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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 person’s 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

12/02/2014 - Roll your own warning as millions quit
Roll your own cigarettes are just as harmful as factory rolled cigarettes, researchers say today. More

24/01/2014 - Vitamin D supplements – ‘no health benefits’
Vitamin D supplements probably provide little, if any, health benefits, a New Zealand study has concluded. More

23/01/2014 - New row over home birth risks
Women who choose to give birth at home are not given full information about all the risks, it was claimed today. More

20/01/2014 - Google clue to disease outbreaks
Internet search engines could help public health specialists identify disease outbreaks in their early stages, according to an Australian expert. More

18/12/2013 - Celebrities impact public health - not always for good
Doctors should take the influence of celebrities on their patients more seriously as it affects their health behaviours, doctors say today. More

22/11/2013 - Lifestyle link to ease of pregnancy
Living a healthy lifestyle before becoming pregnant can help women have uncomplicated pregnancies, according to a major new study today. More

22/11/2013 - Obesity heart risk treatable - in part
People who are overweight or obese can enjoy a significantly reduced risk of heart disease through treatments to control blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose, researchers say today. More

20/11/2013 - Employment stability boosts childbearing
Women who spend more time in casual employment are less likely to have had a baby by the age of 35, researchers say today. More

19/11/2013 - Doubts over birth problem link to brain damage
Two studies yesterday gave contradictory views of the extent that human error is responsible for brain damage to new-born babies. More

24/10/2013 - Stroke - a growing global problem
The world is experiencing a "startling" increase in the numbers of strokes affecting young adults amid growing affluence, doctors warned today. More

10/10/2013 - Middle East virus evolved in bats
The deadly new virus from the Middle East has come from bats, researchers confirm today. More

04/10/2013 - Diabetes study to investigate lifestyle choices
The prevention of diabetes 2 through diet, lifestyle and exercise is to be investigated in the largest study of its kind. More

13/09/2013 - Energy drink alcohol mixer risks suppressed - claim
Young adults may face risks from mixing energy drinks with alcohol - but research into the topic is dominated by funding from one company, it is claimed today. More

11/09/2013 - Elderly face dementia over-diagnosis - summit
Thousands of elderly people could end up wrongly "labelled" as having dementia because of global drives to develop screening for the condition, experts warn today. More

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