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07/12/2011 - Fears over heart impact of endurance exercise
Intense endurance training may have damaging effects on the hearts of healthy people, researchers are warning. More

30/11/2011 - European men need targeted health policies
A radical new approach to health policy, research and practice is needed to improve men's health in Europe, experts say today. More

09/09/2011 - Asthma treatment hope after genetic discovery
Drugs that treat rheumatoid arthritis may work on asthma patients - so say researchers who discovered two new genetic variants that increase susceptibility to the condition. More

16/08/2011 - TV viewing may cut life expectancy
"Telly addicts", who spend all day flipping channels, may find themselves deprived of up to five years of viewing because of their habit, researchers warned today. More

28/07/2011 - Farming link to future blood cancer
Living on a farm could raise a child's risk of blood cancer, new research suggests. More

14/07/2011 - Spiders "wrongly" blamed
Too many spiders are being blamed for unexplained flesh wounds, leading to patients getting wrong treatment, doctors warned today. More

13/07/2011 - Asthma pregnancy risk
Asthma may cause problems in pregnancy, according to experts. More

06/07/2011 - Dental health linked to pregnancy success
Keeping the teeth and gums healthy may play a big role in ensuring successful conception, a conference heard yesterday. More

22/06/2011 - New pregnancy smoking warning
The children of mothers who smoke in pregnancy may face a range of problems - and new research suggests these could include cholesterol. More

17/06/2011 - Cancer vaccine shows early success
A programme that vaccinates women against cervical cancer is showing some early success, researchers reported today. More

15/06/2011 - Sleep habits may affect stillbirth risk
The ideal sleeping position for pregnant women is on the left side, according to findings published today. More

14/06/2011 - Mobile brain cancer link raises questions
Some mobile phone addicts may face an increased risk of developing brain cancer, according to the findings of a major international studies published today. More

31/05/2011 - Mail order gene testing blasted
Experts blasted private companies that offer "mail order" genetic testing today - calling for many of their activities to be banned. More

27/05/2011 - Sleepless children face weight problems
Young children risk becoming overweight by the age of seven if they do not get enough sleep, a study has claimed. More

24/05/2011 - Mushrooms and common pills offer men hope
Mushrooms and paracetamol may both help men at risk from cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

09/05/2011 - Hope for AIDS vaccine
A class of antibodies may provide a good route for vaccinating against HIV, researchers say. More

20/04/2011 - Potential heart risk from calcium supplements
Calcium supplements may slightly raise the risk of heart attack, death from heart disease, and stroke for women, according to controversial new findings. More

18/04/2011 - Treat children to prevent adult asthma - experts
Children with the allergic skin disease eczema face a high risk of developing asthma later in life, researchers have warned. More

14/04/2011 - Global call to tackle stillbirths
Millions of babies are born dead worldwide every year because simple health measures are not in place, experts said today. More

02/03/2011 - Cannabis triggers psychosis - warning
Using cannabis increases the risk of developing serious mental illness, researchers warn today. More

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