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05/08/2015 - Spicy food may boost health
Eating spicy food, especially chili pepper, may improve health, researchers say today. More

28/07/2015 - Depression key reason for assisted dying requests
Many of those seeking assisted dying in Belgium are suffering from depression, researchers say today. More

24/07/2015 - Middle age success leads to drink - study
People who are middle-aged and successfully middle class face a high risk of developing harmful drinking habits, researchers warn today. More

16/07/2015 - Space station medical research hope
British researchers are hoping the country's first space station resident will be helping with medical research. More

14/07/2015 - Funeral workers face brain disease
The chemical formaldehyde may be making funeral directors susceptible to motor neurone disease, researchers warn today. More

13/07/2015 - Push cash to global health, conference told
Barely a fifth of the international aid given for health purposes is available for tackling global threats, a study reports today. More

07/07/2015 - Ageing process starts in young adults
Just 18 biological measures can be combined to see how quickly people age, according to a new study. 1 comments More

01/07/2015 - Sanitation not meeting Millennium Goal
Inadequate sanitation around the world will undermine the benefits of widespread efforts to improve drinking water sources, health experts warn today. More

30/06/2015 - Exhausted T-cells hope for autoimmune diseases
Immune system "exhaustion" could prove to be a key indicator of the prospects of patients who develop auto-immune disease, British researchers say. More

26/06/2015 - Anti-ageing treatment nears
A cancer drug may hold the key to delaying ageing, it was revealed last night. More

24/06/2015 - Danger of living near noisy roads
New findings today add to the evidence that exposure to noise pollution may negatively impact health. More

23/06/2015 - Skinny jeans not for squatting
Skinny jeans are increasingly popular - but squatting in them can do serious damage to the legs, doctors warn today. More

23/06/2015 - Climate challenge could boost world health
A world worried about climate change would improve its health, according to a major study today. More

19/06/2015 - Puberty age link to health
People who undergo puberty early or late may face a range of health problems later in life, according to a major British study. More

11/06/2015 - Call for blood donors
The world needs to step up efforts to recruit voluntary blood donors to help tackle problems such as maternal deaths, according to health officials. More

09/06/2015 - Verdi good for the heart?
The Italian composer Verdi may hold the key to heart health, researchers reveal today. More

09/06/2015 - More people living with ill health
One third of people across the world suffered from at least five ailments during 2013, according to a major new study published yesterday. More

04/06/2015 - Ubble trouble for some from death forecast
A new risk of death prediction system for middle-aged people has 80% accuracy, researchers reported today. More

01/06/2015 - Bubble drugs could revolutionise care
Ultrasound and micro-bubbles could be the answer to improving the effectiveness of many drugs, according to a prize-winning British engineer. More

26/05/2015 - Noise may trigger waist expansion
People who live with high levels of traffic noise face an increased risk of carrying a "spare tyre" through having surplus fat around the waist, researchers warn today. More

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