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07/04/2014 - Transplant drugs could target HIV infection
Drugs used to prevent organ rejection after transplantation could help to eradicate HIV, new American research has suggested. More

03/04/2014 - Teens to reveal changing brains
Two thousand teenagers from across Europe will provide clues about how why some young people develop serious mental health issues. More

31/03/2014 - Call for cholesterol drug guideline rethink
Guidelines for prescribing cholesterol-lowering statins vary massively between Europe and North America, according to a new study. More

19/03/2014 - Genes affect fried food risk
Genes may play a role in determining whether fried food makes someone fat, researchers reveal today. More

12/03/2014 - Glucosamine does not benefit knee
Taking glucosamine supplements does not help stop the deterioration of knee cartilage, a new study has found. More

06/03/2014 - Saturated fat defended
An American doctor sparked outrage today by calling for health advisers to stop condemning saturated fat as "unhealthy". More

04/03/2014 - How anger triggers heart attacks
People who get angry really do risk a heart attack or a stroke, researchers warned today. More

03/03/2014 - No evidence over herbal cannabis effectiveness
Patients with rheumatic conditions should not use herbal cannabis to help ease the pain of their condition, researchers say today. More

28/02/2014 - Diet could slow motor neurone disease
A high-carbohydrate, high-calorie diet could delay the progression of motor neurone disease, according to a pilot study published today (28 February 2014). More

11/02/2014 - Tobacco link to breast cancer
Young women who become heavy smokers place themselves at increased risk of developing a common form of breast cancer, researchers warned yesterday. More

07/02/2014 - Texting while driving 'must stop'
Texting on mobile phones may be responsible for a growing number of accidents, doctors have warned. More

03/02/2014 - Fast food feeding obesity epidemic - WHO
Human girth is growing with the popularity of fast food, researchers warn today. More

30/01/2014 - Reaction clue to health
Middle-aged people with slow reactions may be at increased risk of dying young, researchers reported last night. More

28/01/2014 - Plague study raises new concern
A study of 1,500 year old skeletons has raised new concerns about the threat of the plague to humanity, researchers said last night. More

23/01/2014 - Fish oil boost for elderly brains
The link between consuming fish and brain power is controversial - but a new study claims a link with brain health in old age. More

09/01/2014 - Doctors launch campaign to cut sugar
A major world-wide campaign is being launched today to highlight the link between sugar consumption and growing rates of obesity and diabetes. More

07/01/2014 - Fitness challenge to UK women
British women may be among the world's most inactive, according to a stark new analysis of cancer deaths. More

03/01/2014 - Chinese medicine plant could treat chronic pain
A plant traditionally used in Chinese medicine to relieve suffering contains key ingredients that could be used to combat chronic pain, researchers have reported. More

03/01/2014 - Young drinkers’ DNA affected by alcohol
Young people’s DNA could be affected when they drink alcohol, a preliminary study has found. More

02/01/2014 - Vitamin E 'benefits' Alzheimer's
Vitamin E may be effective at slowing the progress of Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported last night. More

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