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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

19/01/2021 - More research on 5G networks 'needed'
A British academic has called for a halt to the global roll out of 5G until safety concerns are properly addressed. More

15/01/2021 - How euthanasia rates vary across The Netherlands
Regions of The Netherlands have recorded a seven-fold unexplained variation in euthanasia rates, according to new analysis published today. More

17/12/2020 - Christmas has many hazards - and some role models, says BMJ
Christmas is not cost-effective and can be dangerous – but people should decide for themselves whether it is worth celebrating, according to a light-hearted analysis pre-dating the current COVID crisis. More

11/12/2020 - 'Mortality risk' of surgery on surgeon's birthday
Patients who undergo surgery on their surgeon’s birthday face an increased mortality risk, according to a US-based study today, published as part of the tradition of quirky Christmas journal articles. More

04/12/2020 - Chimera cells could trigger “host” of advances
In a discovery straight out of myth and science fiction, researchers have announced the discovery of stem cells that could be used to create “chimera” animals and organs derived from mixed species. More

17/11/2020 - Asthma risk for permanent night shift workers
Shift workers, particularly those who work nights permanently, could be at increased risk of developing moderate to severe asthma, researchers say today. More

10/11/2020 - Users 'overstate' benefits of health supplements
People who take multivitamin and mineral supplements overstate the benefits, based on their positive expectations of effectiveness, researchers say today. More

07/10/2020 - Anaesthesia aerosols smaller than feared
Anaesthesia procedures may not pose as much risk of COVID-19 transmission as had been feared, according to a British study. More

28/07/2020 - Daily internet users 'have better mental health'
Adults over 50 who use the internet more frequently are more likely to experience positive mental health and wellbeing, a new UK study reveals today. More

17/06/2020 - Local anaesthesia may protect environment
Using regional rather than general anaesthesia when possible may have significant environmental advantages, it has been claimed. More

04/06/2020 - Biomedical scientists urge protection from false claims
Scientists have called on the European Union to protect biomedical sciences from false claims – amid commercial attempts to exploit stem cell and genetic treatments. More

19/05/2020 - 'Dr Google' is unreliable
Online symptom checkers provide inaccurate diagnoses two thirds of the time, according to a new Australian study. More

14/05/2020 - Physical work demands shorter working life
Jobs with high physical demands are linked to a shortened working life and more sickness absence and unemployment, Danish researchers say today. More

07/04/2020 - Public facemasks may help vulnerable
Research on wearing of face-masks in public tends to supports its benefits, according to an analysis from the University of East Anglia, UK. More

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