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12/02/2014 - Millions more could get cholesterol drugs
Experts have welcomed proposals, published today, to extend the use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs to millions of patients at low risk of heart disease. More

11/02/2014 - Diabetes cases surge
More than three million people in the UK have now been diagnosed with diabetes, according to figures published yesterday. More

24/01/2014 - Age no bar to cancer treatment success
Tens of thousands of elderly people are successfully treated for cancer, campaigners say today. More

20/01/2014 - Keep minor illness out of hospital - campaign
A major national campaign has been launched aiming to encourage the public to take better care of minor illnesses and cut pressure on hospitals. More

14/01/2014 - Public want more cancer investigation
Most people in the UK would prefer much more investigation of possible cancer symptoms than the country's National Health Service offers, according to research published today. More

13/01/2014 - Diabetes causes found in junk DNA
British scientists are investigating so-called junk DNA to find new clues about the causes of diabetes, it was revealed last night. More

30/12/2013 - Call to avoid "fad" diets
Britons seeking to shed pounds gained over Christmas are being urged to avoid "fad" diets. More

09/12/2013 - Study aims to cut breast screening misery
A pioneering project in Birmingham is aiming to reduce the number of women having unnecessary surgery following breast screening, it has been announced. More

29/11/2013 - Palliative care prognosis conversation call
A ground-breaking study into palliative and end-of-life care has found that failing to discuss prognosis with patients is detrimental to them. More

12/11/2013 - World faces doctor, nurse shortage
The world is not training enough health professionals for the future, a major report says today. More

31/10/2013 - Diabetes blood pressure problem
Many patients with diabetes have blood pressure levels that are too high, a report revealed yesterday. More

31/10/2013 - Care pathway will be replaced - UK national director
A senior doctor has hit back at criticism of the scrapping of the controversial Liverpool care pathway, which was widely used to organise care for dying patients in Britain. More

30/09/2013 - Health spending link to cancer treatment success
Survival from cancer is strongly linked to total spending on health care across Europe, a conference has been told. More

25/09/2013 - Acupuncture helps boost mood
Acupuncture can help relieve the misery of people with depression, British researchers say today. More

18/09/2013 - Weight risk for pregnancy spelt out
Overweight and underweight women tend to have a range of pregnancy-related risks, researchers warn today. More

23/08/2013 - Web-savvy Britons want face to face consultations
Only a minority of Britons have used digital media to contact their GP - but most would like to be able to, according to a survey published yesterday. More

03/07/2013 - Welsh agree donor opt out plan
Wales is to introduce an opt-out system for organ donation following a vote of its national assembly, it was agreed last night. More

01/07/2013 - Doctors warned on painkillers
Doctors have been issued new guidance about the use of painkillers following a series of European reviews. More

27/06/2013 - Treatment boost for bowel problem
Patients with an incurable bowel condition have faced a postcode lottery of treatment, NHS advisers said yesterday. More

10/06/2013 - Pain technique may aid hip recovery
Using local anaesthetic to treat pain after a hip operation can make a massive difference to recovery, British researchers have reported. More

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