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10/09/2013 - New drug hope for ectopic pregnancy
Women who suffer from an ectopic pregnancy could be helped by a cancer drug, researchers have revealed. More

09/09/2013 - Electronic cigarettes aid quitters
The controversial new electronic cigarettes may be better than other aids, such as patches, in helping smokers give up, researchers report today. More

29/08/2013 - Psychiatric illnesses world's biggest problem
Mental illness and substance abuse between them are the biggest cause of chronic illness worldwide, researchers reveal today. More

22/08/2013 - Flu jab may protect middle-aged heart
Middle-aged people with hidden heart disease may gain protection from flu vaccination, researchers reveal today. More

05/08/2013 - Pills that donít help women conceive
Women who are struggling to become pregnant gain nothing by taking anti-oxidant vitamin pills, researchers warned today. More

31/07/2013 - Kidney disease label too broad
Too many people are being told they have kidney disease, experts claim today. More

23/07/2013 - Cigarette package deterrent rebuff for government
Early signs show that plain packaging of cigarettes in Australia is having an impact on smokers, researchers say today. More

17/07/2013 - Drinking in pregnancy 'predictable'
Women's pre-pregnancy drinking habits are linked to the amount they tend to drink when pregnant, new research shows. More

11/07/2013 - Delay baby clamp - advice
Babies benefit from keeping the umbilical cord connection to their mother for a few minutes after birth, experts say today. More

07/06/2013 - Knee ops vary among neighbours
Rates of knee operation vary massively in the world's wealthiest countries, a conference heard yesterday. More

18/04/2013 - Stars face loss of years
Most performers live past the mythical age of 27 - but they still die on average younger than others, researchers reveal today. More

16/04/2013 - Fainting genes studied
The tendency to faint may be genetic - but not the triggers that make people collapse, researchers say today. More

27/03/2013 - Pregnancy sunshine vitamin problem
Pregnant women who are low in the "sunshine vitamin" D may have an increased risk of a range of health problems, researchers warn today. More

20/03/2013 - Caffeine cuts long-distance crash risk
Coffee and other caffeinated substances can cut long distance drivers' risk of crashing, researchers report today. More

12/03/2013 - Sports concussion serious - experts
Sports doctors should not believe that players are protected from concussion by helmets and mouthguards, experts say today. More

11/03/2013 - Red wine drugs could stem ageing
Drugs based on a red wine chemical are set to provide radical new anti-ageing treatments, helping to prevent diseases such as cancer and Alzheimer's disease, researchers have revealed. More

25/02/2013 - Hope for flu drug
Scientists are working on a new kind of flu drug, it has been revealed. More

12/02/2013 - UK lung cancer death rate challenge
Patients with lung cancer in the UK have some of the poorest survival rates in the developed world, researchers revealed today. More

30/01/2013 - Reticent Brits reluctant to visit GP
People in the UK are more likely to avoid visiting the doctor through embarrassment or fear of wasting the doctor's time than people in other countries, researchers say today. More

15/01/2013 - Fast food link to allergies
Fast food may be linked to rising rates of asthma and allergic diseases in the developed world, researchers report today. More

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