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30/09/2015 - Calcium supplement benefit for bones challenged
Calcium is not effective for the prevention of fractures, either via diet or supplements, according to research published today. More

17/09/2015 - Adolescent antidepressant study was "flawed"
A commonly used antidepressant was wrongly reported as being safe and effective for adolescents at the beginning of the century, researchers reported today. More

14/09/2015 - 3D printing used for rib repair
Surgeons have used a 3D printed implant to repair the sternum and rib cage of a 54-year-old man, it has been announced. More

26/08/2015 - Chlamydia screening backed for pregnancy
The routine chlamydia screening of pregnant women within a particular age range would be a cost-effective move, researchers say today. More

31/07/2015 - Stand up for health - study
Standing rather than sitting during idle moments could help burn up fat and blood sugar, researchers report today. More

20/07/2015 - New hope to treat tropical ulcers
An increasingly common tropical skin disease may be treatable with anticoagulants, British researchers have reported. More

09/07/2015 - Premature birth link to heart disease
Women who have given birth prematurely face a significantly increased risk of developing heart disease, aggravated if they have smoked, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Drinking alcohol while pregnant ‘common’
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is common among women in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia – especially if they are also smokers, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Ageing process starts in young adults
Just 18 biological measures can be combined to see how quickly people age, according to a new study. 1 comments More

23/06/2015 - Skinny jeans not for squatting
Skinny jeans are increasingly popular - but squatting in them can do serious damage to the legs, doctors warn today. More

03/06/2015 - Heart condition best tested during exercise
Heart tests for athletes are most useful when undertaken during exercise, researchers say today. More

15/04/2015 - Human rights laws can protect women
Preventable deaths among mothers around the world will only be avoided when women's human rights are properly addressed, a senior British doctor has warned. More

01/04/2015 - Does paracetamol ease back pain?
Paracetamol is not as effective as previously thought for spinal pain, researchers say today. More

16/03/2015 - Kidney failure kills two million a year
More than two million people across the world die prematurely from kidney failure every year because they cannot access life-saving dialysis or transplantation. More

13/03/2015 - Tobacco-free world achievable by 2040
The United Nations should lead a turbo-charged effort to rid the world of tobacco sale and consumption by 2040, an international group of health experts will say today. More

09/03/2015 - How tobacco kills its users
Two in three smokers are dying because of their habit, finds a new study from Australia. More

04/03/2015 - Screening over-diagnosis okay for most
Participants in cancer screening are willing to accept some risk of wrong diagnosis, according to a new study. More

24/02/2015 - Anger link to heart attack
People who suffer intense anger face a massively increased risk of heart attack, researchers warned today. More

18/02/2015 - No benefit of naps after age two
Toddlers who nap in the daytime may have a reduced quality of sleep at night, researchers warn today. More

22/01/2015 - Rethink call on child screen time
A two hour limit on children's daily exposure to television and computer games may have become unrealistic, researchers have warned today. More

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