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27/09/2010 - Cities breed disease protection
People whose distant ancestors lived in cities may have greater protection than others against common infectious diseases, British researchers said yesterday. More

16/09/2010 - Fundamental weakness of cosmetic surgery
British cosmetic surgery is beset by "fundamental weaknesses", according to the findings of a major British inquiry published today. More

10/09/2010 - Music to soothe all ills?
Music could be finely-tuned to treat both emotional and physical pain, British scientists believe. More

09/09/2010 - Hunger risk from sleeplessness
People who miss out on their sleep face a massively increased risk of becoming susceptible to heart disease and diabetes, researchers warned yesterday. More

07/09/2010 - Killer cockroaches could aid mankind
Can anything good come out of a cockroach? Yes, according to British scientists. More

06/09/2010 - Mad gene drives human diversity
A senior professor says he has found a "crazy" gene responsible for driving human evolution. More

03/09/2010 - Compost risk revealed
Potting compost may carry a serious hazard for gardeners - Legionnaire's disease, a British doctor revealed today. More

02/09/2010 - Human evolution continuing?
Some people may have unique genetic variants whilst many others share rare genetic traits with a small number of other people, according to a major study of human DNA published last night. More

24/08/2010 - How glucose scrambles immune system
High levels of glucose in the body may play a key part in weakening defences against infection, British researchers reveal today. More

11/08/2010 - Cooling weather strains hearts
A slight cooling of the weather can trigger dozens of heart attacks, researchers warned today. More

09/08/2010 - Tribute to doctors killed in Afghan massacre
Tributes were yesterday for Dr Karen Woo, aged 36, a British doctor killed in a massacre of medical workers in Afghanistan. More

20/07/2010 - Mobile threat to ears
Regular mobile phone may cause damage to the ears, researchers claimed today. More

12/07/2010 - Heatwave warning
Death rates among elderly people in Britain have begun to climb amid an extended spell of warm mid-summer weather, officials have warned. More

07/07/2010 - Prozac makes shrimps like light
Massive dosing of anti-depressants to human patients may be having unexpected side-effects - placing marine life at risk, experts warn today. More

02/07/2010 - DIY lung disease warning
Do it yourself builders are placing themselves at risk because they do not realise they may be working with asbestos, campaigners warned today. More

02/07/2010 - Anaesthetists warned of global warming
Anaesthetics in a busy hospital will contribute as much to global warming as hundreds of cars every year, researchers warned last night. More

23/06/2010 - Phone masts cleared of pregnancy risk
There is no link between cancer in young children and their mother's exposure to mobile phone base stations in pregnancy, researchers said today. More

09/06/2010 - Height linked to heart risk
Short people face a 50 per cent increased risk of developing heart disease compared with tall people, according to an analysis today. More

01/06/2010 - Glue clue in artificial tan
Scientists say a compound used to make tanning spray may provide the basis for a radical new surgical glue. More

20/05/2010 - Advance planning urged for dying
British doctors need to encourage patients to agree in advance the kind of treatment and care they expect if they suffer a terminal illness, according to guidelines published yesterday. More

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