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02/02/2012 - Cold hands syndrome campaign
Doctors have urged people with persistently cold hands to recognise the weather may not be to blame. More

26/01/2012 - How long hours impact mind
People who work extra long hours may be stacking up their odds of suffering from bouts of major depression, Finnish researchers warned last night. More

20/01/2012 - Medical treatment for insomnia?
People with insomnia should receive medical treatment for the condition to help prevent other illnesses such as depression, hypertension and diabetes, experts say today. More

19/01/2012 - New power plant leukaemia link
Campaigners have called for action to protect families living near nuclear power plants after new findings linking them to leukaemia among children. More

19/01/2012 - How social media has transformed dating
Experts have expressed alarm at the number of young adults who have based their love lives around social media. More

17/01/2012 - Headphone hazard to pedestrians
The iPod revolution is creating a new hazard for young adults, researchers warned today. More

13/01/2012 - STIQ Day campaigns
Local health workers nationwide have issued calls to the public to think about their sexual health over the weekend. More

12/01/2012 - Sunshine vitamin call
Europe needs a concerted drive to improve vitamin D levels to boost bone health and prevent a range of diseases, experts say today. More

10/01/2012 - Broken heart warning on grief
People who die from grief are said to have died from a "broken heart" - and now researchers have set out the physical risks linked to bereavement. More

04/01/2012 - Staying Alive - the kiss-free way
A 70s disco classic by the Bee Gees is set to be a new life-saving song, it was announced today. More

30/12/2011 - Watch out for those maids-a-milking
Comedians have made fun of the hazards faced by recipients of the gifts in the partridge in a pear tree - and now British analysts have revealed the real-life toll involved in activities such as milking cows. More

29/12/2011 - New Year resolution - two for the price of one?
New Year resolutions often come in packages of two, government health experts said yesterday. More

22/12/2011 - Mediterranean diet tested - in Scandinavia
Elderly people benefit from eating the so-called Mediterranean diet - with longer lives, according to findings published yesterday. More

21/12/2011 - 27 Club of lost legends a 'myth', research shows
Being a best-selling musician is a risky business - with the odds of failing to reach 40 significantly increased, researchers say today. More

16/12/2011 - Walk at 3mph or more to avoid the 'Grim Reaper'
If you are a man over 70 and want to elude the Grim Reaper, you have to walk at a speed of at least three miles an hour. More

14/12/2011 - Malaria remains global health threat
Successes against malaria are under threat, according to a new World Health Organisation report published yesterday. More

08/12/2011 - Euro-research call on chronic diseases
European researchers have called for greater efforts to identify the causes of chronic diseases, such as allergy, which affect growing numbers of people. More

08/12/2011 - Nuns urged to take Pill
Nuns should be given the contraceptive pill for the sake of their general health, experts say today. More

07/12/2011 - Diabetes risk for shift workers
Women who work on rotating night shifts face a massively increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warned today. More

02/12/2011 - Gifted people can hallucinate at will
Some people can “hallucinate colours at will” - and this may indicate an innate ability to handle pain, a study by the University of Hull, UK, has found. More

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