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15/02/2018 - Asthma preventers may protect fertility
Women with asthma may suffer loss of fertility from using short-acting relievers – but not from use of preventers, according to the findings of a major study reported today. 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

08/12/2017 - Plea for pregnant women to get flu vaccine
An urgent appeal has been launched by senior doctors to ensure pregnant women get flu vaccination. More

23/08/2017 - Substance misuse rising in baby boomers
There is an increase in alcohol and drug misuse among people aged over 50, public health experts warn today. 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

13/07/2017 - Likely source of M. chimaera infection in patients uncovered
Contaminated heater-cooler units produced in Germany have been identified as the likely source of a Mycobacterium chimaera infection that affected 21 open-heart surgery patients across Europe, USA and Australia. More

11/07/2017 - First vaccine for gonorrhoea?
A meningitis vaccine may also help to protect against gonorrhoea, researchers say today. More

27/06/2017 - Heart death link to persistent mental distress
People with persistent mental distress are at increased risk of dying from coronary heart disease, a study published last night finds. More

23/06/2017 - Fertility link to coronary artery disease
The genes that increase the risk of coronary artery disease are linked to good fertility, according to the findings of an international study published last night. More

16/05/2017 - Respiratory infection increases heart attack risk
Suffering a respiratory infection increases the risk of having a heart attack during the following week significantly, according to Australian research. 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

28/03/2017 - New cancer genes unveiled
A British-led research project has found 13 new genetic variants linked with risk of developing glioma, it was announced last night. More

06/03/2017 - Malaria study points to genetic treatments
A study of the immune system reaction to malaria could lead to radical new vaccines, researchers have reported. More

25/01/2017 - Early periods linked to early menopause
New links have been found between the age of first menstrual period and a woman's risk of early or premature menopause, researchers report today. More

23/12/2016 - Cold may not cause Christmas deaths
The winter cold is not the only reason why death rates increase over the Christmas holiday period, according to a study from New Zealand. More

09/12/2016 - Heart risk from alcohol intake
Drinking alcohol even in moderation may pose serious risks for some heart conditions, researchers have warned. More

01/12/2016 - Crabs contribute to heart "patch"
Crab shells have helped create a new substance to help repair damaged hearts, it was revealed last night. More

30/11/2016 - Racquets, swimming and aerobics best for health?
Racquet sports, swimming and aerobics may be the healthiest forms of fitness, researchers say today. More

17/10/2016 - New app helps heart attack survivors
An app featuring an avatar “nurse” could be used to help people recognise the symptoms of a heart attack so that they know what to do next, a European conference has been told. More

22/09/2016 - Heart disease gene risk score unveiled
A new genetic test could identify many of those at highest risk of developing heart disease, British researchers say today. More

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