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08/08/2012 - Grapefruit juice could boost cancer drug
The effectiveness of a transplant drug with potential anti-cancer properties is dramatically increased if taken alongside grapefruit juice, researchers say. More

06/08/2012 - Human evolution speeding up?
Key genes in the human immune system are evolving generation by generation - causing massive problems for transplant matches, researchers have warned. More

03/08/2012 - Spray-on skin offers hope
Scientists have developed a spray-on skin that can be use to treat wounds, it was announced today. More

02/08/2012 - Drinking coffee could alleviate some Parkinsonís disease symptoms
Drinking up to four cups of coffee a day could help to improve some Parkinsonís disease symptoms, research published yesterday revealed. 1 comments More

01/08/2012 - Valve procedure under fire
European experts have criticised a new heart valve procedure as "risky and costly". More

31/07/2012 - Light pulses used to control brain
Scientists are testing new treatments for brain disorders after successfully controlling the behaviour of monkeys with light pulses. More

27/07/2012 - New shift work link to heart disease
People who work irregular hours or work shifts face an increased risk of suffering heart attacks and strokes, researchers warned today. More

23/07/2012 - Flu link to brain disease
Children who contract a severe bout of flu may face an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life, researchers have reported. More

18/07/2012 - Parental jobs and chemical exposure linked to birth defects
Computer scientists, landscapers and artists are among men whose jobs may contribute to an increased risk for their children, researchers warned today. More

12/07/2012 - Sunny spirit that aids ageing
A sunny and optimistic attitude is the best way to age successfully, a psychiatry conference was told yesterday. More

11/07/2012 - Swine flu vaccine mostly safe
The swine flu vaccine is safe for women in the late stages of pregnancy - but questions remain about side-effects in the early stages, according to a major new study. More

10/07/2012 - Sitting impacts survival - study
Spending too much time sitting down in front of the television or at work may shorten life, according to research published today. More

09/07/2012 - New HRT rethink plea
A fresh plea is made today for a rethink on the hazards posed to women by hormone replacement therapy. More

06/07/2012 - Space travel may boost lifespan
Travelling in space might help to extend life, scientists revealed last night. More

06/07/2012 - Exercise and sport "vital" - experts
Lack of exercise should be treated as a "vital sign" by doctors alongside problems such as obesity and high blood pressure, an expert says today. More

29/06/2012 - Flu gene may be cure
The flu virus contains a secret gene which can be used to prevent the disease killing its victim, British researchers revealed last night. More

29/06/2012 - Hope for once-a-day HIV pill
A new once-a-day pill for HIV infection has beaten conventional treatments in a series of trials, it was announced today. More

27/06/2012 - Coffee may cut heart failure risk
A moderate intake of coffee many help to protect against developing heart failure, researchers say today. More

26/06/2012 - New swine flu death estimate
More than half a million people may have died during the emergence of the swine flu virus, researchers say today. More

15/06/2012 - Changes in walking speed could signal dementia
Subtle changes in walking speed among older people could signal early stages of dementia, new research has claimed. More

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