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31/12/2012 - Winter virus puzzle
Health experts have admitted being puzzled by the pre-Christmas surge in cases of the sickness virus, norovirus. More

07/12/2012 - Cut fat and shed pounds - study
Cutting fat out of the diet can work wonders for the figure - and health, researchers say today. More

30/11/2012 - HIV spread threat to Europe
The number of HIV cases shows no signs of a decline in the EU region and continues to rise in eastern Europe and central Asia, a report out today says. More

22/10/2012 - Cyber-bullying link to suicide
An expert has called for social media companies to take steps to protect teenagers from cyber-bullying - warning that it contributes to suicides. More

03/10/2012 - Vitamin D no good for colds, study suggests
A new study has found no evidence that taking a vitamin D supplement can reduce the chance of catching a cold. More

03/10/2012 - Indoor sunbeds linked to three skin cancer types
Further evidence has shown the dangers of using indoor tanning booths, researchers warn today. More

16/08/2012 - Joy at anti-smoking success
Campaigners claim a major blow has been dealt to the tobacco industry after a court backed the introduction of plain packaging for cigarettes. More

15/08/2012 - New cocoa link to blood pressure reduction
Eating dark chocolate and cocoa may reduce blood pressure, researchers say today. More

03/08/2012 - Why women live longer?
Women tend to live longer than men - and it may be in the genes they give to their sons, researchers revealed yesterday. More

12/07/2012 - Teen risks push blood pressure high - warning
Teenage girls who take the Pill and boys who drink alcohol are putting their bodies at risk from heart disease and high blood pressure in late adolescence, researchers warned yesterday. More

29/06/2012 - Hope for once-a-day HIV pill
A new once-a-day pill for HIV infection has beaten conventional treatments in a series of trials, it was announced today. More

01/06/2012 - Dark chocolate could be medicine?
Eating dark chocolate every day could help people who are at risk of developing heart disease and diabetes, according to an analysis published today. More

24/05/2012 - New calcium supplements warning
People who take calcium supplements to strengthen their bones need to be careful they do not put their hearts at risk, researchers warned today. More

08/05/2012 - Test-tube treatments linked to birth defects
Some of the techniques used to help women get pregnant carry a significant risk of leading to birth defects, researchers have warned. More

25/04/2012 - New and old risks to adolescent health
A series of articles in this week's Lancet highlights the wide range of health risks faced by adolescents in the modern world. More

13/04/2012 - Toxic plants and endangered animal traces found in traditional Chinese medicines
DNA sequencing technology has revealed that some traditional Chinese medicines contain potentially toxic plant ingredients, allergens, and traces of endangered animals. More

04/04/2012 - Rare breast cancer risk gene located
A newly-identified breast cancer gene could open the door to further genetic discoveries, researchers reported yesterday. More

16/03/2012 - Diabetes link to white rice
People should switch to eating wholegrain rice because consuming white rice regularly can “significantly increase” the risk of developing diabetes, it was claimed today. More

09/03/2012 - Pregnancies linked to reduced MS risk
Women’s risk of developing multiple sclerosis decreases with each pregnancy, a new study has claimed. More

08/03/2012 - Cut unnecessary induction of labour, say researchers
Findings from a new study have prompted researchers to call for fewer instances of induction of labour among healthy pregnant women. More

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