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16/02/2012 - Blood clot therapies for cancer patients compared
Researchers have warned of low rates of prescribing for an 'effective' clot-preventing drug in advanced cancer patients. More

14/02/2012 - New hope for heart renewal
Stem cell treatments may soon be used to repair damaged hearts following the success of a pioneering trial, revealed today. More

14/02/2012 - Adoption study shows disorder risk
Adopted children can face a double risk of serious mental disorder if both their biological and adoptive families are troubled, researchers have warned. More

13/02/2012 - Good news for vindaloo fans
Researchers say they have found new evidence that a curry spice could help combat male cancer. More

10/02/2012 - Cannabis doubles car crash risk
Cannabis users who drive within three hours of taking the drug are at double the risk of crashing than those who are not under the influence of alcohol or drugs, researchers said today. More

09/02/2012 - Gene therapy gives sight to blind
A gene therapy treatment for people with congenital blindness has now been used to give sight to both eyes, researchers announced last night. More

08/02/2012 - Antiseptic on umbilical cord fights infection
Cleaning a newborn's umbilical cord at birth can help to limit infections, experts say today. More

06/02/2012 - Malaria kills double the numbers originally believed
Malaria kills 1.2 million people a year – twice as many as previously thought – with almost half of the deaths being children over the age of five. More

27/01/2012 - Bird flu study raises concerns
Controversial research into a new, engineered strain of bird flu has raised concerns about how such research should continue. More

25/01/2012 - Gene mutations boost ovarian cancer survival
Women with ovarian cancer who have certain mutations in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes have significantly improved survival chances, new findings suggest. More

23/01/2012 - Bird flu research paused
Scientists have announced a two months moratorium on bird flu research following concerns about the creation of dangerous strains of the virus. More

20/01/2012 - Medical treatment for insomnia?
People with insomnia should receive medical treatment for the condition to help prevent other illnesses such as depression, hypertension and diabetes, experts say today. More

18/01/2012 - Hope for new group B meningococcal vaccine
Trials are showing a high rate of success for a new vaccine against group B meningococcal disease, it was announced today. More

17/01/2012 - Headphone hazard to pedestrians
The iPod revolution is creating a new hazard for young adults, researchers warned today. More

11/01/2012 - Hormone hope for obesity and diabetes
Taking a hormone pill that suppresses appetite can lead to significant weight loss and may benefit people with diabetes, researchers said today. More

10/01/2012 - Broken heart warning on grief
People who die from grief are said to have died from a "broken heart" - and now researchers have set out the physical risks linked to bereavement. More

10/01/2012 - Nicotine therapy challenged
Researchers have challenged the benefits of nicotine patches and gum to help smokers quit. More

06/01/2012 - One in 20 people worldwide use illegal drugs, claim
About 200 million people worldwide – about one in 20 – between the ages of 15 and 64 use illicit drugs each year, Australian research has claimed. More

04/01/2012 - New insights into high protein eating
Putting on weight by eating protein may be healthier than putting on weight by eating calories from other sources, researchers claimed last night. More

30/12/2011 - Allergy tests not ‘magic bullets’
Blood tests and skin prick tests should never be used to make a standalone allergy diagnosis, two doctors have warned. More

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