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08/06/2018 - Synthetic cannabis could increase stroke risk
Young users of synthetic cannabis, also known as ‘spice’ or ‘k2,’ could increase their risk of a stroke, doctors have warned after a 25-year-old was left with a permanent disability. More

04/06/2018 - Lymph node radiation benefits some breast cancer patients
Early stage breast cancer patients live longer when they have radiation therapy to the lymph nodes behind the breast bone and above the collar bone, according to new research. More

29/05/2018 - AI may aid melanoma diagnosis
An artificial intelligence system has beaten dermatologists for the first time at identifying malignant melanomas, it was announced last night. More

25/05/2018 - How weight aids seriously ill patients
Carrying extra weight improves patients’ prospects during treatment for a range of life-threatening conditions in hospital, according to a series of studies published yesterday. More

22/05/2018 - Genetic variants that could predict glaucoma risk
More than 100 genetic variants have been identified that could help to predict the risk of developing glaucoma, a joint UK-US study has revealed. More

18/05/2018 - Pregnant women can take some RA drugs
Pregnant women with rheumatoid arthritis (RA) could use specific drugs to treat their condition without increasing the health risks to their unborn babies, according to a new Canadian study. More

04/05/2018 - Every gene of deadliest malaria parasite identified
US scientists have analysed every gene in the most deadly malaria parasite for the first time to help identify and prioritise new drug targets, it was revealed last night (3 May 2018). More

02/05/2018 - MDMA may benefit PTSD
The banned drug MDMA could be a useful addition to the treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder, researchers say today. More

27/04/2018 - New alarm at rising cancer drug costs
The cost of anti-cancer drugs has been increasing at a significantly greater rate than their clinical benefits, according to a new analysis. More

24/04/2018 - Wounded soldier gets transplant hope
A surgical team has successfully performed a full transplant of the penis and scrotum on a wounded soldier, it has been announced. More

13/04/2018 - Mortality risks of night life assessed
People who thrive at night have a 10% higher risk of dying prematurely than those flourish in the mornings, according to a new analysis. More

27/03/2018 - Call for improved hep B diagnosis and care
Some 90% of people with hepatitis B infection remain undiagnosed, experts say today. More

22/03/2018 - Concern as breast tumour detection progress stalls
Progress in detecting breast tumours at an early stage may have stalled this century, a European conference will hear today. More

23/02/2018 - Tears could aid Parkinson's diagnosis
Tears could hold the biological markers of Parkinson’s disease, according to the findings of a preliminary USA study, revealed last night. More

15/02/2018 - Warning on health of single fathers
Single fathers who bring up children suffer significantly poorer health than other parents, researchers warn today. More

14/02/2018 - Hyperglycaemia controlled by ketone drink
A ketone supplement might help control diabetic hyperglycaemia, researchers report today. More

22/01/2018 - Factor in breast cancer doubles risk of death
The mortality risk from breast cancer is doubled for patients with high heterogeneity of the oestrogen receptor within the same tumour, according to Swedish researchers. More

10/01/2018 - Air pollution warnings "ineffective"
Government actions seeking to protect the public from air pollution are infective, public health specialists say today. More

22/12/2017 - Fruit that may help repair ex-smokers’ lungs
A diet high in apples and tomatoes could help to restore lung damage caused by smoking, a new US study has suggested. More

19/12/2017 - Concern as stem cell searches lead to unproven therapies
Centres offering unproven stem cell therapies are crowding internet search engines, British experts have warned. More

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