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29/11/2021 - Syphilis circulating globally - new warning
Syphilis is "back" and is spreading globally, according to a major new study. More

18/11/2021 - Public health measures needed alongside vaccination to reduce COVID-19
Handwashing, mask wearing, and physical distancing should continue alongside vaccinations because they help to reduce the incidence of COVID-19, experts say today. More

16/11/2021 - Miscarriage should be recognised as a bereavement
The UK should follow New Zealand's lead and recognise miscarriage in the first six months of pregnancy as a bereavement, not just as an illness, a psychiatrist argues today. More

02/11/2021 - Cautious results over zinc supplements for respiratory infection
Taking a zinc supplement could fend off the symptoms of respiratory tract infections and reduce the time of illness, new analysis reveals today. More

23/09/2021 - Metformin could be a treatment for women with pre-eclampsia
Metformin shows promise as a treatment for preterm pre-eclampsia, a study reveals today. More

22/09/2021 - Parent-led intervention for early signs of autism
Early parent-led intervention may help infants with autism spectrum disorder-related behaviours manage their symptoms, according to a major new study. More

10/08/2021 - Global eradication of COVID-19 'technically feasible'
The global eradication of COVID-19 is “technically” feasible, experts say today. More

13/07/2021 - Athletes face 'more than double the risk' of atrial fibrillation
Athletes are almost two and a half times more likely to develop atrial fibrillation than non-athletes, British researchers warn today. More

08/07/2021 - Back pain drugs and orthopaedic procedures questioned
Prescribing muscle relaxant drugs for low back pain gives only short-term relief and there is an increased risk of side-effects, new analysis claims today. More

30/06/2021 - Harms of poor sleep cut by greater exercise
Researchers have found that the health impact of poor sleep may be mitigated by adequate physical activity. More

17/06/2021 - 'Serious privacy problems' warning over mobile health apps
Thousands of free mobile health apps downloaded to smart devices have inadequate and inconsistent privacy practices, according to new analysis published today. More

30/03/2021 - Glaucoma type linked to cognitive impairment risk
Normal-tension glaucoma has been linked to an increased risk of cognitive impairment and possibly dementia, Australian researchers report today. More

26/02/2021 - Increased opioid agonist treatment could reduce drug deaths
Scaling up the use of opioid agonists could help to reduce drug-related deaths substantially, new international research claims. More

09/02/2021 - Smartphone app aids pneumonia diagnosis
A smartphone-based algorithm has been developed that can diagnose community-acquired pneumonia without the need for chest x-rays, research reveals today. More

22/01/2021 - Half a million doctors needed for cancer surgery
The world will need half a million more doctors in the next 20 years, just to cope with growing demand for cancer surgery, according to a major new analysis. More

21/01/2021 - Antidepressants 'ineffective' for back pain and osteoarthritis
Antidepressant drugs do not provide any benefit for people with back and osteoarthritis pain, according to a review published. More

22/12/2020 - How fitness apps help boost health
Smartphone fitness apps and wearable activity trackers help to boost physical activity levels, according to an Australian study published today. More

13/10/2020 - Novel map of immune cells developed
A novel map that charts how cells learn to fight microbes and then preserve a memory for future infections has been drawn up for the first time. More

08/10/2020 - Genomic surveillance reveals re-emergence of yaws
Genomic surveillance has revealed the re-emergence of the bacterium that causes yaws, scientists have announced. More

29/09/2020 - Preventing heart disease would keep people employed
Preventative strategies that delay the onset of coronary heart disease would keep people in employment and save nearly 15 US billion dollars, according to a new Australian study. More

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