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04/04/2017 - Guidelines for thyroid disorder 'out-dated'
Doctors treating patients with mildly underactive thyroid gland may be prescribing ineffective medication, Scottish experts said yesterday. More

24/03/2017 - Shakespeare son-in-law clue to early modern medicine
Shakespeare's son-in-law was a doctor - and now the public is to be invited to see how he practised medicine in the 17th century. More

23/03/2017 - Solar power breakthrough for artificial skin
Scientists have developed "solar-powered" prosthetic skin as they seek to mimic the properties of real skin, it was announced today. More

20/03/2017 - £1m fund for robotics research for healthcare
A £1 million fund to develop robotics and artificial intelligence (RAI) technologies could pave the way for new methods of delivering healthcare and emergency care, developers say today. More

16/03/2017 - Exoskeleton plan for surgeons
Engineers in Bristol are planning to develop exoskeletons for surgeons as part of a programme aimed at revolutionising minimally invasive surgery. More

13/03/2017 - Parents ignorant of SIDS prevention - survey
Many parents are unaware of basic measures that can help reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome, according to a survey published today. More

07/03/2017 - CFS drug trial finds no solution
An interleukin-1 receptor antagonist offers no benefits for women with chronic fatigue syndrome, according to a Dutch study. More

22/02/2017 - Life expectancy reaching 90 in some places
Life expectancy is set to continue increasing until 2030 - passing the age of 90 for women in one country, according to a major analysis published today. More

17/02/2017 - Call for on-line pharmacy crack-down
On-line pharmacies may be helping to fuel antibiotic resistance by enabling patients to get drugs without prescription, according to a major analysis published today. More

09/02/2017 - Inequality threat to global health
Inequality has a central role in global mental and physical health, British academics say today. More

08/02/2017 - 3D clue to tuberculosis action
A 3D cell culturing system for studying tuberculosis has been unveiled by British scientists. More

02/02/2017 - New growth genes uncovered
British researchers say they hope to uncover new treatments for growth disorders after reporting 83 genetic variants linked to human height. More

01/02/2017 - Socioeconomic risk for mortality
Socioeconomic status must be a major focus of health strategies to reduce mortality, experts say today. More

26/01/2017 - Briton in line for WHO job
A British doctor has been short-listed for the job of director general of the World Health Organisation, it was announced yesterday. More

11/01/2017 - New call to curb tobacco use
There are significant health and financial benefits from improved tobacco control policies, according to a major new report. More

06/01/2017 - Genetics’ role in immunity highlighted
Human immune systems are largely shaped by genetics - and very individualised, according to the findings of a major project unveiled yesterday. More

04/01/2017 - Cobweb healing power harnessed
British researchers have unveiled an antibiotic spider silk - expected to provide dressings as well as other medical functions. More

03/01/2017 - Risk of friendly microbes
Strategies that aim to combat microbes with "more friendly" strains are highly risky, British researchers have warned. More

14/12/2016 - Phone game benefits faded after six weeks
The hit mobile phone game Pokemon GO was praised for increasing physical activity among users - but this may have only lasted six weeks, according to a new analysis. More

13/12/2016 - Malaria progress in Africa - and more to do
African countries have made huge progress in ensuring children and pregnant women are protected against malaria - but substantial gaps remain, according to the annual global report on the topic today. More

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