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17/10/2014 - Call for rethink on pregnancy threat
The search for the causes of a condition which threatens pregnant women has been directed in the wrong places, experts said yesterday. More

06/10/2014 - Height genes in the hundreds
British researchers have helped to identify nearly 700 genetic variants linked to human height, it was announced last night. More

30/09/2014 - Combinations set to revolutionise melanoma care
New combination treatments for melanoma halve the risk of the disease progressing, researchers have told a European conference. More

23/09/2014 - Ban sports supplement sponsorship call
Sporting organisations are giving "unwarranted credibility" to energy drinks and supplements by allowing them to sponsor events and teams, it was claimed today. More

21/08/2014 - Search for new diabetes treatment
Researchers may have found a new clue to the causes of diabetes - opening up the way to new treatments to prevent the disease, it was announced yesterday. More

25/07/2014 - Fertility treatments bad for global warming - claim
A crackdown on fertility treatment would help cut population size and tackle global warming, an expert claims today. More

24/07/2014 - Paracetamol pointless for back-ache - study
Paracetamol does nothing for people with low back-pain, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

22/07/2014 - Yoghurt for blood pressure?
Natural yoghurt and other probiotics may help cut blood pressure, researchers said yesterday. More

18/07/2014 - AIDS-related deaths more than halved
AIDS-related causes of death among adults with HIV have more than halved in 10 years, a study out today has revealed. More

11/07/2014 - Weather link to back-pain rejected
People sometimes blame the weather for their back-ache - but they are usually wrong, researchers said yesterday. More

24/06/2014 - Life-jacket call for hobby sailors
People who like messing around in boats should be required to wear life-jackets, according to Australian experts. More

21/05/2014 - Depression risk years after birth
New mothers should be kept under surveillance for several years to ensure they stay mentally healthy, researchers say today. More

24/04/2014 - Gene hope for hearing treatment
The cochlear implant was a revolution in the treatment of hearing loss - and now researchers say they can boost it with gene therapy. More

07/04/2014 - No benefit of probiotics on colic
Infants with colic may not benefit from so-called probiotics - yoghurt type foods aimed at replenishing gut bacteria, according to a new study. More

04/04/2014 - Single exercise session effective for whiplash
Intense physiotherapy sessions are no better than a single session plus telephone advice when it comes to treating chronic whiplash injury, a new study in Australia has found. More

07/03/2014 - Severe osteoarthritis risk revealed in hands
The lower the ratio between a personís index and ring fingers, the higher their risk of developing severe osteoarthritis in the knees, a new Australian study has claimed. More

06/03/2014 - Passive smoking risk to children's arteries
Passive smoking in childhood can cause irreversible damage to children's arteries, researchers warned yesterday. More

05/03/2014 - HPV vaccine 'effective'
The HPV vaccination programme successfully protects young women against cervical abnormalities, according to a new study published today. More

13/02/2014 - Acupuncture needles flawed
Acupuncture is a popular alternative medicine, widely used in its country of origin - but the quality of needles has not kept pace with modern manufacturing techniques, experts say today. More

13/02/2014 - Sexual assault 'endemic' worldwide
Women around the world suffer high rates of sexual assault from men who are not their partners, researchers said yesterday. More

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