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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

26/03/2019 - Pregnant women who work nights may face miscarriage risk
Pregnant women who work at least two night shifts in a single week could be at increased risk of suffering a miscarriage the following week, Danish researchers say today. More

19/03/2019 - EU breast cancer deaths expected to fall
Death rates from breast cancer this year are expected to fall by 9% in all European Union countries compared with five years ago, according to an analysis published today. More

18/03/2019 - Coffee compounds could inhibit prostate cancer - lab study
Compounds found in coffee could inhibit prostate cancer, a European conference is to hear today. More

18/03/2019 - Atrial fibrillation sub-types defined
Individualised treatment for people with atrial fibrillation is a step closer, thanks to the discovery of subtypes of the heart disorder, a conference has heard. More

18/03/2019 - Painkillers in pregnancy not cause of asthma
Taking paracetamol or other painkillers during pregnancy does not cause asthma in the offspring – but may indicate other factors increasing the risk, according to a large-scale study out today. More

15/03/2019 - Some kidney transplant recipients benefit from antiviral therapy
Antiviral therapy improves survival rates of kidney transplant patients infected with hepatitis B and C, French researchers reported last night. More

13/03/2019 - Air pollution threat measured
Air pollution is a larger threat to global health than previously believed, researchers have warned. More

11/03/2019 - PARP inhibitors could boost immunotherapy
PARP inhibitors could be combined effectively with immunotherapies to destroy tumours in several kinds of cancer, according to a joint Anglo-French project. More

05/03/2019 - Brain linked to Takotsubo syndrome in heart
Parts of the brain that process emotions could be linked to the onset of Takotsubo syndrome, the so-called “broken heart syndrome”, it is revealed today. More

05/03/2019 - Humans' health risk from raw meat dog food
People could be at risk from dog food made from raw meat because products contain high levels of bacteria, researchers warn today. More

04/03/2019 - Send STEMI patients direct to specialist centres
Myocardial infarction patients have improved chances of long-term survival if they are sent directly to specialist centres, according to the findings of a major study of the effect of reorganisations in the UK. More

04/03/2019 - New EU platform for rare diseases
A new EU online platform is to be launched that will help to support European citizens living with a rare disease. More

27/02/2019 - Rise in research on rare cancers
Less-common types of cancer are increasingly being studied in research trials, experts have reported. More

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