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23/02/2011 - A little drink - for the heart
Research continues to back the idea that a little alcohol may be good for the heart, experts said today. More

14/02/2011 - Teen drinking alarm evidence call
Evidence that late adolescent drinking leads to physical and mental health problems in adulthood is of “poor quality”, researchers have concluded. More

24/01/2011 - Men who benefit from vitamin
Vitamin E has been largely discredited as a "miracle" vitamin - but a major new study suggests some groups of men may benefit from taking it. More

07/01/2011 - Safe vaccine could help stop drug addiction
Cocaine addicts might be cured of their dependence by a vaccine that has blocked the drug's “high” in laboratory studies. More

20/12/2010 - New Year highlights alcohol cot death link
Alcohol consumption by parents may be behind a surge of sudden cot deaths on New Year’s Day, according to a new analysis. More

15/12/2010 - Festive findings debunk alcohol myths
New festive research has confirmed that, contrary to popular belief, alcohol does not cause indigestion symptoms such as heartburn, belching and bloating. More

14/12/2010 - Tobacco link to arthritis
Tobacco smoking may lie behind many cases of severe rheumatoid arthritis, researchers warn today. More

01/12/2010 - Vegetables 'not' best cancer guard
Dealing with fat and alcohol are the keys to beating cancer - not fruit and vegetables, according to a controversial analysis published today. More

24/11/2010 - New binge-drinking threat to heart
Binge-drinking may explain why alcohol seems to affect the health of people differently, researchers say today. More

22/11/2010 - Search for wine allergy clues
A protein in grapes may be responsible for headaches, stuffy noses, skin rashes and other allergy symptoms in wine drinkers. More

16/11/2010 - Pregnancy smoke crime link
Exposing unborn babies to cigarette smoke is known to pose a risk to the brain - and new findings suggest the offspring of heavy smokers may succumb to criminal behaviour. More

10/11/2010 - 'Hyper-networking' endangers teens
Parents may be grateful teenagers who spend their time on social networking sites are not hanging around street corners - but a new study claims this would be dangerously complacent. More

09/11/2010 - Recession deters quitters
Economic recession and depression is deterring people from giving up smoking, researchers warn today. More

02/11/2010 - Alcohol worse than heroin - Nutt
Alcohol is by far the most harmful drug in current use in Britain - doing more damage than crack or heroin, experts claimed yesterday. More

08/10/2010 - Cannabis ban “not working” - claim
Efforts to suppress the sale of cannabis in the USA have had little effect, it has been claimed. More

06/10/2010 - Baby development 'unharmed' by occasional pregnancy drink
Women who drink small amounts of alcohol during pregnancy do not harm their child’s behavioural or intellectual development, according to a major study published today. More

01/10/2010 - Skunk "harmful" to memory
Smoking potent strains of cannabis, such as skunk, increases the risk of acute memory loss compared with those who smoke other types of the drug, experts warned today. More

28/09/2010 - How unhealthy lifestyle damages work
Workers with unhealthy lifestyles give reduced productivity - only partly because of high rates of sick leave, researchers warn today. More

13/09/2010 - Drink key to social acceptance
Young people drink alcohol to excess as way of being accepted into their social group. More

31/08/2010 - Cannabis beats pain - Canadians
Patients allowed to smoke cannabis at home gained significant release from chronic pain, according to a new scientific study. More

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