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15/03/2016 - Chronic conditions risk among MS patients
Patients face an increased risk of developing chronic conditions, such as high blood pressure and depression, if they have multiple sclerosis, according to a new analysis. More

10/02/2016 - Zika needs lab analysis - Euro-experts
Laboratory studies of the Zika virus are "urgently" needed, European experts say. More

08/02/2016 - Prenatal steroids reduce late preterm respiratory illness - NIH
Prenatal steroid therapy cuts the risk of respiratory illnesses in babies born at 34-36 weeks, a new study has found. More

02/02/2016 - Zika a global health emergency - WHO
The outbreak of the Zika virus in the Americas is a public health emergency of international concern, the World Health Organisation ruled yesterday. More

01/02/2016 - Proton beam therapy ‘safe’
Proton beam therapy is as safe as conventional radiotherapy for the treatment of childhood brain cancer, according to a new study. More

26/01/2016 - Zika threat extends to USA - WHO
The Zika virus is likely to spread to all but two countries in the Americas - including the USA, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

15/01/2016 - Stress at 18 linked to risk of diabetes
People with a low resistance to stress at 18 could double their risk of developing type 2 diabetes in later life, according to a study in Sweden. More

13/01/2016 - Potatoes linked to pregnancy diabetes
High potato consumption before pregnancy may raise the risk of gestational diabetes, researchers warned today. More

07/01/2016 - Cut sugar in drinks and save lives - study
The UK could prevent hundreds of thousands of people developing diabetes by reducing sugar content in drinks, researchers say today. More

31/12/2015 - Vitamin D potential in MS care
High doses of vitamin D "have potential" to be a treatment for patients with multiple sclerosis, researchers reported last night. More

30/12/2015 - Further insight into ovarian cancer genes
Scientists have identified two genes that are newly linked to ovarian cancer, bringing the total number of inherited susceptibility genes to 11. More

30/12/2015 - Bond producers needed neurosurgeon's advice
For all the millions spent on producing this year's Bond spectacular, the producers still failed to take advice from an expert neurosurgeon, it has been revealed. More

16/12/2015 - Stroke risk from shingles episode
An episode of shingles can pose a short-term risk of stroke among people aged over 50, researchers warn today. More

15/12/2015 - Surgery best for localised prostate cancer?
Patients with localised prostate cancer have better survival rates after surgery than after radiotherapy, according to an analysis published today. More

17/11/2015 - Coffee link to reduced risk of premature mortality
Drinking three or four cups of coffee a day is linked to reduced risk of premature death from cardiovascular disease and neurological diseases, researchers claimed today. More

30/10/2015 - Low-fat not the best way to diet - study
Low-fat diets are not the best way to lose weight, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

21/10/2015 - Delayed aeroplanes linked to hospitalisations
Living close to an airport may carry more health risks than previously believed, researchers claimed today. More

21/10/2015 - Cancer risk from long-term radiation
Continuous exposure to low-dose radiation creates a cancer risk that should be minimised, according to a study published today. More

06/10/2015 - Honour for scientist who found malaria cure
A Chinese scientist who turned to a 1,600 year old text book to combat malaria was honoured with the medical Nobel Prize yesterday. More

05/10/2015 - MSF claims war crime after US hits hospital
A medical charity has accused coalition leaders of a war crime after a trauma hospital in Afghanistan was hit by missiles. More

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