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17/09/2010 - UN will miss child death target
The United Nations will not achieve its target to reduce the global child death rate by two-thirds, experts warn today. More

06/09/2010 - Oxygen therapy questioned
Patients with serious lung disease and breathing difficulties may not need oxygen treatment to relieve their suffering, researchers say. More

12/08/2010 - Chocolate treatment deters patients
Doctors may have found a healthy chocolate - that is so unpleasant patients will not eat it. More

04/08/2010 - No benefit of B vitamin pills for stroke patient
Vitamin B supplements do not benefit stroke or heart attack patients, according to research published today. More

30/07/2010 - Calcium supplements linked to heart risk
Taking calcium supplements may be linked to an increased risk of heart attack, according to an analysis published today. More

29/07/2010 - Grow your own joints
Doctors may one day be able to get patients who need hip and knee replacements to grow their own parts - within the body, scientists reported today. More

15/07/2010 - Hope for Hawking disease
Medical school researchers have found a protein that may form the basis of treatment for muscle-wasting diseases. More

13/07/2010 - Target under-fives against obesity - world expert
Efforts to stop childhood obesity should concentrate on pre-school infants, an expert said yesterday. More

30/06/2010 - Child window blind risk warning
Venetian blinds need redesigning to prevent injury to young children, a paediatrician says today. More

16/06/2010 - Nurses can boost access to antiretroviral therapy
It is safe and effective for nurses to monitor antiretroviral therapy for HIV patients, experts state today. More

07/06/2010 - Boost for breast treatment
A single treatment of highly-targeted radiotherapy can be used to treat women with breast cancer - reducing potential side-effects and hospital visits, according to the findings of a major study. More

02/06/2010 - Does smoking cause depression?
New and bold claims about how cigarette smoking may cause people to become depressed are made today. More

26/05/2010 - Activity may not be key to obesity - claim
Getting overweight people to be physically active will not be enough to improve their health, experts claimed today. More

25/05/2010 - Allergy tests may help prevention
Researchers say they are developing powerful new tests for allergies, enabling earlier and more precise detection, it has been announced. More

18/05/2010 - Meat, fat, salt and the chest
Processed meat - such as bacon and sausage - is amazingly bad for the heart, researchers warned last night. More

13/05/2010 - A spoonful of sugar helps...
Mary Poppins sang it in the children's classic - and now experts say it is true: a spoonful of sugar does help the medicine go down. More

12/05/2010 - Doubts over vit D therapy
Vitamin D has been touted as a treatment for fragile bones - but a new analysis warns it may increase the rate of injuries among the elderly. More

11/05/2010 - Global baby care call
The world needs to improve the care of new-born babies to reduce the toll of child deaths, the World Health Organisation warns today. More

10/05/2010 - Alcohol in pregnancy linked to childhood leukemia
New research has linked drinking alcohol in pregnancy with an increased risk of children developing blood cancer. More

30/04/2010 - Australia defies death - survey
Working age men in Iceland have the lowest death rates in the world - whilst Australian rates are amongst the fastest falling, new figures showed today. More

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