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25/07/2012 - Malaria widely misdiagnosed in Asia
There is a problem of overdiagnosis and mistreatment of malaria in south and central Asia, researchers warn today. More

20/07/2012 - Choir boosts health
A choir established for cancer survivors has proved massively beneficial to their mental health, researchers have reported. More

17/07/2012 - Seaside living best?
People who live by the sea feel they enjoy better health than others, according to a UK study published last night. More

10/07/2012 - YouTube info praised
People with bone cancer can get "helpful and accurate" information from the web video service YouTube, according to a new study. More

06/07/2012 - Space travel may boost lifespan
Travelling in space might help to extend life, scientists revealed last night. More

20/06/2012 - How work causes cancer
About 8,000 people a year in the UK are dying from cancer linked to their place of work, researchers warn today. More

14/06/2012 - Universal call for donor day
Millions of people with special blood are being sought today in the UK to help build stocks in advance of the Olympics. More

12/06/2012 - Dental health link to cancer
Poor mouth hygiene may increase the risk of dying early from cancer, it has been claimed. 1 comments More

07/06/2012 - Impact of climate change on health needs attention
Action to cut the health impact of climate change must be taken at all levels, according to a new analysis. More

07/06/2012 - CT cancer link warning
Doctors should seek to reduce the use of CT brain scanning on children because of increased cancer risks later in life, according to the findings of a major study published yesterday. More

29/05/2012 - New shift link to cancer
Women who work regularly at night face an increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to a new analysis published today. More

29/05/2012 - Smokers' lungs "save lives"
The lungs of smokers should be used for transplants - because overall patients have a better survival chance, British surgeons say today. More

25/05/2012 - Hope for ear problem treatment
A combination of cognitive behaviour therapy and sound-based retraining therapy is a significantly more effective treatment for the hearing condition tinnitus than existing therapies, a new study has found. More

24/05/2012 - Clock change link to accidents
Britain's twice yearly clock change is causing a steep increase in traffic accidents, surgeons warned yesterday. More

04/05/2012 - Jogging can extend life, claims study
Joggers live for longer, Danish research has concluded. More

19/04/2012 - Bad teeth link to heart dismissed
Bad teeth may not cause heart disease or stroke, experts said last night. More

15/03/2012 - How on-line health checkers scare patients
On-line health checkers can scare people by grouping specific symptoms together, according to a new study. More

14/03/2012 - High rate of medical errors in developing countries
Patients in hospitals in the developing world may face an unrecorded toll of healthcare related harm, researchers warned today. More

12/03/2012 - How to grow organs - pioneer
A pioneering transplant surgeon has called on researchers to step up efforts to "grow" new organs in laboratories. More

29/02/2012 - Rare diseases under spotlight
Campaigners are using Rare Diseases Day, today, to highlight the risks and needs of obscure illnesses. More

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