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05/08/2016 - Gene combinations linked to cancer risk
Researchers have shown how combinations of genetic variations can contribute to increased cancer risk, it was announced last night. More

10/06/2016 - Air pollution ‘a risk factor for stroke’
Air pollution is as a leading risk factor for stroke, researchers report today. More

10/05/2016 - Invest in adolescent health - experts
The world should invest in the health of its billions of adolescents, according to a major report published today. More

04/05/2016 - Endometrial cancer gene breakthrough
British researchers have announced major discoveries about the genetic causes of endometrial cancer. More

21/04/2016 - Fertility concern for BRCA1 mutation
Women with the BRCA1 gene mutation may have a lower than normal number of eggs in their ovaries, new research indicates. More

01/04/2016 - Obesity a growing global problem
Obesity among men has more than tripled globally – and more than doubled among women – since 1975, researchers reveal today. More

10/03/2016 - Additional breast screening picks up cancers
Using a 3D mammography or ultrasound scan as well as a standard mammogram could detect breast cancers that would ordinarily be missed, delegates to a major conference have heard. More

01/03/2016 - Breast cancer genetic variants identified
Five genetic variants that affect the risk of breast cancer and are linked to oestrogen receptors have been identified in an international study. More

01/03/2016 - Zika virus link to Guillain-Barré syndrome
The Zika virus may cause severe neurological disorder Guillain-Barré syndrome (GBS), according to research published last night (29 February, 2016). More

29/02/2016 - STI chlamydia can swap genes with trachoma strain
Genomic sequencing of Chlamydia trachomatis has for the first time revealed a link between sexually transmitted diseases and a leading global cause of blindness. More

17/02/2016 - Trials promised for new mosquito control techniques
The world needs to adopt new approaches to mosquito control in the light of the threat from the Zika virus, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. More

10/02/2016 - Women's health in the spotlight
The world needs a renewed focus on women's health issues, campaigns say today. More

09/11/2015 - Should blood pressure reduction be more intense?
Intensive reduction of blood pressure in hypertensive patients can be achieved and helps reduce illness, according to the findings of a major global analysis. More

19/10/2015 - Parkrunners to aid knee research
Jogging is a popular form of exercise - but many people believe it puts excessive strain on the knees. More

30/09/2015 - Calcium supplement benefit for bones challenged
Calcium is not effective for the prevention of fractures, either via diet or supplements, according to research published today. More

17/09/2015 - Adolescent antidepressant study was "flawed"
A commonly used antidepressant was wrongly reported as being safe and effective for adolescents at the beginning of the century, researchers reported today. More

14/09/2015 - 3D printing used for rib repair
Surgeons have used a 3D printed implant to repair the sternum and rib cage of a 54-year-old man, it has been announced. More

26/08/2015 - Chlamydia screening backed for pregnancy
The routine chlamydia screening of pregnant women within a particular age range would be a cost-effective move, researchers say today. More

31/07/2015 - Stand up for health - study
Standing rather than sitting during idle moments could help burn up fat and blood sugar, researchers report today. More

20/07/2015 - New hope to treat tropical ulcers
An increasingly common tropical skin disease may be treatable with anticoagulants, British researchers have reported. More

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