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24/03/2022 - Nausea drugs linked to increased stroke risk
Drugs commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting after surgery or those caused by migraine or cancer treatment could increase the risk of ischaemic stroke, researchers warn today. More

22/03/2022 - Gastrointestinal infection halved in early pandemic phases
The number of gastrointestinal infection outbreaks more than halved during the first six months of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK - while laboratory confirmed cases fell by a third, new analysis reports. More

09/03/2022 - Gut microbes linked to pancreatic cancer
A specific 'microbial profile' has been found in people with pancreatic cancer, offering hope of improved diagnosis, researchers report today. More

02/02/2022 - Exercise intervention benefits oesophageal cancer patients
Patients who are receiving chemotherapy for oesophageal cancer may benefit from exercise therapy, researchers report today. More

31/01/2022 - Antibiotic link to colorectal cancer risk
Regular use of antibiotics may increase the risk of developing colon cancer, according to a new British study. More

06/01/2022 - How Neanderthal genes increase vascular risk
A small number of modern humans who carry Neanderthal genes may face significantly increased risk for vascular and inflammatory disease, according to a new study. More

31/12/2021 - Cancer deaths increased pre-pandemic
Global cases of cancer increased significantly in the last decade, according to a major analysis published last night. More

16/12/2021 - The hazards of festive foliage - and other research
It’s safe to rock around the Christmas tree – but be careful about the berries on holly, according to the latest annual round of quirky seasonal medical research. More

23/11/2021 - Distinctive irritable bowel syndrome biomarker identified
People with a distinctive and abnormal profile to their gut bacteria could benefit from a low FODMAP diet to help treat their irritable bowel syndrome, a new study has found. More

14/10/2021 - Cell mutations can prevent oesophageal cancer
Cell mutations can help prevent cancer as well as cause it, according to a new study of oesophageal disease. More

05/10/2021 - Constipation drug can improve memory and cognition
A drug that treats constipation could also be a useful treatment for cognitive problems in patients with mental illness, according to a new study. More

14/09/2021 - Pathway discovered for bowel cancer drug failure
A protein pathway prevents some bowel cancer drugs from working, researchers reported last night. More

16/08/2021 - Campaign launched to highlight cancer symptoms
The NHS is to run a campaign this week to persuade the public to ensure they are checked for potential cancer symptoms. More

13/08/2021 - Scientists make important oesophageal cancer cells discovery
Abnormal cells that develop into oesophageal cancer start life as cells of the stomach, British researchers reported last night. More

11/05/2021 - Scientists track multi drug resistant E.coli
The largest genomic survey yet of E.coli has found that antibiotic resistance has been steadily increasing over the past 16 years, researchers warn today. More

05/05/2021 - Family intestinal polyps link to colorectal cancer
A new link has been found between colorectal polyps in close relatives and individual risk of colorectal cancer. More

14/04/2021 - Composition of gut microbiome linked to diet
Researchers have carried out a study looking for links between individual foods, specific gut bacteria, and certain inflammatory illnesses. More

09/04/2021 - Mitochondria mutations that may combat cancer
Mitochondrial DNA mutations found in cancer tumours are linked to improved chances of survival, researchers have found. More

09/03/2021 - Diphtheria could become a 'major global threat'
Diphtheria could become a global threat again because it is evolving and becoming resistant to a number of classes of antibiotics, scientists have warned. More

19/02/2021 - Thousands of new gut virus species identified
More than 140,000 virus species that live in the human gut have been identified - more than half of which are new to science, a new study revealed last night. More

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