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10/04/2014 - Teeth clue to heart disease
Bad teeth are a major factor in the development of heart disease, according to a major European study published today. More

04/04/2014 - WHO targets insect diseases
The World Health Organisation (WHO) is to highlight the dangers of diseases transmitted by insects as part of World Health Day on April 7, it has announced. More

02/04/2014 - Vitamin D benefits still unclear
A major review on the health benefits of the sunshine vitamin, D, has found no clear positive effects, researchers say today. More

02/04/2014 - Living alone aggravates skin cancer risk
Men who live alone face the greatest risk from the skin cancer melanoma, according to a new study. More

26/03/2014 - White coat effect is real
The so-called "white coat effect" of doctors on blood pressure readings has now been confirmed in a scientific study, researchers say today. More

25/03/2014 - Sleep clues to obesity
Good sleep may be one of the key factors in preventing obesity and diabetes, researchers say today. More

10/03/2014 - Fish oil boost for child sleep
Children sleep significantly better if they are given supplements of fish oil, British researchers have revealed. More

26/02/2014 - Vitamin D link to inflammation
Immune function can be severely compromised by a lack of vitamin D, new findings suggest. More

20/02/2014 - Food packaging risk claim
Most food now comes in plastic packaging - and chronic exposure to these substances may be causing unknown health hazards, experts warn today. More

20/02/2014 - Social media lie detector plan
A major European project is aiming to build a social media "lie detector", sifting facts from rumour, it has been announced. More

19/02/2014 - Assisted suicide attracts lonely - Swiss study
Women and those living alone use the right to assisted suicide in Switzerland more than others, according to a major study published today. More

03/02/2014 - Wear ear defenders - DJ
A top DJ has urged music lovers to wear ear defenders to concerts amid concern about the growing risk of damage. More

30/01/2014 - Reaction clue to health
Middle-aged people with slow reactions may be at increased risk of dying young, researchers reported last night. More

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

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