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09/06/2015 - Rabbit killer may help humans
A virus that kills rabbits could help save the lives of humans with blood cancers, researchers have revealed. More

09/06/2015 - More people living with ill health
One third of people across the world suffered from at least five ailments during 2013, according to a major new study published yesterday. More

05/06/2015 - How women keep the world healthy
Women contribute about three trillion dollars to the health of the world's population - about half of it unpaid, according to a major analysis published today. More

05/06/2015 - Placenta consumption no benefits
Eating the placenta has become fashionable - but it has no health benefits, researchers claimed yesterday. More

02/06/2015 - Breast-feeding may prevent leukaemia
Children that are breast-fed enjoy a reduced risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported tonight. More

01/06/2015 - Statins boost by-pass success - study
Patients who are taking cholesterol-lowering statins before undergoing a heart by-pass enjoy a significantly reduced risk of dying, a European conference has heard. More

18/05/2015 - How cannabis stunts growth
Young teenagers who smoke cannabis may experience early puberty - and reduced growth, a major European conference is to be told. More

18/05/2015 - Peanut threat to asthma children
Many children with asthma may suffer from concealed peanut allergy, researchers have warned. More

15/05/2015 - Perils of single parenting
Women who have to bring up children alone face poor health later in life, researchers warn today. More

14/05/2015 - Getting a grip on heart disease
The strength of a person's grip could be a key indicator of their risk of heart attack or stroke, researchers say today. More

08/05/2015 - Measles vaccine prevents infectious diseases
The measles vaccination takes advantage of people’s immune systems and can help to prevent other infectious diseases, a new study has revealed. More

07/05/2015 - Healthy diet link to memory protection
People who eat a healthy diet with lots of fruits and vegetables could be helping to protect their brains against memory and thinking decline, a new study has suggested. More

29/04/2015 - Strong diet link to colon cancer
A new study shows the devastating impact of western diets on the risk of colon cancer. More

16/04/2015 - How bad sleep harms the brain
Children with sleeping problems suffer from loss of memory, researchers warned today. More

15/04/2015 - Immune boost to destroy HIV
A new approach to curing HIV is being investigated by researchers at Oxford University, UK. More

10/04/2015 - Arts and crafts help prevent memory problems
People who participate in arts and crafts and who socialise in middle and old age are helping their brains to slow down memory problems that often lead to dementia. More

08/04/2015 - Allergy transmitted via donated blood
A new case study suggests that food allergies can be "caught" via blood transfusions. More

08/04/2015 - Low sports-linked cardiac arrest risk
New figures suggest that the risk of sudden cardiac arrest while playing sport is lower than some may have thought. More

02/04/2015 - Brain fog in ME explored
New findings may help explain the phenomenon of "brain fog" suffered by some people with chronic fatigue syndrome, scientists said last night. More

25/03/2015 - Diabetes risk from antibiotics
Taking several courses of antibiotics is linked to a higher risk of type 2 diabetes, researchers warn today. More

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