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05/08/2009 - Dementia studies outline healthy habits
Brain exercises can hold back memory loss in later dementia, a new study shows. More

04/08/2009 - Funds flock to fundamental threats
Diseases that pose a "fundamental threat" to humanity tend to soak up massive research funding, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

31/07/2009 - Infection risk from blood transfusions
Blood transfusion can be risky for heart surgery patients, as it may increase the chance of infection, experts warned today. More

30/07/2009 - Flu risk to pregnancy serious - experts
Measures to protect pregnant women from swine flu must be stepped up, experts said yesterday - warning that these women face a high risk of complications. More

29/07/2009 - Cervical screening age examined
Cervical screening for women aged below 24 has mixed results - and testing for the HPV virus may improve it, experts report today. More

27/07/2009 - Top food allergy culprits named
A top US allergy expert has outlined eight foods that cause 90 per cent of all childhood food allergies. More

24/07/2009 - Swine flu rates double
The number of people falling ill from swine flu may have doubled in England in the last week, according to the latest figures. More

15/07/2009 - Healthy diet and sustained exercise protects brain in later life
A healthy diet and moderate exercise seem to protect against mental decline and dementia, a major international conference was told yesterday. More

09/07/2009 - Cough cure sought in Hull
British scientists have talked of their ambitions to develop treatments for chronic coughing - despite the failure of research into pepppers. More

08/07/2009 - How vegetables cut blood pressure
An amino acid found in vegetable proteins such as whole grain rice and beans could help to lower blood pressure, it was reported last night. More

06/07/2009 - Coffee clue to Alzheimer's treatment
Five cups of coffee a day might have dramatic benefits for people with Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported yesterday. More

03/07/2009 - Flu strategy switched
Britain dramatically switched its approach to swine flu yesterday - ceasing efforts to contain the epidemic. More

02/07/2009 - Swine flu parties condemned
People are throwing "swine flu parties" in a bid to contract the virus while it still mild, doctors have warned. More

30/06/2009 - Ovarian transplant boost
New techniques are set to improve the effectiveness of ovarian transplant procedures, researchers reported yesterday. More

29/06/2009 - Britain's second swine flu death
An elderly man has become Britain's second patient to die from swine flu, it was reported yesterday. More

24/06/2009 - Olives not fish key to Mediterranean health
Some components of the so-called Mediterranean diet are more beneficial than others, researchers reported today. More

22/06/2009 - Public should get mind drugs - professor
A British medical ethicist has called for the public to have access to mind-enhancing drugs, such as Ritalin. More

19/06/2009 - Childhood cancer mysteries revealed
Cancer researchers are on the way to explaining the origins of a common form of childhood cancer called neuroblastoma. More

17/06/2009 - Pesticide linked to serious blood disorder
People who are exposed to certain pesticides may be at a raised risk of an abnormal blood condition called MGUS (monoclonal gammopathy of undetermined significance). More

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