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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

20/03/2015 - Pregnancy diabetes and obesity risk to women
Obese women who develop diabetes during pregnancy face a hugely increased risk of contracting the disease permanently, researchers warned last night. More

17/03/2015 - How diabetes hits earnings
Developing type 2 diabetes has a devastating effect on earning power, according to the findings of a global study published today. More

11/03/2015 - Fat converting drug for weight loss?
Scientists have discovered that a novel drug can change one type of bodily fat into another and might help trigger weight loss. More

27/02/2015 - Coffee could reduce MS risk
Drinking coffee could help to lower risk of developing multiple sclerosis, it was claimed last night. More

19/02/2015 - Asthma gene discoveries offer new hope
New genetic discoveries could open the way for new treatments and even drugs to treat asthma, British researchers say. More

10/02/2015 - Row at saturated fat rehab bid
A row erupted today over claims that saturated fats may not be as bad for the heart as has been claimed. More

04/02/2015 - The toll of daily pill-popping
Many people would resist calls for them to take a daily pill simply to extend their life, researchers say today. More

30/01/2015 - Head blows linked to slower processing speeds
Repeated blows to the head can lead to slower processing speeds and smaller volumes in some parts of the brain – particularly in boxers, researchers warn today. More

28/01/2015 - Sugary drinks link to early maturity for girls
Girls who drink a lot of sugary drinks are likely to start their periods early, researchers say today. More

27/01/2015 - Cholesterol problem for young adults
Failing to tackle high cholesterol levels in young adults may leave them with a legacy of heart problems, researchers warned last night. More

20/01/2015 - New alcohol link to heart health
Moderate drinking of alcohol may protect the heart - helping to prevent failure of the organ, researchers report today. More

14/01/2015 - Oxygen concentration link to cancer
People who live at high altitudes enjoy reduced rates of lung cancer, according to a new study. More

12/01/2015 - Test that could help smokers quit
A test could be used to decide which treatment is best for smokers trying to give up the habit, researchers revealed today. More

09/01/2015 - Caution on new antibiotic
UK experts have welcomed the discovery of a new antibiotic – while warning it will not tackle some of the toughest organisms to destroy. More

06/01/2015 - Cold temperatures better for cold virus
The common cold virus can reproduce itself better in the cooler temperatures inside the nose than at core body temperature, a study out today reveals. More

06/01/2015 - Rotating night shift work ‘bad for health’
Women who work rotating night shifts for five or more years could be at increased risk of dying from heart disease, researchers warn today. More

05/01/2015 - Obese may avoid disease - study
People who are obese are not necessarily doomed to suffer problems such as diabetes, heart disease and stroke, according to new research. More

05/01/2015 - Dog gene clue to eye therapy
A gene defect that is responsible for a recently identified form of progressive retinal atrophy in Swedish dogs could help to treat blindness in humans. More

05/01/2015 - Luck plays role in cancer - researchers
Two thirds of cancers that develop in adults are due primarily to “bad luck”, a new US study has claimed. More

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