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15/06/2018 - Bran test clue to cutting medical costs
Patients were being encouraged today by senior doctors to take a “Bran test” when seeking medical treatment. More

04/06/2018 - Disgust could be public health tool
Humans have six common types of disgust – and these help to identify and avoid disease, according to a new analysis. More

29/05/2018 - AI may aid melanoma diagnosis
An artificial intelligence system has beaten dermatologists for the first time at identifying malignant melanomas, it was announced last night. More

18/05/2018 - Antifungal drug resistance alert
There is a danger of “global collapse” when it comes to controlling and fighting fungal infections if resistance to treatments continues to grow, scientists warned last night. More

17/05/2018 - AI boosts CT reading
Artificial intelligence has successfully improved the accuracy of detection of cerebral small vessel disease from CT scans, British researchers have reported. More

11/05/2018 - Song contest gives public health boost
The Eurovision Song Contest plays a huge part in improving national well-being, a public health specialist claims today. More

03/05/2018 - Unconventional immune cell can fight viral infections
An 'unconventional' immune cell that can fight viral infections, has been discovered by UK researchers. More

27/04/2018 - New alarm at rising cancer drug costs
The cost of anti-cancer drugs has been increasing at a significantly greater rate than their clinical benefits, according to a new analysis. More

24/04/2018 - Wounded soldier gets transplant hope
A surgical team has successfully performed a full transplant of the penis and scrotum on a wounded soldier, it has been announced. More

19/04/2018 - World medicine lacks knowledge on multi-morbidity - experts
Treatment of people with multiple health conditions is often ineffective and strategies for prevention “lacking”, medical scientists warn today. More

13/04/2018 - Mortality risks of night life assessed
People who thrive at night have a 10% higher risk of dying prematurely than those flourish in the mornings, according to a new analysis. More

13/04/2018 - Drinking more alcohol than guidelines risks life expectancy
Drinking more alcohol than the recommended UK guidelines could reduce life expectancy by up to five years, according to a new analysis. More

04/04/2018 - Patient gets printed rib
For the first time in the UK, a “printed” prosthetic rib has been transplanted into a patient during surgery, it has been announced. More

26/03/2018 - Appointments missed when clocks change
The number of missed hospital outpatient appointments is set to rise this week because of the weekend switch to British Summer Time, according to a new analysis. More

22/02/2018 - Fabric-style sensor unveiled
The quest for smart clothing that can monitor health has taken a step forward through the development of a “stretchable” system, British engineers have reported. More

05/02/2018 - Mobile apps risk users’ privacy and security
Most health apps fail to meet legal requirements or put millions of users’ privacy and security at risk, a European study has revealed. More

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

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