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11/11/2009 - Carbohydrates may keep dieters happy
Low-carbohydrate diets such as the Atkins diet may be bad for the mood, researchers have reported. More

10/11/2009 - Call for ban on alcohol sports sponsorship
Alcohol advertising and sponsorship should be banned from sporting events, senior doctors and campaigners said today. More

05/11/2009 - Pregnancy vitamin link to asthma claim
Researchers say they have found a link between the folic acid supplements that women take in pregnancy and rising rates of asthma. More

04/11/2009 - Improved disclosure needed for drug firm-sponsored events
Efforts to agree standards of disclosure for events held by drug companies have proved inadequate, investigators have warned. More

28/10/2009 - Nurse-bots under development
A nurse robot with sympathetic facial expressions is among mechanical hospital workers being developed worldwide, it was reported today. More

16/10/2009 - Global impact of cannabis revealed
A new review of cannabis use around the world suggests it has been used by one in 25 adults aged 15 to 64 years. More

14/10/2009 - New co-sleeping link to cot death
Sleeping with babies is now one of the key risks that can lead to cot death, British experts warned today. More

13/10/2009 - Swine flu's killer streak revealed
Two new studies highlight the threat posed by swine flu in the earliest stages of the outbreak - leading to comparisons with the deadly 1918 pandemic. More

12/10/2009 - ICU warning on swine flu
Up to 20 per cent of intensive care beds could be occupied by swine flu patients if the disease becomes a winter epidemic, according to a new analysis. More

08/10/2009 - How the anxious and depressed pile on the pounds
People who are anxious and depressed face a hugely increased risk of becoming obese, researchers warned yesterday. More

07/10/2009 - Chance that Chinese herbs may hold back diabetes
There is a possibility that Chinese herbal medicines have help prevent diabetes, but more evidence is needed, experts say today. More

25/09/2009 - New doubts on prostate screening
New research has come out against population-wide screening for prostate cancer using the prostate specific antigen test. More

14/09/2009 - New blood pressure drug
A new drug could add to the armoury of treatments available for high blood pressure, doctors report today. More

11/09/2009 - Call to limit preventable early death
Dangerous driving is one of the main killers of young people worldwide, experts warn today. More

21/08/2009 - Swine flu deaths rise as new countries are hit
The number of deaths of swine flu patients continues to rise - even though the spread of the disease has slowed in many countries, it was reported yesterday. More

07/08/2009 - Flu rates fall
The school holidays may have led to a marked slowing down of the spread of swine flu in Britain, according to the latest estimates. More

31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

28/07/2009 - Dairy not so bad - new findings
For decades diets high in milk and cheese have been castigated as 'unhealthy' - but new findings today cast doubt on this. More

24/07/2009 - Swine flu rates double
The number of people falling ill from swine flu may have doubled in England in the last week, according to the latest figures. More

24/07/2009 - Cataracts may be linked to blood pressure drugs
Some blood pressure lowering treatments may be linked to an increased risk of develop cataracts in the eyes, researchers warned today. More

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