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10/02/2017 - VR challenge for cancer researchers
Virtual reality tumour maps and other virtual realisations are the aims of researchers awarded major "cancer challenge" awards. More

02/02/2017 - New warning on e-cigarettes
A senior European cardiologist has called for public health campaigners to be careful of promoting e-cigarettes after new evidence linked them to potential cardiac risk. More

20/01/2017 - RNA key to Ebola prognosis test
Scientists have found a test which could help predict whether patients infected with Ebola are likely to live or die, it has been announced. More

19/01/2017 - Soft robot that aids heartbeat
An Irish scientist has played a leading role in developing a "soft robot" that can mimic cardiac muscles, it was announced last night. More

12/01/2017 - Amygdala key to stress-heart link - study
Researchers have found a direct link between brain activity and cardiovascular disease caused by stress, it was announced today. More

09/01/2017 - Anaemia may protect children against malaria
Anaemia protects children again malaria – and providing iron supplements removes this protective effect, a new American study has revealed. More

06/01/2017 - Gastric bypass beneficial to severely obese teens
Gastric bypass surgery can help severely obese teenagers maintain their weight loss, although they may need to undergo additional procedures to deal with complications, two studies reported today. More

04/01/2017 - Fish oil-heart benefit backed
A new review of the evidence to date confirms previous findings that increasing omega-3 intake in the diet may well be beneficial for the heart. More

29/12/2016 - Promise of heart failure trial
A growth factor drug has shown promise in tackling heart failure in early clinical trials, it has been announced. More

22/12/2016 - Success for vCJD test
A new blood test can detect variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease with 100% accuracy, an international research team reported last night. More

15/12/2016 - Cancer tests rose after high-profile case
Public awareness of the BRCA genes, which can be linked to a woman's risk of breast and ovarian cancer, rose after a high-profile article by Angelina Jolie, according to a new analysis. More

14/12/2016 - Phone game benefits faded after six weeks
The hit mobile phone game Pokemon GO was praised for increasing physical activity among users - but this may have only lasted six weeks, according to a new analysis. More

12/12/2016 - UK success against breast cancer
Breast cancer mortality has declined faster in England and Wales than in any other country over the last 30 years, according to a new global analysis. More

05/12/2016 - Freeze-dried artificial blood unveiled
New artificial red blood cells can be freeze-dried and reconstituted with water, it has been announced. More

25/11/2016 - How blood ages
Infusing "old" blood into a young animal can have negative effects, according to researchers investigating the ageing process in blood. More

24/11/2016 - US study rejects safety of butter, saturated fats
Butter is not "back", a leading public health researcher said today after unveiling evidence linking saturated fats to increased risk of heart disease. More

23/11/2016 - Call for medical neutrality in war zones
The world must reaffirm the importance of medical neutrality in war zones, senior doctors say today. More

17/11/2016 - Epilepsy link to maternal RA
Women with rheumatoid arthritis face an increased risk of having children who develop epilepsy, Danish researchers have reported. More

11/11/2016 - Call to boost measles vaccination
Some 400 children are dying from measles every day globally because of patchy progress with vaccination programmes, a major report warned last night. More

04/11/2016 - Smoking lung cell mutations measured
Smoking a packet of cigarettes a day for a year causes 150 mutations in lung cells, a report out last night revealed. More

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