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28/01/2014 - Plague study raises new concern
A study of 1,500 year old skeletons has raised new concerns about the threat of the plague to humanity, researchers said last night. More

24/01/2014 - Vitamin D supplements – ‘no health benefits’
Vitamin D supplements probably provide little, if any, health benefits, a New Zealand study has concluded. More

22/01/2014 - How shift-working disrupts genes
Shift workers and others who sleep irregular hours may face disruption of many of their genes, British researchers have warned. More

21/01/2014 - How sun cuts blood pressure
Sunbathing can make people feel good and can boost vitamin levels - and now researchers say it can have a direct impact on reducing blood pressure. More

20/01/2014 - Google clue to disease outbreaks
Internet search engines could help public health specialists identify disease outbreaks in their early stages, according to an Australian expert. More

17/01/2014 - Multiple medicine risks assessed
Some patients worry about taking up to ten or more drugs daily - and in some cases they are right to be concerned, British researchers have found. More

16/01/2014 - Comedians psychotic?
Comedians are sometimes hailed as the new rock stars - and now researchers claim they have "psychotic personalities." More

06/01/2014 - Gene linked to severe sleep disorder
People with a severe sleep disorder are almost all affected by a single gene mutation which affects the immune system, researchers have revealed. More

23/12/2013 - Planning vital for healthy eating
The best way to keep a healthy diet of at least "five a day" fruit and vegetables is to have a strategy, according to a new study. More

20/12/2013 - How Christmas scent could help women
The gift of frankincense in the Biblical story may have helped Mary, the mother of Jesus, in particular, researchers revealed today. More

18/12/2013 - Celebrities impact public health - not always for good
Doctors should take the influence of celebrities on their patients more seriously as it affects their health behaviours, doctors say today. More

17/12/2013 - Electronic tags to revolutionise disaster response
Researchers have told how they are developing a system of electronic tags for major emergencies. More

16/12/2013 - Vitamin clue to Hobbit success
Fantasy villains, in films such as the Hobbit, may be victims of vitamin D deficiency, a British doctor has claimed. More

13/12/2013 - Drs say No to Bond lifestyle
Super-spy James Bond would have been incapable of stirring his Martini - and that may be why he had it shaken, doctors claimed today. More

25/11/2013 - Neanderthal link to immunity
Many Europeans may benefit from an immune system boost they received from ancient Neanderthals, scientists have claimed. More

20/11/2013 - Employment stability boosts childbearing
Women who spend more time in casual employment are less likely to have had a baby by the age of 35, researchers say today. More

15/11/2013 - WHO reveals new roadmap for malaria vaccine
New licensed vaccines should be in place by 2030 that will not only reduce malaria cases by 75% but are also capable of eliminating the disease, the World Health Organisation has announced. More

01/11/2013 - Hope for communication with coma patients
Modern scanning devices may be able to help doctors communicate with some patients who seem to be in a permanent vegetative state, researchers revealed yesterday. More

11/10/2013 - Mercury target falls - as concern rises
The liquid metal mercury should be removed from home first aid kits and all medical devices by the end of the decade, health officials said yesterday. More

08/10/2013 - Booming economy leads to 'higher' death rates
A booming economy leads to more deaths among middle-aged and older people than a recession-hit economy, according to a major study published today. More

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