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13/05/2011 - Twitter saves lives
The social network service Twitter may have played a key role in saving lives during the Japanese earthquake disaster, doctors revealed today. More

10/05/2011 - Swedes implant stem cell vessel
Swedish doctors claim to have performed the world's first operation on a human using a blood vessel made from stem cells. More

07/04/2011 - Shopping's health benefits?
Regular shoppers may enjoy the benefit of prolonging their lives, researchers suggested today. More

05/04/2011 - Human blood hope for 'memristor'
It may sound like sci-fi, but engineers believe that circuitry that links human tissues and nerve cells directly to a robotic limb or artificial eye might one day be possible. More

01/04/2011 - Milk teeth wanted for palace art project
Thousands of youngsters are being asked if they will donate their milk teeth as part of an art-science collaboration and they will still get their money from the Tooth Fairy. More

31/03/2011 - Home tests "baffling" - watchdog
People tempted to use home-testing kits would probably be "better off" going straight to their GP, a consumer watchdog says today. More

24/03/2011 - Traffic threat to lung transplants
People who get a lung transplant face a massively increased risk of it failing if they live near a main road, researchers warned today. More

18/03/2011 - Western Europeans living longer
Life expectancy is rising in Europe, despite the rise in obesity, according to a new analysis. More

07/03/2011 - The gene that did for Henry, Anne and Katherine
Six wives and two beheadings gave the English king Henry VIII just one sickly male heir - and now researchers say they can explain why. More

04/03/2011 - Mutations hit stem cell hopes
New findings suggest major problems with the drive to revolutionise medicine through programming stem cells. More

24/02/2011 - Air pollution a major heart attack trigger
Air pollution may be as dangerous to the heart as shovelling snow or drinking too much alcohol or coffee, researchers warned today. More

08/02/2011 - New clues to MS
The role of sunshine in preventing multiple sclerosis has been suspected for some time - and now a major study provides more proof. More

08/02/2011 - Brits struggle to shed Christmas pounds
The British over-indulged at Christmas - and have failed to shed the weight afterwards, according to a pioneering new survey. More

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

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