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27/12/2013 - Cervical cancer gene discoveries
The unravelling of a series of gene mutations linked to cervical cancer may offer new treatment hopes, researchers have said. More

27/12/2013 - Concussion link to Alzheimer's
Taking a serious knock to the head may be linked to future risk of Alzheimer's disease, researchers reported last night. More

27/12/2013 - Rheumatoid arthritis gene discoveries offer hope
Researchers say they have a "definitive" list of genes involved in rheumatoid arthritis. More

24/12/2013 - Peanut eating clue to allergy prevention
Women who eat peanuts during pregnancy may help their children avoid serious allergy, researchers said last night. More

24/12/2013 - How acupuncture helps breast cancer patients
Women undergoing breast cancer may benefit from acupuncture to help relieve the side-effects of treatment, researchers have reported. More

24/12/2013 - Researchers home in on man-flu genes
Man-flu is a real problem caused by hormonal differences from women, researchers revealed last night. More

18/12/2013 - Celebrities impact public health - not always for good
Doctors should take the influence of celebrities on their patients more seriously as it affects their health behaviours, doctors say today. More

18/12/2013 - Vitamins "waste of money" - doctors
Vitamin and mineral supplements are a "waste of money", a group of doctors declared yesterday after a series of studies finding them failing to help prevent heart disease and cancer. More

11/12/2013 - Heartburn drugs risk B12 deficiency
New findings indicate that use of proton pump inhibitors and histamine 2 receptor antagonists is linked to vitamin B12 deficiency. More

09/12/2013 - Immune programming blood cancer hope
A radical new technique, based on reprogramming immune system cells, is proving a "powerful" treatment, researchers revealed yesterday. More

06/12/2013 - Anaemia a persistent global burden
Young women and children are still more likely to suffer from anaemia, despite increasing efforts to diagnose and treat the condition on a global scale. More

04/12/2013 - Dementia aided by exercise
Elderly people with dementia benefit from exercise in a range of ways, researchers say today. More

28/11/2013 - Swine flu pandemic deadlier than thought
There were far more casualties of the 2009 swine flu pandemic than official figures state, according to a new study. More

22/11/2013 - Obesity heart risk treatable - in part
People who are overweight or obese can enjoy a significantly reduced risk of heart disease through treatments to control blood pressure, cholesterol and blood glucose, researchers say today. More

15/11/2013 - WHO reveals new roadmap for malaria vaccine
New licensed vaccines should be in place by 2030 that will not only reduce malaria cases by 75% but are also capable of eliminating the disease, the World Health Organisation has announced. More

12/11/2013 - Transplant cures allergy
A child has been cured of peanut allergy by a bone marrow transplant, it has been revealed. More

28/10/2013 - Alzheimer's gene breakthrough
A major international research project has found 11 new genes linked to Alzheimer's disease, it was announced last night. More

15/10/2013 - Exercise boost for male fertility
Men who want to have children may benefit by keeping fit, researchers revealed last night. More

08/10/2013 - Medicine should aim to beat age - study
Beating age would be a better objective for medicine than tackling individual diseases such as cancer and heart disease, according to a controversial new theory. More

04/10/2013 - Exercise reduces breast cancer risk
Taking part in moderate, regular physical activity reduces the risk of breast cancer in post-menopausal women, a new study shows today (4 October 2013). More

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