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04/02/2015 - Cancer may affect half of the UK
Half the British population is likely to face the development of cancer because of increased life expectancy, experts warn today. More

03/02/2015 - Dementia cure round the corner?
Dementia could have an effective treatment within a decade, a senior doctor claimed yesterday. More

29/01/2015 - Toll of preventable diabetes death
Nearly 24,000 people a year are dying early because of "preventable" complications of diabetes, according to a major study published today. More

26/01/2015 - Cancer symptoms often seen as "trivial"
Thousands of people may be dismissing symptoms of cancer as "trivial", researchers claimed today. More

30/12/2014 - Why you should cut down on alcohol - Burns
New Year’s Eve is linked in many people’s minds with alcohol – and a senior doctor is trying shock tactics to encourage lasting resolutions. More

19/12/2014 - Psychiatric drugs over-used?
Powerful psychiatric drugs are mainly being used for common mental illnesses – often for elderly patients, researchers say today. More

17/12/2014 - Gene screening could be stepped up – study
Large-scale gene sequencing could feasibly be used in the NHS to identify rare diseases, experts say today. More

03/12/2014 - Midwives 'best' for low-risk labours
Midwife-led care during labour for women with a low-risk pregnancy should be safe, according to guidelines published today. More

27/11/2014 - Liver disease rethink call
The UK needs a radical new approach to liver disease to prevent the NHS being overwhelmed by growing numbers of patients, experts say today. More

21/11/2014 - Thousands to be offered vouchers for breast-feeding
Thousands of new mothers are to get a chance to earn vouchers by breast-feeding their babies, it was announced yesterday. More

18/11/2014 - Call to tackle UK blood pressure problem
A new drive to improve the detection of high blood pressure was launched today in the hope of saving the NHS billions in treatment of diseases such as stroke. More

18/11/2014 - Advice on infant lung disease
Babies with a common lung infection should not be treated with antibiotics, according to draft guidelines published today. More

07/11/2014 - Winter sickness bug takes grip
Hospitals are already having to close wards because of norovirus sickness, it has been revealed. More

05/11/2014 - Ovary problem guidelines
New guidelines are published today on the long-term health impact of polycystic ovary syndrome. More

30/10/2014 - Map shows poor diabetes care
A new interactive map allows patients and health planners to identify the regions of England with the worst diabetes care. More

29/10/2014 - Screening shake-up call
Many NHS screening programmes are failing to set out fully for the public the risks and benefits of taking part, MPs say today. More

23/10/2014 - Halve baby deaths - obstetricians
A drive to cut baby deaths across the UK was being launched today. More

02/10/2014 - Blackout assessment guidelines point to ECG
New guidelines will help clinicians decide whether a patient suffering blackouts or fainting episodes has a serious underlying condition, experts say today. More

02/10/2014 - Alarm at young adult diabetes care
Young adults with diabetes are getting much worse care than older people with the condition, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

09/09/2014 - Club drug threat increasing - psychiatrists
Clubbers' drugs are posing a growing problem in the UK - with new substances appearing weekly, psychiatrists warn today. More

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