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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

28/02/2012 - Sleeping pill risk "high" warning
People who take common sleeping pills seem to face a massive increase in risk of dying, researchers warned today. More

28/02/2012 - Call for vegetarian pills
Drug manufacturers need to develop vegetarian versions of many pills, a doctor said today. More

23/02/2012 - Billion dollar fake medicine business
The sale of dangerous counterfeit medicine is now a global business worth more than 75 billion dollars, an expert warned yesterday. More

23/02/2012 - Killer infection bid
A major project has been launched to tackle the menace of fungal infections - blamed for one and a half million deaths worldwide annually. More

21/02/2012 - Movie link to binge drinking
Popular movies may have a strong influence on teenagers' drinking habits, researchers warned today. More

16/02/2012 - Europe focuses on environment disease
Europe is to get a new focus on diseases caused by the environment, it was announced yesterday. More

15/02/2012 - Brief exposure to air pollutants triggers heart risk
A new investigation into air pollution and heart attack has found a raised risk from all major pollutants except ozone. More

07/02/2012 - House-moves "bad" for children?
Children who move home frequently in childhood face an increased risk of poor health in later life, researchers warned today. More

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

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