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23/02/2011 - A little drink - for the heart
Research continues to back the idea that a little alcohol may be good for the heart, experts said today. More

22/02/2011 - Blood pressure reading shake-up
Doctors should no longer diagnosis patients with high blood pressure from a single reading, according to British guidelines published today. More

21/02/2011 - Device offers blood pressure "revolution"
A revolutionary blood pressure measuring device is unveiled today by British scientists. More

06/01/2011 - Flu vaccine shortage alarm
British doctors are facing growing shortages of flu vaccine as public alarm at the spread of the virus grows, government officials have admitted. More

19/11/2010 - Public urged to get well without antibiotics
A campaign has been launched to remind people that antibiotics are ineffective in the treatment of coughs and colds. More

04/10/2010 - Hi-tech cancer screening plan
People over 55 are to be offered thorough screening for bowel cancer in a bid to cut the death toll from the disease, the British government announced yesterday. More

18/08/2010 - Health visitors may prevent post-natal depression
Women are less likely to develop post-natal depression if they are seen by a well-trained health visitor, British researchers reported last night. More

16/08/2010 - Call for child allergy specialists
Britain needs more specialists who can treat children with food allergies, experts have warned. More

12/08/2010 - Medical tourism brings superbug to UK
UK "medical tourists" travelling to India for treatment have returned as carriers of a lethal new mutant infection, experts have warned. More

24/06/2010 - Breath-test the pregnant - new guidance
Pregnant women should be breath-tested to see if they are smoking, according to tough new guidelines proposed for British hospitals today. More

24/06/2010 - Anger at allergy slow-down
Allergy services in Britain have made little progress since a major series of investigations several years ago, experts warned today. More

17/06/2010 - Women die from delayed diagnosis - claim
Nearly a thousand women may be dying from breast cancer each year because of late diagnosis, experts claim today. More

29/04/2010 - World-first robotics procedure carried out in Leicester
A Leicester cardiologist is the first surgeon in the world to have carried out an operation using a remote robotics system. 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

15/04/2010 - No silver lining for dressings
Hospitals and clinics should not be spending money on silver-coated dressings - as there is no evidence they work, experts said today. More

12/04/2010 - Invest in babies - midwives
Midwives have teamed up with parents organisations to launch their own manifesto for the UK general election. More

02/04/2010 - NHS to trial back-ache alternatives
The NHS is to try out alternative treatments for back-ache - as well as cracking down on unregistered practitioners, it was announced yesterday. More

24/03/2010 - Call for child smoke crack-down
Smoking in the home continues to pose a major threat to the health of millions of children, British experts said today. 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

23/02/2010 - Axe homeopathy - MPs
Homeopathy should be removed from the NHS as it is "scientifically implausible" and does not work, a damning report by British MPs said yesterday. More

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