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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

18/11/2021 - Experts debate genome sequencing in babies
A phased rollout of genome sequencing in newborns, guided by oversight bodies, should be introduced, genome experts say today. More

15/11/2021 - Atrial fibrillation common after breast cancer diagnosis
Women face an increased risk of developing atrial fibrillation in the first 12 months after being diagnosed with breast cancer, researchers report today. More

12/11/2021 - New guidelines for treatment of chronic neck pain
Radiofrequency ablation should only be used to treat chronic neck pain of patients who meet specific criteria, says new guidelines published today. More

11/11/2021 - Measles outbreak threat as COVID-19 scuppers vaccine programmes
The risk of measles outbreaks is increasing while efforts to eliminate the disease continue to decline, a new report from the World Health Organization and US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has warned. More

02/11/2021 - Cautious results over zinc supplements for respiratory infection
Taking a zinc supplement could fend off the symptoms of respiratory tract infections and reduce the time of illness, new analysis reveals today. More

28/10/2021 - Oxford University to lead Parkinson's study
Oxford University is to lead a major global research project into Parkinson’s disease, it has been announced. More

27/10/2021 - Penicillin discovery offers new antibiotic hope
British scientists have announced a “breakthrough” discovery about penicillin, opening the way for new designer antibiotics. More

26/10/2021 - 'New guidelines needed' to prevent surgical infection
Urgent changes are needed to global guidelines for preventing wound infections following surgery, researchers say today after completing a major study. More

06/10/2021 - Hospitalisation risk remains low with mRNA COVID vaccine
Two doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for COVID-19 are 90% effective against hospitalisation due to all variants for at least six months, according to the latest analysis. More

03/09/2021 - COPD exacerbations linked to hot weather
Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease symptoms worsen in hotter weather, US researchers report today. More

31/08/2021 - Hope for endometriosis drug target
A potential drug treatment for endometriosis could available after a gene that increases the risk of the condition was identified. More

24/08/2021 - Major project to improve autism care
A major project, launched today, will seek to enrol thousands of people with autism to improve their treatment and support. More

19/08/2021 - Dementia link to mentally unstimulating jobs
Having a job that is not mentally stimulating is linked to a significantly increased risk of developing dementia, researchers report today. More

17/08/2021 - Night work 'increases risk of atrial fibrillation'
Night shift workers have a higher risk of developing atrial fibrillation (AF), new research has concluded. More

06/08/2021 - How heparin helps in COVID care
Heparin is an effective treatment for moderately ill COVID-19 patients but not for those with critical illness, according to the findings of a major international study. More

29/07/2021 - Fruit compound could treat Parkinson's disease
A compound found in fruit and herbs has the potential to prevent and treat Parkinson’s disease, scientists have reported. More

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