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09/07/2015 - Premature birth link to heart disease
Women who have given birth prematurely face a significantly increased risk of developing heart disease, aggravated if they have smoked, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Drinking alcohol while pregnant ‘common’
Drinking alcohol during pregnancy is common among women in the UK, Ireland, New Zealand and Australia – especially if they are also smokers, researchers warn today. More

07/07/2015 - Ageing process starts in young adults
Just 18 biological measures can be combined to see how quickly people age, according to a new study. 1 comments More

23/06/2015 - Skinny jeans not for squatting
Skinny jeans are increasingly popular - but squatting in them can do serious damage to the legs, doctors warn today. More

03/06/2015 - Heart condition best tested during exercise
Heart tests for athletes are most useful when undertaken during exercise, researchers say today. More

15/04/2015 - Human rights laws can protect women
Preventable deaths among mothers around the world will only be avoided when women's human rights are properly addressed, a senior British doctor has warned. More

01/04/2015 - Does paracetamol ease back pain?
Paracetamol is not as effective as previously thought for spinal pain, researchers say today. More

16/03/2015 - Kidney failure kills two million a year
More than two million people across the world die prematurely from kidney failure every year because they cannot access life-saving dialysis or transplantation. More

13/03/2015 - Tobacco-free world achievable by 2040
The United Nations should lead a turbo-charged effort to rid the world of tobacco sale and consumption by 2040, an international group of health experts will say today. More

09/03/2015 - How tobacco kills its users
Two in three smokers are dying because of their habit, finds a new study from Australia. More

04/03/2015 - Screening over-diagnosis okay for most
Participants in cancer screening are willing to accept some risk of wrong diagnosis, according to a new study. More

24/02/2015 - Anger link to heart attack
People who suffer intense anger face a massively increased risk of heart attack, researchers warned today. More

18/02/2015 - No benefit of naps after age two
Toddlers who nap in the daytime may have a reduced quality of sleep at night, researchers warn today. More

22/01/2015 - Rethink call on child screen time
A two hour limit on children's daily exposure to television and computer games may have become unrealistic, researchers have warned today. More

17/12/2014 - Evaporating seasonal fat but not through cartoons or game machines?
Many people will seek to lose weight in the New Year but few will realise where their body fat goes, scientists claims today. More

01/12/2014 - New UK plea on tobacco packaging
Two major UK research charities today call on the government to keep a pledge to standardise tobacco packaging "as a matter of urgency" to dissuade children from taking up smoking. More

07/11/2014 - Prem babies face hip replacement risk
Pre-term and low-weight babies are more likely to need a hip replacement due to osteoarthritis (OA) when they are adults, according to a new study. More

28/10/2014 - Specialists back fast-track Ebola vaccine plan
Leading specialists in immunology have backed efforts to begin Ebola vaccination as soon as possible. More

27/10/2014 - "Dead" heart used in transplant
Surgeons are now able to perform heart transplants using organs that stopped beating, it has been announced. More

24/10/2014 - How sunshine could tackle obesity
Plenty of sunshine may help to combat obesity and the risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study. More

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