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16/09/2009 - New clue on Jackson killer drug
Experts may be closer to explaining why people vary in their risk heart failure when exposed to anaesthestic drugs such as propofol. More

14/09/2009 - New blood pressure drug
A new drug could add to the armoury of treatments available for high blood pressure, doctors report today. More

11/09/2009 - Call for widespread swine flu vaccination
Children should get any new swine flu vaccine as soon as possible to halt an epidemic, US researchers said last night. More

07/09/2009 - Gene breakthrough offers diabetes hope
British researchers have found a genetic clue to the causes of type 2 diabetes, normally linked to obesity and poor diet. More

07/09/2009 - Virus that may stop dying
A common childhood virus may hold the clue to reversing the dying process that follows loss of oxygen, a European conference was told yesterday. More

04/09/2009 - Second flu wave warning
Britain's chief medical officer issued fresh warnings against complacency yesterday as scientists suggested swine flu may drive out other forms of the disease. More

27/08/2009 - World's poor targeted by tobacco
The world's poorest countries are being deliberately targeted by the tobacco industry, resulting in millions of preventable deaths, it was alleged yesterday. More

27/08/2009 - Teen cancer sufferers enjoy improved survival
Teenagers and young adults diagnosed with blood-related cancers today have better long-term survival rates than those who were diagnosed in the 1980s, US researchers have found. More

26/08/2009 - Tamoxifen linked to second breast cancer
New research suggests that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen may raise the risk of an aggressive, difficult-to-treat tumour in the other breast. More

24/08/2009 - Progress on wearable artificial kidney
Scientists are in the process of creating a "wearable" artificial kidney, which could be used as an alternative to undergoing dialysis. More

21/08/2009 - Swine flu deaths rise as new countries are hit
The number of deaths of swine flu patients continues to rise - even though the spread of the disease has slowed in many countries, it was reported yesterday. More

20/08/2009 - Heart risk from smokeless tobacco
People who use smokeless tobacco products face a slightly increased risk of having a fatal heart attack or stroke, researchers warned yesterday. More

18/08/2009 - Smoking aggravates MS
People with multiple sclerosis who smoke cigarettes may accelerate the disease, researchers warned last night. More

17/08/2009 - Diet may beat kidney stones
Researchers have found another benefit of healthy eating - it helps prevent kidney stones. More

13/08/2009 - New hope for asthma allergy treatment
Drugs under development for diabetes may offer a radical new treatment to prevent asthma attacks sparked by allergies, researchers have reported. More

12/08/2009 - Exercise and diet may prevent Alzheimer's
Elderly people who keep physically active and eat a so-called Mediterranean diet may be helping themselves to stave off Alzheimer's disease, researchers claimed last night. More

10/08/2009 - Blueberry hope for liver virus
A blueberry plant may hold the key to treating the highly infectious liver virus, hepatitis C, researchers have reported. More

07/08/2009 - Flu rates fall
The school holidays may have led to a marked slowing down of the spread of swine flu in Britain, according to the latest estimates. More

06/08/2009 - Benefits of exercise for leukaemia patients
Exercise can improve fatigue and depression among leukaemia patients, new research suggests. More

05/08/2009 - Experts call for daily fish oil targets
The evidence that fish oil and similar fats can boost human heart health is now "compelling", experts said yesterday. More

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