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18/08/2011 - New malaria resistance problem
African mosquitoes are fast developing resistance to common insecticides - placing progress against malaria in jeopardy, researchers warned today. More

12/08/2011 - Engineers develop “smart skin” electronic device
Engineers have developed a “smart skin” patch that bends, wrinkles and stretches like human skin. More

02/08/2011 - Heart test for "grey goo"
Britain's Prince Charles famously condemned it as "grey goo" - and now German researchers have warned that nano-technology may pose a risk to the heart. More

21/07/2011 - Tall people face cancer risk
Tall people face an increased risk of developing cancer in almost all cultures, researchers said today. More

18/07/2011 - Novel virus infects both monkeys and humans
A virus that spread through a colony of New World titi monkeys also affected humans, it has been revealed. More

15/07/2011 - Horse-human link provides vaccine hope
Genetic studies of an organism that infects both humans and horses could open the way to new vaccines, researchers said today. More

14/07/2011 - Spiders "wrongly" blamed
Too many spiders are being blamed for unexplained flesh wounds, leading to patients getting wrong treatment, doctors warned today. More

13/07/2011 - Challenge to water advice
A British doctor has challenged advice that tells people to drink more water. More

11/07/2011 - Tweets reveal health trends
Studying Twitter may be a fruitful way of spotting trends in public health, according to two scientists. More

08/07/2011 - Is romance "fiction"?
Romantic fiction is clouding many women’s views of love and sex because the genre idealises relationships, it has been claimed. More

04/07/2011 - End animal antibiotic abuse call
The world's nations need to end the routine use of antibiotics on farm animals to help keep humans safe from infection, a major summit said last week. More

17/06/2011 - 'Embrace' social networking, doctors told
Social networking is a powerful tool that should be embraced as a way of helping people improve their knowledge of health – and to break down barriers, experts say today. More

14/06/2011 - Mobile brain cancer link raises questions
Some mobile phone addicts may face an increased risk of developing brain cancer, according to the findings of a major international studies published today. More

14/06/2011 - Blood donors going global
Growing numbers of countries are successfully using unpaid volunteers to collect blood donations, it was announced today. More

13/06/2011 - Consciousness scans revealed
British researchers have unveiled novel images showing for the first time how the human brain loses consciousness. More

01/06/2011 - UK sunscreen advice "blunder"
The official advice that Britons are getting on sunscreen does not go far enough, experts alleged today. More

01/06/2011 - Mouse virus link to ME refuted
Scientists say they can explain how a mouse virus mistakenly became linked to chronic fatigue syndrome. More

31/05/2011 - World steps up anti-smoking action
Global campaigners were celebrating success today for World No Tobacco Day - with warnings about further battles in the campaign against the toll of smoking-related disease. More

25/05/2011 - VR greenery aid to convalescence
University scientists are seeking to take virtual reality to a new level - with a view to helping sick people who cannot get access to the outside world. More

24/05/2011 - Culture makes men healthier
Men who enjoy cultural activities tend to be happier and healthier than others, researchers said today. More

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