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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

29/11/2011 - HIV testing call
Everyone should be tested for HIV infection in some areas in a drive to find thousands of people who are unwittingly carrying the virus, UK government advisers say today. More

24/11/2011 - Shakespeare - a pioneer of psychosomatic research?
Shakespeare was a keen observer of medical symptoms - demonstrating repeatedly how emotional crises caused physical effects, a doctor says today. More

16/11/2011 - Pressure grows for car smoking ban
There was growing pressure for UK governments to ban smoking in cars today - as experts warned that non-smokers face massive risks from the habit. More

14/11/2011 - Dentist link to heart
Professional dental treatment may dramatically reduce the risk of heart attack, researchers have reported. More

03/11/2011 - Nellie no life-saver
The jingly song Nellie the Elephant should no longer be used to train in heart resuscitation - nor should any other music, researchers say. More

01/11/2011 - Bipolar link to creativity
Mozart's manic compositions typify the link that many people think exists between mental illness and creativity. More

31/10/2011 - How commuting harms health
Both car commuting and public transport place significant stresses and strains on the health of workers, according to a new analysis. More

21/10/2011 - Mobile-cancer link ruled out
Medical researchers have ruled out any link between the long-term use of mobile phones and increased risk of tumours of the brain or central nervous system. More

20/10/2011 - Global focus on health inequalities
Improving the health of the most disadvantaged need not be at the expense of overall improvements, a major European study has concluded. More

19/10/2011 - Malaria vaccine promise
A new malaria vaccine is having some success in reducing rates of the disease among young children, it was announced yesterday. More

18/10/2011 - Night shift risk for teens
Young adults who work night shifts may face a doubled risk of developing multiple sclerosis, researchers reported last night. More

14/10/2011 - Dirty Britons’ handwashing habits revealed
One in six mobile phones in Britain is contaminated, most likely because people are failing to wash their hands properly, experts warned today. More

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