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12/02/2010 - Plan for long hot summers - Lancet
Public health advice may need a rethink if long hot summers return to Britain through global warming, an expert says today. More

11/02/2010 - Treat fatigue syndrome - experts
People with chronic fatigue syndrome - also known as ME - should be given treatment and can be helped, experts said today. More

10/02/2010 - IQ link to heart disease
Low IQ is a key factor for heart disease and is beaten only by smoking, British researchers said today. More

09/02/2010 - DJ heads campaign against noise risk
A well known DJ is fronting a campaign to encourage people to listen to less loud music - and cut the risk to hearing, it was announced yesterday. More

18/01/2010 - Doctors urged to learn about driving fitness
Doctors need more training in the need to tell patients they may have to give up driving, researchers have warned. More

14/01/2010 - Hard day's night needs sleep
People who are deprived of a full day's sleep over long periods face an increased risk of having accidents and make errors late at night, researchers have reported. More

12/01/2010 - TV the heart killer?
The more television you watch, the greater your risk of heart disease, researchers said last night. More

11/01/2010 - Experts give snow shovelling advice
Most Britons have lost the habit of clearing snow - but experts have warned of the risks of illness and injury from doing it without preparation. More

08/01/2010 - Freeze threat to asthma
People with asthma have been urged to take extra precautions against the freezing weather gripping the northern hemisphere. More

06/01/2010 - Call during freeze, public urged
The British public was urged yesterday to use health service helplines to get advice on keeping warm as much of the northern hemisphere settled into its coldest winter for decades. More

04/01/2010 - Doctors warn on creepy-crawly threat
Dangerous pets, such as tarantulas, have been growing in popularity - but owners may not know all the risks, doctors have warned. More

29/12/2009 - Music soothes hearing problem
Modern music technology may provide the key to treating chronic ringing in the ears, researchers reported last night. More

23/12/2009 - Slim and fit is okay - researchers
The dangers of being slim and fit have been exaggerated, researchers claimed today. More

17/12/2009 - Santa may need reining in
Santa Claus needs to go on a diet, medical experts said today. More

14/12/2009 - Appearances may not be deceptive
You may well be as young - or as old - as you look, doctors claimed today. More

03/12/2009 - Road deaths bereavement toll
The toll of road deaths in Britain may have affected as many as one in a hundred people through bereavement, researchers said today. More

02/12/2009 - Facebook poses ethical risk to doctors
A warning has been issued to doctors not to get close to patients on social networking sites. More

26/11/2009 - Fight climate change and boost health - doctors
Senior doctors weighed in behind claims that tackling climate change could improve health yesterday. More

18/11/2009 - Egyptians had heart disease 3,000 years ago
The symptoms of heart disease are not solely caused by modern "lifestyle" factors, researchers have reported after studying Egyptian mummies. More

16/11/2009 - Call for cosmetic surgery ad crack down
Two for one offers and surgical holidays are placing people who want to look better at "great risk", experts warn today. More

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