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24/05/2013 - Diabetes puzzle from cholesterol drugs
Some people who take the cholesterol-lowering drugs, statins, may face a small increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers warned today. More

21/05/2013 - Bunions inherited?
If you develop bunions and lesser toe deformities – blame your parents. For a new study has confirmed that white Europeans are likely to inherit their foot problems. More

16/05/2013 - Heart challenge for middle-aged
The hearts of middle-aged people benefit massively from improvements in fitness, according to a series of studies published last night. More

16/05/2013 - Embryo cell breakthrough scientists deny clone claims
Scientists in America have successfully undertaken a procedure reported by some to be a step towards human cloning, it was announced yesterday. More

15/05/2013 - Angelina sparks advice for women
Cancer experts have spoken out to advise women in the wake of actress Angelina Jolie's decision to take radical action to prevent herself developing breast cancer. More

15/05/2013 - Could obesity prevent endometriosis?
Body fat may be linked with a reduced risk for women of developing endometriosis, researchers say today. More

14/05/2013 - New flu pregnancy mental health link
Children born to mothers who suffer from flu during pregnancy face a four times increased risk of developing a serious depressive disorder, researchers reported last night. More

10/05/2013 - Peppers could protect against Parkinson’s
Foods that contain dietary nicotine, including peppers and tomatoes, could help to protect against Parkinson’s disease, researchers reported last night. 1 comments More

10/05/2013 - Pets could reduce heart disease risk
Owning a pet – particularly a dog – could help to lower the risk of heart disease, according to a leading specialist. More

09/05/2013 - Fungus treatment call for asthma care
Thousands of patients with asthma may need anti-fungal therapy, experts have reported. More

08/05/2013 - Unintended pregnancy risks depression
Women who have unplanned pregnancies face a significantly increased risk of developing post-natal depression, researchers warn today. More

08/05/2013 - Ten minutes a day may fend of illness
Just 75 minutes a week of exercise is enough to make a big impact for people at risk of heart disease and diabetes, British researchers say. More

02/05/2013 - Diabetes drug thwarts lung cancer growth
A diabetes drug treatment can slow down the growth of lung cancer cells and help them to get destroyed by radiotherapy. More

01/05/2013 - Breast implants may impact cancer survival
Women with cosmetic breast implants may face an increased breast cancer risk, researchers warned today. More

30/04/2013 - Omega-3 helps to preserve memory
Eating omega-3-rich foods, such as fish, rather than saturated fat, dairy and meat could help to preserve memory and maintain the ability to think, it has been claimed. More

30/04/2013 - Borage oil does not help eczema
Evening primrose oil and borage oil offer little, or no, benefit for people with eczema, according to a report out today. More

18/04/2013 - Stars face loss of years
Most performers live past the mythical age of 27 - but they still die on average younger than others, researchers reveal today. More

17/04/2013 - Fresh start needed on obesity
Obesity needs to be seen as a hormone problem, not an energy imbalance, an expert says today. More

10/04/2013 - How cutting weight saves a nation's lives
A slight drop in the population's weight could significantly cut the rate of people dying from diabetes and heart disease, new research suggests. More

09/04/2013 - Research into to brain’s ‘free will’
Scientists are looking to see if they can “interfere” with how to brain consciously makes decisions after successfully pin-pointing the exact moment when its nerve cells create the signal to carry out an action, it was revealed today. More

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