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09/06/2009 - Nursing home super-bug alarm
The hospital super-bug MRSA is rife in nursing homes amongst both residents and staff, British researchers have warned. More

01/06/2009 - Coeliac disease plea
Campaigners are urging doctors to be made aware of new guidelines that help in the diagnosis of coeliac disease. More

19/05/2009 - Air travel and internet challenge new pandemic
The world is more vulnerable than ever to dangerous new strains of flu because of air travel, its most senior health official said yesterday. More

15/05/2009 - Experts call for cholera vaccine ban to be lifted
Infectious disease experts called last night for wider use of a life-saving cholera vaccination. More

05/05/2009 - Challenge to zinc treatment
New findings challenge the widely held view that zinc supplements can help treat diarrhoea in children. More

07/04/2009 - Broccoli fights deadly stomach bug
Broccoli has legendary properties - and now doctors say its sprouts may fight a bug that causes stomach ulcers and cancer. More

24/03/2009 - Thousands cured of cancer
Growing numbers of patients are genuinely "cured" of cancer by modern treatments, a major European study reported today. More

20/03/2009 - Daily drinking a liver disease risk
Drinking alcohol daily over the long-term is a more important risk factor for serious liver disease than weekly binge drinking, say British experts. More

10/03/2009 - Doctors told take bran off menu
A wholesale revision of the professional "bible" has seen the inclusion of new guidelines for a range of complex conditions. More

19/12/2008 - Milk scandal damage limited
A recent scandal involving melamine in milk and infant formula is unlikely to have a widespread health impact in the territory of Hong Kong, according to a new analysis. More

08/12/2008 - Rugby plea to male patients
British GPs are being asked to display pictures of a rugby star to encourage men to make appointments. More

14/10/2008 - Major side-effects from anti-inflammation drug
Follow-up data confirms the anti-inflammatory drug rofecoxib substantially increases the risk of stroke, heart attack and death, researchers warned today. More

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