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03/03/2014 - No evidence over herbal cannabis effectiveness
Patients with rheumatic conditions should not use herbal cannabis to help ease the pain of their condition, researchers say today. More

20/02/2014 - Social media lie detector plan
A major European project is aiming to build a social media "lie detector", sifting facts from rumour, it has been announced. More

17/02/2014 - New alcohol pregnancy warning
New research casts fresh doubt on the safety of women drinking in the early stages of pregnancy. More

12/02/2014 - Roll your own warning as millions quit
Roll your own cigarettes are just as harmful as factory rolled cigarettes, researchers say today. More

11/02/2014 - Tobacco link to breast cancer
Young women who become heavy smokers place themselves at increased risk of developing a common form of breast cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

16/01/2014 - Gout rates soar
Rates of gout, a disease traditionally linked to alcohol, have 'soared' in the UK in the last two decades, experts warn today. More

08/01/2014 - Breast cancer link to lifestyles
Reduced breast cancer rates in South Asian and black women are likely to be related to lifestyle, researchers say today. More

06/01/2014 - Psychological factors 'missing' in pregnancy and alcohol studies
Underlying psychological issues may be the key to the debate about whether pregnant women should be allowed to touch any alcohol, according to a Danish researcher. More

03/01/2014 - Young drinkers’ DNA affected by alcohol
Young people’s DNA could be affected when they drink alcohol, a preliminary study has found. More

13/12/2013 - Drs say No to Bond lifestyle
Super-spy James Bond would have been incapable of stirring his Martini - and that may be why he had it shaken, doctors claimed today. More

27/11/2013 - Alcohol dependence gene mutation discovered
British researchers may have found a new gene linked to alcohol abuse, it was announced yesterday. More

27/11/2013 - E-cigarette child warning
Marketing of electronic cigarettes needs to be regulated to protect children becoming addicted to nicotine, campaigners warned today. More

22/10/2013 - Hangovers linked to male stroke risk
A new study has shown how binge-drinking men suffer from rapidly deteriorating circulatory health. More

16/10/2013 - Emotions affect drinking in pregnancy
A new study has discovered the rate of drinking among pregnant women is linked to feelings of anxiety and depression. More

24/09/2013 - Head and neck cancer awareness urged
Experts are seeking to raise awareness of the risk of cancers that affect the head and neck this week. More

13/09/2013 - Energy drink alcohol mixer risks suppressed - claim
Young adults may face risks from mixing energy drinks with alcohol - but research into the topic is dominated by funding from one company, it is claimed today. More

09/09/2013 - Electronic cigarettes aid quitters
The controversial new electronic cigarettes may be better than other aids, such as patches, in helping smokers give up, researchers report today. More

29/08/2013 - Psychiatric illnesses world's biggest problem
Mental illness and substance abuse between them are the biggest cause of chronic illness worldwide, researchers reveal today. More

20/08/2013 - Psychedelia boost for mental health
Psychedelic drugs such as LSD and magic mushrooms do not seem to trigger mental health problems - and may even prevent them, researchers claimed last night. More

05/08/2013 - Pregnancy diet link to alcoholism
Women who eat fatty and sugary foods during pregnancy may increase the risk of their children being vulnerable to alcohol or drug abuse, researchers have warned. More

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