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06/05/2010 - Pressure threatens female health
Young women with high pressure jobs face a greater risk of developing heart disease than their older counterparts, researchers said today. More

05/05/2010 - Ill-effects of sleeplessness
People who cut their sleep short may also cut their lives short, researchers warned last night. More

30/04/2010 - Australia defies death - survey
Working age men in Iceland have the lowest death rates in the world - whilst Australian rates are amongst the fastest falling, new figures showed today. More

26/04/2010 - Health MOT plan could be cheaper
Health services could run effective screening programmes for heart disease by testing only high risk individuals, it was claimed today. More

07/04/2010 - Crack-down on private health checks
Private health MOT companies are to be deterred from using some hi-tech body scans because of the risk they pose to patients, it was announced yesterday. More

02/04/2010 - Court victory for science writer
Science writer Simon Singh was celebrating today after winning the latest round of his legal battle over his right to criticise complementary medicine practitioners. More

30/03/2010 - Animal studies 'flawed' by non-reporting
Medical research on animals may often lead to false hopes about new drugs - simply because unsuccessful studies are not reported, experts warned today. More

22/03/2010 - TB threat growing - experts
Both Britain and the world face growing threats from TB, experts have warned. More

17/03/2010 - Patients need to learn self-care - doctors
Many people have become so dependent on the British National Health Service they do not know how to look after their own minor ailments, GPs warned yesterday. More

15/03/2010 - Tiger medicine ban backed by Chinese
Campaigners have welcomed an official declaration from practitioners of Chinese medicine that they should not use the bones of the endangered big cat, the tiger. More

10/03/2010 - Ex-smokers get i-phone "app"
Youthful smokers who give up are to get a "gadget" to help them resist their cravings. More

18/02/2010 - A happy heart, a healthy heart
Happy people enjoyed a significantly reduced risk of developing heart disease, according to a major study released today. More

17/02/2010 - Malaria killed King Tut
The legendary Egyptian pharaoh Tutankhamen died from malaria and bone disease - not assassination, researchers revealed last night. More

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

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