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22/06/2022 - How mutations cause drug resistant typhoid bacteria
A range of mutations has led to antimicrobial resistance in many strains of typhoid bacteria, according to a new genetic study published today. More

16/06/2022 - Genes linked to severe COVID-19
More than 1,000 genes that are linked to the development of severe COVID-19 infection have been identified for the first time. More

10/05/2022 - Heat shock clue to preventing dementia
Heat shock proteins may play a key role in preventing dementia, helping to explain reports that sauna use reduces risk, according to British scientists. More

06/05/2022 - Death toll from pandemic 15 million - WHO
Nearly 15 million people globally lost their lives in the first two years of the COVID pandemic because of the virus, according to a new World Health Organization estimate. More

05/05/2022 - AMI outcomes differ in rich countries
"Substantial differences" in care for patients with acute myocardial infarction have been found in six high-income countries, according to an analysis published today. More

28/04/2022 - Low deaths in communities with high COVID-19 vaccine rates
People living in communities with high COVID-19 vaccination rates record fewer deaths from the virus, a new US study has found. More

26/04/2022 - Calcium supplements linked to worsening heart valve disease
Calcium supplements are linked to worsening aortic valve stenosis among older people – and an increased risk of earlier death, new US research published today has found. More

26/04/2022 - Promising start for on-demand contraceptive pill study
A “promising candidate” for an on-demand contraceptive pill has been identified in preliminary research, it was announced today. More

20/04/2022 - Large life expectancy gap for UK women
The UK fares badly against other developed countries, according to a new analysis of women’s life expectancy. More

19/04/2022 - Obesity link to female cancer investigated
Women who are obese throughout their lives face a doubled risk of developing endometrial cancer, British researchers report today. More

14/04/2022 - How healthy lifestyle 'delays Alzheimer's'
A healthy lifestyle, combining physical and cognitive exercise with a good diet, can help reduce the risk of dementia, according to joint research by teams from Switzerland and the USA. More

29/03/2022 - Hotter nights increase cardiovascular death risks for men
Hot summer nights could lead to more cardiovascular deaths in some older men, according to new Canadian research. More

10/03/2022 - Third COVID-19 vaccine 'essential' to protect against omicron
Three doses of the mRNA vaccines appear to be necessary to protect people from needing hospital treatment for the omicron COVID-19 variant, researchers report today. More

04/03/2022 - Number of obese to reach a billion
A billion people globally will be living with obesity by 2030, doubling numbers, a report warns today. More

28/02/2022 - Genetic variant behind more serious disease outcomes
Scientists have explained why a common genetic variant worsens disease outcomes for people with adult-onset neurodegenerative diseases, it has been announced. More

17/02/2022 - Mental health risks following COVID-19 infection
Tackling mental health disorders among people who had recovered from COVID-19 should be a priority, a US study published today has said. More

17/01/2022 - Surgery should not be angina patients' first option
Doctors should treat stable angina patients with medical therapies before recommending stents or bypass surgery, experts have stated. More

22/12/2021 - Frailty strongly linked to dementia
Frailty in older adults appears to raise the risk of dementia independently of genetic risk, researchers have found. More

16/12/2021 - The hazards of festive foliage - and other research
It’s safe to rock around the Christmas tree – but be careful about the berries on holly, according to the latest annual round of quirky seasonal medical research. More

07/12/2021 - Personalised autism care urgently needed
People with autism should be offered personalised, stepped care throughout their lives, an international report sets out today. More

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