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24/05/2017 - Chocolate linked to reduced AF risk
There is some evidence that consuming small amounts of chocolate may be linked to a reduced risk of atrial fibrillation, researchers say today. More

18/05/2017 - Scientists announce blood stem cell "breakthrough"
Scientists have found a way to create "abundant, fully functioning" haematopoietic stem cells, it was announced last night. More

15/05/2017 - 'Little clinical benefit' for vitamin D supplements
Vitamin D supplements provide little clinical benefit for older adults, unless they have a significant deficiency, a new report has revealed. More

11/05/2017 - Panel rejects arthroscopy
Very few patients with degenerative knee disease can benefit from arthroscopic procedures, experts say today. More

10/05/2017 - Heart risk from popular painkillers
All non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs may carry an increased risk of acute myocardial infarction, researchers say today. More

03/05/2017 - Gluten-heart link examined
There is no evidence that high gluten intake among non-celiac people is linked to heart disease, researchers say today. More

02/05/2017 - Space medicine textbook plan
British experts are planning to compile a medical textbook for space medicine. More

18/04/2017 - Mitral regurgitation guidelines updated
US experts today released new guidelines on the management of ischaemic mitral regurgitation. More

05/04/2017 - Extended antibiotic use linked to bowel cancer
Taking antibiotics for a long period in early to middle life could increase the risk of developing bowel cancer, researchers say today. More

04/04/2017 - Guidelines for thyroid disorder 'out-dated'
Doctors treating patients with mildly underactive thyroid gland may be prescribing ineffective medication, Scottish experts said yesterday. More

29/03/2017 - Knee surgery could be restricted - US study
Total knee replacement could be limited to most severe cases of knee osteoarthritis, according to an analysis published today. More

28/03/2017 - New cancer genes unveiled
A British-led research project has found 13 new genetic variants linked with risk of developing glioma, it was announced last night. More

27/03/2017 - How prostate gene findings could lead to new testing
At least 6% of men are genetically at risk of developing aggressive prostate cancer, a conference in London, UK, heard yesterday. More

27/03/2017 - Stem cell lung disease hope
Stem cell therapy is showing promise as a potential treatment for some chronic inflammatory lung diseases, a European conference has heard. More

15/03/2017 - Space radiation gives leukaemia clue
Radiation exposure at levels encountered in deep space may increase the risk of leukaemia, scientists have warned. More

15/03/2017 - Insight into opioid overdose rise
People who take opioids together with benzodiazepines are placing themselves at a raised risk of overdose, new research shows. More

13/03/2017 - New gene behind young cardiac arrest announced
A leading heart specialist has welcomed news of the discovery of a fresh gene responsible for making young people vulnerable to cardiac arrest. More

24/02/2017 - Anorexia responds to deep brain stimulation
Deep brain stimulation could help the mental and physical health of people with chronic anorexia nervosa, a report published today has found. More

16/02/2017 - Study backs vitamin D to prevent infection
Low levels of vitamin D may help explain the spread of colds and flu during the winter, according to a major international research project published today. More

13/02/2017 - Gene points to new form of congenital muscular dystrophy
Scientists have discovered a new form of congenital muscular dystrophy caused by mutations in a previously un-linked gene. More

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