, researchers report today. More

28/09/2017 - Abortion safety a global problem
Nearly half of all the abortions performed worldwide are unsafe, researchers warn today. More

30/08/2017 - Sleep quality link to heart risk
People who do not get enough restful sleep may be at a raised risk of ischaemic heart disease and stroke, a new study suggests. More

17/08/2017 - COPD's worldwide toll
More than three million people die worldwide from chronic respiratory diseases every year, according to an analysis published today. More

21/07/2017 - Warning on growing HIV drug resistance
Progress in HIV treatment is under threat from growing rates of drug resistance, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

18/07/2017 - Infant vaccination rates too low - WHO
About 10% of infants worldwide still have no contact with vaccination programmes, according to a new global analysis. More

17/07/2017 - Project to test smartphone diabetes screening
Doctors in Scotland and India are to work together on a major project to improve diabetes care, including the use of smartphones for screening, it has been announced. More

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