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08/06/2022 - Use of AI in health care must be regulated, says report
A report on the use of artificial intelligence in health settings has called for clear ethical standards and guidance to protect patients. More

04/05/2022 - Europe faces obesity epidemic
Obesity has reached "epidemic" proportions in Europe as a health problem, a report warns today. More

27/04/2022 - Improved measure for long COVID
A new assessment tool will be the most thorough developed to date for long COVID, according to researchers from Birmingham. More

30/03/2022 - Genes causally linked to immune disease
Scientists have reported progress on identifying the genetics of several immune-mediated diseases. More

16/03/2022 - Air pollution could raise autoimmune risk
Long-term exposure to air pollution may raise the risk of developing autoimmune disease, researchers report today. More

02/02/2022 - COVID increased problem of medical waste
The COVID pandemic has generated medical waste on an immense scale, according to a new report. More

01/02/2022 - Dying is over medicalised - global experts
Dying has become over medicalised and “invisible” – and care systems need to switch to reducing unnecessary suffering, an international panel of experts says today. More

26/01/2022 - Genes and proteins yield new lifespan insights
Research teams have revealed new insights into how genes and proteins affect lifespan. 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

14/12/2021 - Brain surgeons 'no smarter' than general population
Brain surgeons and rocket scientists are no more intelligent that the general population, according to an analysis published today. More

29/11/2021 - Syphilis circulating globally - new warning
Syphilis is "back" and is spreading globally, according to a major new study. More

18/11/2021 - Public health measures needed alongside vaccination to reduce COVID-19
Handwashing, mask wearing, and physical distancing should continue alongside vaccinations because they help to reduce the incidence of COVID-19, experts say today. More

20/10/2021 - Drug may limit damage from ageing
Scientists have identified a method of selectively destroying cells in the body linked to ageing. More

29/09/2021 - High rates of long COVID diagnosis
More than a third of patients diagnosed with COVID-19 develop at least one persistent symptom of long COVID, according to a new analysis. More

06/09/2021 - Cut consumption to tackle climate change - 200 medical journals
High income countries must cut consumption to enable the world to tackle the threat of climate change, 220 medical journals say today. More

28/07/2021 - Midlife UK health burden increasing
A large proportion of UK adults in their late 40s have multiple health problems, according to an analysis published today. More

30/06/2021 - Harms of poor sleep cut by greater exercise
Researchers have found that the health impact of poor sleep may be mitigated by adequate physical activity. More

17/06/2021 - 'Serious privacy problems' warning over mobile health apps
Thousands of free mobile health apps downloaded to smart devices have inadequate and inconsistent privacy practices, according to new analysis published today. More

09/06/2021 - Mortality risk from sleep disturbance
Frequent sleep disturbance has been linked to an increased risk of all-cause mortality in a new study. More

03/03/2021 - Meat hazards may be through body fat
Meat eaters may suffer from increased health risks mainly because they carry more body fat than others, researchers reported today. More

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