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05/04/2019 - Alcohol genes point to stroke risk
Light and moderate drinking offers no protection against the risk of having a stroke, according to a pioneering genetic study published today. More

18/02/2019 - How tobacco increases melanoma risk
Smokers are much more vulnerable to the effects of melanoma than are non-smokers, according to a study conducted in the north of England. More

11/02/2019 - Warning on 'heat not burn' tobacco devices
A new generation of e-cigarettes that use raw tobacco are as toxic as traditional cigarettes, researchers say today. More

30/11/2018 - Up to 17% UK babies born with drink-related health problems
As many as 17% of babies born in the UK could have health problems that are caused by exposure to alcohol in the womb, researchers claim today. More

20/11/2018 - Bingeing down in Europe - but alcohol consumption unchanged
Binge-drinking rates in Europe have decreased, reducing mortality from alcohol, according to a new analysis. More

14/11/2018 - Vapers inspire cigarette quitting
Spending time with people who use e-cigarettes can encourage cigarette smokers to try to quit, according to research published today. More

11/10/2018 - Oral cancer link to pollution
An increased risk of oral cancer has been found among people exposed to high concentrations of fine particulate matter. More

24/09/2018 - Growing global alcohol consumption alarms WHO
About 5% of deaths worldwide are caused by misuse of alcohol, according to a major new report. More

24/09/2018 - Obesity cancer threat to female health
Obesity will become the main cause of cancer in women by the middle of the century, campaigners warned today. More

10/09/2018 - Drink Free Days campaign targets middle-aged drinkers
Cutting down on drinking is more difficult than improving diet or exercise, a new YouGov poll reveals today. More

29/08/2018 - Warning as self-harm rife among teens
Very large numbers of young teenage girls are self-harming – and doubts about sexuality increase the risk, according to the findings of an analysis published today. More

24/08/2018 - Alcohol never safe, experts claim
There is “no safe” level of alcohol to drink, experts claim today in a study of the global impact of the chemical. More

17/08/2018 - MPs back e-cigarettes
Britain is not doing enough to release the potential of e-cigarettes as an aid to stopping smoking, MPs say today. More

14/08/2018 - E-cigarette 'link to COPD'
E-cigarettes may be more harmful than previously believed, British researchers warn today. More

25/06/2018 - New findings on light alcohol intake
Occasional drinking and abstention are the healthiest approaches to alcohol, according to a new analysis. More

08/06/2018 - Synthetic cannabis could increase stroke risk
Young users of synthetic cannabis, also known as ‘spice’ or ‘k2,’ could increase their risk of a stroke, doctors have warned after a 25-year-old was left with a permanent disability. More

08/06/2018 - E-cig users should use high nicotine versions
Former smokers who turn to vaping and e-cigarettes seem to fare better by choosing devices with high nicotine levels, rather than low, British researchers say today. More

31/05/2018 - E-cigarettes questioned on No Tobacco Day
E-cigarette flavourings and misleading adverts should be banned to protect the health of young people, a group of leading international doctors says today. More

29/05/2018 - Gene increases alcohol cardiomyopathy risk
A gene variant linked to heart failure may amplify the risks from alcohol drinking, British researchers have reported. More

13/04/2018 - Drinking more alcohol than guidelines risks life expectancy
Drinking more alcohol than the recommended UK guidelines could reduce life expectancy by up to five years, according to a new analysis. More

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