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11/02/2015 - Alcohol health benefits 'disappearing'
Drinking small amounts of alcohol may not convey much-touted health benefits, it is claimed today. More

09/02/2015 - Nano-gold medical revolution hailed
Nano-particles made of gold and silica can combine cancer treatments and imaging techniques in a single tiny sphere, researchers say. More

02/02/2015 - Biological clock can ‘predict people’s lifespans’
A biological clock that provides vital clues about how long a person could live for has been uncovered for the first time. More

22/01/2015 - Rethink call on child screen time
A two hour limit on children's daily exposure to television and computer games may have become unrealistic, researchers have warned today. More

21/01/2015 - Weekend sleep patterns risk health
Growing numbers of people may be suffering from "social jetlag" and putting their health at risk, researchers warned today. More

16/01/2015 - Rising damp raises fungus bogeyman
Wetter weather makes diseases caused by fungus a growing threat, an expert said last night. More

14/01/2015 - Alcohol risk from working long hours
People who work long hours face a risk of drinking too much alcohol, researchers warned today. More

06/01/2015 - Rotating night shift work ‘bad for health’
Women who work rotating night shifts for five or more years could be at increased risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warn today. More

30/12/2014 - Sci-fi technology fails to stop cardiac arrest
In the 24th century, victims of cardiac arrest are still likely to face a high risk of dying, according to Austrian researchers. More

23/12/2014 - Snakes in the home bring disease to infants
Parents may delight their children by introducing a new pet at Christmas – but if the pet is a snake it may bring risk of serious infection, researchers warned today. More

22/12/2014 - Personal breathalysers “inaccurate” - study
People who rely on personal breathalyser kits to check their alcohol levels stand a good chance of falling foul of police checks, medical researchers have warned. More

18/12/2014 - Life expectancy increasing - mostly
Global success against many major diseases has improved life expectancy for most people in the last 25 years, according to a study published today. More

17/12/2014 - Evaporating seasonal fat – but not through cartoons or game machines?
Many people will seek to lose weight in the New Year – but few will realise where their body fat goes, scientists claims today. More

12/12/2014 - Extroverts need strong immune systems?
People who are out-going and sociable may have stronger immune systems than others, researchers say. More

09/12/2014 - Malaria deaths slump
Deaths from malaria have fallen dramatically this century – but it still afflicts millions, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

01/12/2014 - New UK plea on tobacco packaging
Two major UK research charities today call on the government to keep a pledge to standardise tobacco packaging "as a matter of urgency" to dissuade children from taking up smoking. More

07/11/2014 - WW1 private's role in medical research
World War I private Ernest Cable died not from a bullet but from dysentery - but his death is now helping to save millions of lives, experts say today. More

06/11/2014 - Purpose and meaning key to long life?
A sense of meaning and purpose entering old age plays a key role in lengthening lifespan, researchers say today. More

31/10/2014 - 35-year study reveals steps to healthy living
People can make a massive difference to their health prospects by taking responsibility for their own behaviour, the academics behind a 35-year study have claimed. More

24/10/2014 - How sunshine could tackle obesity
Plenty of sunshine may help to combat obesity and the risk of developing diabetes, according to a new study. More

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