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29/04/2009 - Swine flu spreads - causes mild illness
Swine flu had officially reached seven countries last night - but whether the virus would successfully take hold in new countries remained unknown. More

28/04/2009 - Swine flu travels the globe
Two people with confirmed swine flu were being treated in Scotland last night and a third in Spain as the new virus reached Europe. More

07/04/2009 - Gene that drives melanoma
A single gene mutation is responsible for more than two thirds of cases of the deadly skin cancer melanoma, British researchers reported last night. More

06/04/2009 - Nerve destruction treats blood pressure
Doctors have tested a new surgical treatment for patients with uncontrollably high blood pressure, it has been announced. More

27/03/2009 - Very hot tea may bring throat cancer risk
There may be a health risk from drinking extremely hot tea, researchers report today. More

27/03/2009 - Pregnancy smoking risk cut if women quit early
Women who stop smoking early in pregnancy may reduce the risk of premature birth, researchers reported today. More

18/03/2009 - Breast cancer relapse best caught early
Early detection of second breast tumours in women can dramatically cut death rates, researchers reported today. More

09/02/2009 - Study reassures over fertility drug cancer risk
Women's risk of ovarian cancer does not appear to be raised by the use of fertility drugs, new research has found. More

05/02/2009 - World campaign against obesity
Obesity was the theme of World Cancer Day yesterday - as new evidence showed public ignorance of the link between weight and cancer is worldwide. More

21/01/2009 - Micro-motors will 'swim' through bloodstream
Australian researchers are putting the final design touches to micro-motors small enough to swim in the human bloodstream. More

21/01/2009 - Premature birth risk from binge drinking
New findings, published today, show how a baby can suffer from a mother's binge drinking during pregnancy. More

18/12/2008 - Head-bangers, texting, Twist and Slam
Texting may hold the key to running casualty tents at rock festivals - but heavy metal fans may need more wide-ranging public health measures, researchers report today. More

03/12/2008 - Cervical cancer vaccine deemed safe
Serious reactions to the new human papillomavirus vaccine are rare, experts have found. More

29/10/2008 - Severe rice allergy on the increase
New research suggests that rice may trigger a serious allergic condition in some children. More

22/10/2008 - Gobbling puts on pounds
Gobbling down food may play a key role in helping to pile on the pounds for overweight people, researchers warned today. More

09/10/2008 - Nurses no longer celluloid angels
Modern movie-making no longer stereotypes nurses - but there is a danger of the profession being painted in a dark light, according to a new analysis. More

08/10/2008 - Boost for honey treatment
There is good evidence that honey can improve healing times after burn wounds, researchers report today. More

04/09/2008 - Shock warning on new vaccine
Unexpected problems with the new cervical cancer vaccine have emerged, according to a new study. More

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