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11/03/2009 - Debate over cancer screening of breast tissue
Breast tissue removed during cosmetic surgery could be screened for cancer, surgeons proposed today. More

11/03/2009 - Pregnancy migraines may indicate heart risk
Migraines during pregnancy may be linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers said today. More

10/03/2009 - Mental turmoil linked to heart disease
Anger, hostility and depression all aggravate the risk of major heart problems, according to two new studies published last night. More

06/03/2009 - Moderate drinking protect bones: study
Regular beer and wine consumption may help protect the bones of elderly people, researchers have reported. More

02/03/2009 - Debate over blood donations from gay men
A fresh plea has been made to allow gay men to donate blood. More

27/02/2009 - Diet and exercise can prevent cancer - international report
Thousands of cases of cancer in Britain could be prevented through healthy diet and exercise, experts said yesterday. More

26/02/2009 - Calorie cutting key to slimming
Diets of all kinds can work provided slimmers stick to them, researchers claimed last night. More

26/02/2009 - Longer maternity leave linked to breastfeeding
New nursing research suggests that an extended maternity leave can be crucial for breastfeeding success. More

24/02/2009 - Sunlight vitamin may combat flu
A large-scale study has found the so-called "sunshine vitamin" Vitamin D may help arm the immune system against colds and flu. More

24/02/2009 - Baby's allergen exposure may trigger asthma
Exposure to high levels of fungal spores and pollen after birth may increase a child's risk of developing asthma, researchers reported today. More

23/02/2009 - Warning over minimal breast surgery
A cancer expert has warned that minimally-invasive surgery for breast cancer may be less effective at curing patients than traditional surgery. More

20/02/2009 - Fast-food outlets linked to stroke
Risk of stroke seems to be linked to the number of fast-food restaurants in a neighbourhood, researchers reported today. More

16/02/2009 - Mediterranean diet may protect brain function
New evidence has come to light on the benefits of eating a so-called "Mediterranean diet". More

16/02/2009 - Common cold virus unravelled
Scientists are making progress in understanding the rhinovirus - the virus most often responsible for common colds and other upper respiratory tract infections. More

12/02/2009 - Physical activity helps prevent cancer
People who are physically active enjoy a substantially reduced risk of developing an unpleasant form of cancer, researchers reported today. More

11/02/2009 - Study finds no benefit from multivitamins
Multivitamins do not seem to reduce the risk of cancer for postmenopausal women, new results indicate. More

10/02/2009 - Pet problems may deter smokers
Researchers say they have found a new way of persuading smokers to give up - warn them of the impact on their pets. More

06/02/2009 - Aspirin may protect against stomach cancer
People who regularly take aspirin may be protecting themselves against one form of stomach cancer, researchers reported today. More

05/02/2009 - When green tea harms cancer patients
Green tea has become a popular health drink said to be rich in vitamins and healthy plant chemicals. More

05/02/2009 - World campaign against obesity
Obesity was the theme of World Cancer Day yesterday - as new evidence showed public ignorance of the link between weight and cancer is worldwide. More

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