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09/07/2010 - Magic bullet hopes for deadly viruses
Single "magic bullet" treatments may be developed to treat deadly strains of flu and HIV, it was announced last night. More

07/07/2010 - Music therapy may aid stroke patients
Music therapy may help patients recover their movements after a stroke, researchers said today. More

06/07/2010 - HIV causing tuberculosis epidemic in South Africa
Tuberculosis and HIV are together taking a huge toll on South Africa, say researchers. More

02/07/2010 - Anaesthetists warned of global warming
Anaesthetics in a busy hospital will contribute as much to global warming as hundreds of cars every year, researchers warned last night. More

01/07/2010 - Row over home birth warning
British midwives have rejected the findings of research linking home-births to a massively increased risk of baby death. More

29/06/2010 - Doubts over heart pills
A major study today calls into question the use of the cholesterol-lowering wonder-drugs, statins, to prevent heart disease. More

28/06/2010 - Supplements blow for diabetes women
Vitamin supplements and fish oil may not do much to help improve the prospects of women with diabetes, according to two new studies. More

25/06/2010 - Diabetes heart risk revealed
People who develop diabetes face a hugely increased risk of developing heart disease and stroke, according to a major new analysis. More

18/06/2010 - Twin insight into Mediterranean heart booster
Men facing a genetic risk of heart disease can help themselves by eating a healthy "Mediterranean" diet, researchers have reported. More

14/06/2010 - Row over blood pressure cancer drug claim
People taking a popular blood pressure drug may face a slightly increased risk of developing cancer, researchers claimed today. More

10/06/2010 - Genes blight sunlight boost for some
Some people are resistant to the sunlight vitamin which plays a key role in bone health, researchers revealed last night. More

07/06/2010 - Boost for breast treatment
A single treatment of highly-targeted radiotherapy can be used to treat women with breast cancer - reducing potential side-effects and hospital visits, according to the findings of a major study. More

04/06/2010 - Skin patches clue to HRT?
Skin patches may provide a way to reintroduce "safe" forms of hormone replacement therapy, researchers said today. More

01/06/2010 - Glue clue in artificial tan
Scientists say a compound used to make tanning spray may provide the basis for a radical new surgical glue. More

31/05/2010 - Science probe reveals acupuncture secrets
A leukaemia drug may be able to give a dramatic boost to the effects of acupuncture, researchers revealed last night. More

27/05/2010 - Lifestyle changes prompt arthritis increase
Growing numbers of women are suffering from rheumatoid arthritis because of the impact of modern life-styles, researchers have revealed. More

25/05/2010 - Allergy tests may help prevention
Researchers say they are developing powerful new tests for allergies, enabling earlier and more precise detection, it has been announced. More

25/05/2010 - Sugar and fizz aggravate blood pressure
People with blood pressure problems may benefit from cutting out sugary drinks, researchers said last night. More

24/05/2010 - UK slumps in child survival league
Britain has the worst child death rate in western Europe, according to shock figures published last night. More

21/05/2010 - Centre spread damages brain
People who get middle-aged spread place their brains at risk, researchers warned yesterday. More

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