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13/06/2019 - Harm concerns linked to youth epilepsy treatment
Treatment guidelines for young people with epilepsy could be reviewed after a Swedish study found a group of drugs is linked to an increased risk of suicidal behaviour. More

12/06/2019 - Epileptic risk from strobe lights
Strobe lighting at music events is posing a major risk for people with epilepsy, Dutch researchers warn today. More

06/06/2019 - Sixth finger should be retained - study
The practice of removing extra toes and fingers from polydactylic babies should be reconsidered in the light of new findings about them, British researchers say today. More

22/05/2019 - How women suffer from gender differences in heart care
Two studies, published today, show how women receive inferior care for different aspects of heart disease. More

21/05/2019 - Cancer diagnosis risk for women with sleep apnoea
Women with obstructive sleep apnoea are more likely to be diagnosed with cancer than men with the condition, according to Greek research published last night. More

17/05/2019 - Europe sees bowel cancer rise in young adults
The rate of bowel cancer is rising among adults in Europe, researchers report today. More

13/05/2019 - AI could reduce cardiac imaging - conference
Using artificial intelligence on patients with stable chest pain could save hospitals time and money because it can prevent unnecessary diagnostic tests, a UK study has found. More

08/05/2019 - Apgar risk reconsideration call
Normal Apgar scores, used to assess the health of new-born babies, may conceal increased risk of serious illness, researchers warn today. More

02/05/2019 - Premature birth linked to kidney risk
Babies born prematurely have an increased risk of developing chronic kidney disease in later life, according to a Swedish analysis published today. More

02/05/2019 - Call to personalise de-escalation treatment for HER2 positive breast cancer
The decision to remove chemotherapy from treatment for women with HER2 positive breast cancer must be done on a personalised basis to identify which patients would benefit the most, a European conference has heard. More

01/05/2019 - Global burden of musculoskeletal conditions
The global burden of musculoskeletal diseases has increased by a third this century, according to an analysis published today. More

01/05/2019 - Gene test predicts breast cancer outcomes
A new test can help predict a breast cancer patient's response to chemotherapy, British doctors have reported. More

29/04/2019 - Glasgow hears about world obesity challenge
Health care agencies overwhelmingly underestimate efforts made by the obese to lose weight, according to a new international study. More

17/04/2019 - Astronaut experiment for spine health
A space medicine research programme could help develop treatments for spinal postural deconditioning, according to a UK-based team. More

15/04/2019 - Gut bacteria risk among young travellers revealed
Travellers under the age of 30 are at higher risk of contracting or carrying antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their gut if they stay in hotels or private accommodation in low and/or middle-income countries, a European conference heard last night. More

15/04/2019 - Simpler hand-rub application as effective as WHO's
A three-step, 15-second technique for applying hand rub is as good at preventing infection as the more protracted WHO-recommended technique, a European conference has been told. More

11/04/2019 - Plan to revive 50s meningitis treatment
A strategy for treating bacterial meningitis abandoned in the 1950s could be brought back into use to help overcome drug resistance, Swedish researchers have reported. More

10/04/2019 - Immunotherapy questioned for the elderly
Immunotherapy is less effective for elderly patients with non-small-cell lung cancer than with younger patients, a conference will hear today. More

02/04/2019 - Drugs used to enhance sexual experiences, especially in UK
People in the UK are more likely to combine drugs with sex than those living in other countries, researchers report today. More

29/03/2019 - Preventative drugs provide little benefit to some patients
Reducing the use of preventive medications in people with advanced cancer near the end of life could reduce unnecessary side effects and improve patient quality of life, a new study has found. More

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