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22/02/2011 - New breast cancer gene found
Scientists have made a fresh breakthrough in the search for the genetics of breast cancer - in a finding that could help improve treatment. More

22/02/2011 - Good care key to child skin bugs?
Old-fashioned cleanliness may be the key to treating children with super-bug skin infections, researchers said last night. More

21/02/2011 - Warm days tough for MS brains
Sufferers of multiple sclerosis may find it more difficult to learn on warm days, new research has suggested. More

18/02/2011 - Genes may help predict flu
Scientists may soon be able to use genetics to predict which strain of flu will affect populations in any given year. More

18/02/2011 - Gene may slow rubella bug
A mutant gene that allows the rubella virus to thrive has been “reverse engineered” to slow the spread of the disease. More

17/02/2011 - Super-genes found in Ecuador
The world's healthiest genes may have been found in a small community in Ecuador, it was revealed last night. More

15/02/2011 - Pedals may boost office fitness
Offices could install portable pedal machines to help workers counteract the risks linked to spending hours sitting at a desk, experts said today. More

15/02/2011 - Daily inhalers questioned
Children treated with corticosteroid inhalers for asthma might safely revert to using them on an emergency basis, experts said today. More

10/02/2011 - Spice offers stroke hope
The spice that makes curry hot may also contain the key to effective treatment after stroke, researchers revealed last night. More

10/02/2011 - Caution on remote heart monitors
People with heart failure could be monitored at home by means of a device implanted in their bodies. More

07/02/2011 - New search for choc benefits
Regular doses of cocoa and vitamin C may help elderly people maintain their strength, researchers are hoping. More

07/02/2011 - Teen vaccine may be working
More than four million doses of the new vaccine aimed at preventing cervical cancer have been given to young women in the UK, according to new figures. More

04/02/2011 - Obesity doubled in 30 years
Obesity has almost doubled worldwide since 1980, but blood pressure and cholesterol levels have improved in many high-income countries, experts say today. More

03/02/2011 - Hospital bug drug hope
A new drug may make a powerful impact on the pernicious hospital infection, C.difficile, researchers reported last night. More

02/02/2011 - World cholesterol problem
Thousands of people in the UK share a common problem with Jordanians and Mexicans - they have untreated high cholesterol, according to a global study published yesterday. More

02/02/2011 - Parkinson's gene breakthrough
Research on the genetics of Parkinson's disease has taken a step forward with the identification of five new genetic risk factors. More

01/02/2011 - Genetic links between coeliac disease and Crohn’s
Two unpleasant diseases of the digestion share part of their genetic background, according to new findings. More

21/01/2011 - Gaming addiction "serious"
Video game addiction is a serious behavioural problem that is separate from other afflictions, it has been claimed. More

19/01/2011 - Device could boost resus survival
A mechanical device could dramatically improve survival rates of patients who get on-the-spot treatment for heart attack, researchers reported today. More

17/01/2011 - Mountain highs - and lows
People who live at high altitudes may face problems with mental illness, researchers have warned. More

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