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13/11/2009 - Child risk from sunbeds warning
Rates of sunbed use among children are surprisingly high, campaigners warned today. More

12/11/2009 - Paltrow therapy alarms doctors
A therapy which substitutes heated cups for acupuncture needles tops a list of unproven treatment fads compiled by British doctors. More

12/11/2009 - Gut bugs clue to fatness
Scientists may have found another clue to controlling human obesity - the bugs in our guts, it was announced last night. More

09/11/2009 - Stroke ads speed treatment
A publicity campaign in England to improve emergency treatment of stroke has had a dramatic effect, it was announced today. More

23/10/2009 - Doubts over benefit of low alcohol intake
New findings challenge the theory that drinking a little alcohol may be good for the health. More

20/10/2009 - Warning of alcohol death toll
Tens of thousands of people could die from direct effects of binge drinking in the UK in the next decade, experts warned yesterday. More

16/10/2009 - Global impact of cannabis revealed
A new review of cannabis use around the world suggests it has been used by one in 25 adults aged 15 to 64 years. More

16/10/2009 - Health boost from green spaces
People who live near green spaces, such as parks, gain a boost to their health, researchers reported yesterday. More

08/10/2009 - Pubs kick smoking plan into touch
The British government gained backing from footballers but not pub landlords today for its drive to get the nation to quit smoking. More

06/10/2009 - Warning on herbal poison
An ancient poisonous herb is being marketed as "herbal valium", British regulators have warned. More

06/10/2009 - Telomere researchers get Nobel
Three scientists who discovered the secret of cell ageing shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine between themselves yesterday. More

02/10/2009 - Babies will hit century - claim
More than half of babies born in rich nations today may live to be 100, according to an analysis today. More

29/09/2009 - Heels and slippers warning to women
Women whose footwear is determined by extreme fashion - or extreme comfort - pay the price in later life, researchers warned last night. More

18/09/2009 - Health in middle age affects life expectancy
Poor health and habits such as smoking in middle age too often lead to early death for men, researchers warn today. More

15/09/2009 - Melons aid stress
A melon juice extract may have the ability to relieve stress and help people avoid "burn-out", researchers report today. More

14/09/2009 - Will pester power beat smoking?
The new generation of children is strongly against smoking - and most wish their parents would give up, according to figures published today. More

03/09/2009 - Job stress linked to rheumatoid arthritis mental health
Researchers have found new links between stress at work and risk of rheumatoid arthritis. More

19/08/2009 - Drink sleep warning
Alcohol may help you get to sleep - but it won't give you a restful night, officials warned today. More

11/08/2009 - Alarm at oral cancer increase
Increased rates of alcohol drinking were blamed today for a sudden surge in the number of people developing cancer in the mouth. More

04/08/2009 - Funds flock to fundamental threats
Diseases that pose a "fundamental threat" to humanity tend to soak up massive research funding, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

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