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03/02/2011 - Brain disease test for blood donors
British researchers have made a breakthrough in the search to make donated blood safe from the brain disease that originated in animals, vCJD. More

28/01/2011 - People in long-term relationships enjoy good physical and mental health
Long-term, committed relationships are good for mental and physical health and the benefits increase over time, according to a new analysis. More

27/01/2011 - Battlefield trauma
Soldiers who undergo severe trauma on the battlefield may suffer major effects on their health later in life, according to a new study. More

26/01/2011 - Build shade to beat sun's rays - guidance
New buildings should provide areas of outdoor shade to help people avoid the sun, according to new official UK guidance published today. More

25/01/2011 - Turn down the heating and lose weight?
Central heating and double glazing may be playing a key role in the spread of obesity in the UK and other developed countries, researchers claim today. More

19/01/2011 - Device could boost resus survival
A mechanical device could dramatically improve survival rates of patients who get on-the-spot treatment for heart attack, researchers reported today. More

17/01/2011 - Mountain highs - and lows
People who live at high altitudes may face problems with mental illness, researchers have warned. More

10/01/2011 - Night-shades may boost female health
Women who sleep with eye-shades may be helping to reduce their risk of breast cancer, researchers have reported. More

31/12/2010 - How romance is in the head
Most brains react in the same way to romantic love, regardless of sexuality or gender, a new study has revealed. More

30/12/2010 - Patients should know about sleep-deprived surgeons
Surgeons should tell patients how much sleep they have had before carrying out procedures, it has been suggested. More

24/12/2010 - Angina risk increases with family demands
Family demands and worries substantially increase the risk of angina, researchers said yesterday. More

21/12/2010 - How runners put on weight
Marathon runners who rely too much on sports drinks to keep them going may harm their chances of winning the race, according to a new analysis. More

17/12/2010 - Do Santa's sleepless nights risk his health?
Santa Claus and his elves could be risking their health by staying awake for days and nights at a time to deliver presents to children all over the world, experts have claimed. More

15/12/2010 - Festive findings debunk alcohol myths
New festive research has confirmed that, contrary to popular belief, alcohol does not cause indigestion symptoms such as heartburn, belching and bloating. More

14/12/2010 - Card-sized labs on way
Credit card sized devices that will perform laboratory quality analysis for GPs may soon enter mass production in Europe, it has been announced. More

08/12/2010 - Music soothes troubled chest
Patients who need mechanical ventilation to help them breathe may benefit from being surrounded by soothing music, according to an expert analysis published today. More

23/11/2010 - New hope for paraplegia movement
British engineers have helped developed a revolutionary micro-device to help people with paraplegia move their legs, it was announced today. More

19/11/2010 - Social networking sites may “induce psychological stress”
Facebook could be bad for your health, doctors in Italy have claimed, after treating a teenager who suffered repeated asthma attacks when logging onto the site. More

19/11/2010 - Public urged to get well without antibiotics
A campaign has been launched to remind people that antibiotics are ineffective in the treatment of coughs and colds. More

11/11/2010 - Computer game's building blocks for flashback treatment
A classic computer game may have a unique ability to help patients who suffer from traumatic flashbacks, according to British researchers. More

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