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16/04/2019 - Diabetes drug protects against kidney disease
A drug developed to help people with diabetes has been found to reduce heart failure, major cardiovascular events and protect against kidney failure. More

12/04/2019 - Post-operative opioids need better management - experts
Post-operative patients need access to specialist pain clinics to help prevent dependency on opioids, experts say today. More

02/04/2019 - Drugs used to enhance sexual experiences, especially in UK
People in the UK are more likely to combine drugs with sex than those living in other countries, researchers report today. More

18/02/2019 - How AI could improve ovarian cancer care
Artificial intelligence can improve the prognostic accuracy of ovarian cancer tests by a factor of four, British researchers have reported. More

11/02/2019 - Warning on 'heat not burn' tobacco devices
A new generation of e-cigarettes that use raw tobacco are as toxic as traditional cigarettes, researchers say today. More

05/02/2019 - Largest gut bacteria database launches
Scientists have discovered more than 100 new gut bacteria as part of a project to create the biggest database of its kind, it was announced last night. More

01/02/2019 - Statins reduce cardiovascular disease risk in older people - review
Patients over the age of 75 benefit from taking statins to reduce their risk of developing cardiovascular disease, according to an analysis published today. More

11/01/2019 - High fibre diet linked to reduced NCD risk - official
People who eat high levels of dietary fibre and whole grains reduce their risk of developing non-communicable diseases compared with those who consume less, according to a global analysis of studies over 40 years published today. More

08/01/2019 - Female heart risk gene pin-pointed
A British-led study has identified the first gene linked to a major cause of acute coronary syndrome in young women, it was announced last night. More

28/12/2018 - Speeding up scabies elimination
Public health campaigns to eliminate scabies in poor countries could be speeded up by faster diagnosis, British experts have reported. More

15/11/2018 - Drug combination for neuroblastoma?
A new drug combination has shown “highly significant” results in laboratory tests on neuroblastoma, a European conference will hear today. More

19/10/2018 - Women face more chemotherapy side-effects
Women being treated for oesophageal and stomach cancer may experience certain chemotherapy side-effects more often than men, according to analysis published last night. More

18/10/2018 - Australia reports on PrEP success
Rapid and high coverage roll-out of PrEP programme can have a dramatic impact on the spread of HIV, Australian researchers report today. More

09/10/2018 - Cheap DNA test to predict cardiovascular risk?
A cheap, one-off DNA test early in life could predict if someone had a high risk of a heart attack, according to new international research published last night. More

21/09/2018 - Global premature death targets missed
Most of the world's nations – including the UK, USA and China – are likely to fall short of the United Nations target for reducing the number of premature deaths from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to a report out today. More

17/09/2018 - Paracetamol use in infancy linked to asthma risk
Children who take paracetamol before the age of two years may face an increased risk of developing asthma by the age of 18, especially if they have specific variants in one particular gene, a European conference will hear today. More

31/07/2018 - Cannabis medicine hope for pancreatic cancer
Researchers have hailed a “remarkable” research finding that could have a significant impact on people being treated for pancreatic cancer. More

27/07/2018 - Scuba divers urged to watch weight
Scuba diving might seem a healthy hobby – but many enthusiasts put themselves at risk by neglecting their health, according to a major new study. More

20/07/2018 - Diet, but not supplements, prevents cancer - studies
A healthy diet may help prevent cancer – but some supplements and alternative therapies offer no benefits, according to a series of studies reported today. More

05/07/2018 - Sleep disorder-dementia link
New research findings are linking obstructive sleep apnoea and the development of dementia. More

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