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04/01/2018 - How surgery is limited in Africa
A new analysis sets out the extent to which the quality and extent of surgery in Africa lags behind the rest of the world. More

03/01/2018 - Medical tales of common home products
Misuse of household products and home remedies – and the occasional cure – have fuelled thousands of medical reports in the last ten years. More

28/12/2017 - Internet clinic boosts STI testing
An internet-based testing system for sexually transmitted infections can hugely increase uptake of services, British researchers have reported. More

19/12/2017 - Concern as stem cell searches lead to unproven therapies
Centres offering unproven stem cell therapies are crowding internet search engines, British experts have warned. More

23/11/2017 - Algae hope for diagnostic nanobots
Remote controlled nanobots could be engineered from algae to make them biodegradeable and useful for medicine, researchers reported last night. More

14/11/2017 - Protect environment to help human health
Protecting the environment will help to safeguard human lives, a leading scientist has told a global health conference. More

09/11/2017 - UK GP visits shorter than other rich nations
GP consultation lengths in the UK are twice the global average – but lag well behind other developed countries, according to a major analysis published today. More

31/10/2017 - Warning of climate impact on health
Climate change is already having a serious effect on health, according to an analysis published today. More

30/10/2017 - Digital nurse to tackle fake cancer news
A “digital nurse” is to be deployed to help cancer patients sift fake news on-line, it was announced today. More

24/10/2017 - Numbers with physical disabilities to increase
A quarter of women and one in six men across Europe are likely to have physical disabilities that severely impact their daily lives by 2047, according to analysis published today. More

17/10/2017 - 10p and nudge cut sugared drinks orders
A major restaurant chain successfully reduced customer orders for sugar-sweetened beverages by a tenth through introducing a 10p levy – and other measures, researchers report today. More

16/10/2017 - Geneva Declaration updated
A new Hippocratic Oath has been unveiled at a major international doctors’ conference. More

05/10/2017 - Experts critique regenerative medicine
The field of regenerative medicine is being jeopardised by low quality research and should be reformed, say a team of experts this week. More

03/10/2017 - Circadian rhythm scientists receive Nobel Prize for Medicine
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to three American scientists for their work on the 24-hour body clock. More

21/09/2017 - Blood donation frequency can be increased - study
Blood donors can safely increase the frequency with which they give blood, according to the findings of the first ever randomised trial of the issue, published today. More

30/08/2017 - Fat-carb risks re-examined
Dietary advice aimed at reducing cardiovascular risk should focus on carbohydrate intake rather than fat intake, a European conference has been told. More

26/07/2017 - New step towards MD gene therapy
British and French researchers have taken a key step towards developing effective gene therapy for Duchenne muscular dystrophy, it has been announced. More

25/07/2017 - Community dog-walking could be a prescription
Community dog-walking schemes might provide the key to helping adults stay active, researchers in Norfolk, UK, say today. More

14/07/2017 - AF linked to long hours
Working long hours is strongly linked to the development of atrial fibrillation, researchers reported today. More

13/07/2017 - Low levels of radiation 'harmful to cardiovascular system'
Low levels of ionising radiation can be harmful to the cardiovascular system, according to a new German study. More

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