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09/04/2013 - ‘Reassuring’ finding over breast cancer survival
Drinking alcohol makes no impact on a woman's chances of surviving breast cancer - and moderate drinkers might actually benefit because of a reduced risk from heart disease. More

08/04/2013 - How red meat, energy drinks endanger heart
Researchers say they have found a compound in red meat that directly contributes to the development of heart disease. More

05/04/2013 - Walk or run to reduce blood pressure
Brisk walking is as good as running when it comes to lowering the risk of high blood pressure, high cholesterol and diabetes, researchers said last night. More

04/04/2013 - Blood pressure is world problem
Sunday is World Health Day and officials are seeking to focus the globe on the problem of high blood pressure. More

28/03/2013 - Cancer genes unveiled by the dozen
Dozens of new genetic findings about three major cancers were unveiled last night, bringing closer systematic testing for the diseases. More

27/03/2013 - Pregnancy sunshine vitamin problem
Pregnant women who are low in the "sunshine vitamin" D may have an increased risk of a range of health problems, researchers warn today. More

19/03/2013 - Skimmed milk no good for toddlers - report
Feeding toddlers low-fat milk does nothing to prevent them putting on weight - and may contribute to them getting plumper, researchers warn today. More

12/03/2013 - Aspirin helps prevent skin cancer
Women who take regular doses of aspirin seem to enjoy some protection against skin cancer, researchers revealed yesterday. More

11/03/2013 - Heart disease widespread among ancients
Ancient humans may have suffered from widespread heart disease - casting doubt on the idea it is a disease of the modern age, according to a global study. More

11/03/2013 - Bees could block HIV
Bee venom could be used to prevent HIV infection, researchers have reported. More

07/03/2013 - New salt link to disease
Taking too much salt has been linked to high blood pressure - but now researchers say it may also be linked to a whole range of immune system diseases. More

07/03/2013 - Brain pacemaker for anorexia
People suffering from severe anorexia could be treated with a brain "pacemaker", doctors report today. More

05/03/2013 - UK health improvement "poor" - global study
Britons are living longer - but may not be much healthier than they were 20 years ago, according to a major global study published today. More

25/02/2013 - Hope for flu drug
Scientists are working on a new kind of flu drug, it has been revealed. More

19/02/2013 - Transplant pioneer works on brain repair
A pioneering transplant surgeon has set out ambitious plans to extend the range of surgery by harnessing the power of stem cells. More

15/02/2013 - Depression hampers shingles vaccine
The shingles vaccine may not work properly for people with untreated depression, researchers have warned. More

12/02/2013 - UK lung cancer death rate challenge
Patients with lung cancer in the UK have some of the poorest survival rates in the developed world, researchers revealed today. More

08/02/2013 - Britons underestimate alcohol intake
Some people in Britain may be drinking nearly twice as much alcohol as they think they are, according to a government-backed study revealed yesterday. More

07/02/2013 - Sunlight ‘reduces women’s rheumatoid arthritis risk’
Women who are exposed regularly to sunlight could reduce their risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, researchers reported last night. More

05/02/2013 - Watching TV hits male potency
Watching more than 20 hours of television a week almost halves the fertility of healthy young men, according to a new study out last night. More

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