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08/04/2010 - Diet's "modest" impact on cancer
Fruit and vegetables are not a miracle cure for preventing cancer - but may help, researchers warned yesterday. More

07/04/2010 - Gene hope for inherited eye disorder
Scientists have found that a patient's genes affect the outcome of treatment for a rare inherited eye disorder. More

02/04/2010 - Women's gout risks uncovered
Women are less likely than men to develop gout, researchers have reported. More

30/03/2010 - Knee diagnosis prompts lifestyle efforts
People with knee problems who make rapid changes to their lifestyle can enjoy improvements, researchers reported last night. More

29/03/2010 - Probe ordered into UK swine flu spending
A senior doctor is to conduct a review of Britain's handling of the swine flu scare, it has been announced. More

26/03/2010 - Womb disease linked to fast food
Researchers have found a link between consuming fats found in fast food and developing the womb disease, endometriosis. More

25/03/2010 - Surprise links swine flu to 1918
The mutation that makes flu viruses become pandemics may also be their main weakness, researchers revealed last night. More

24/03/2010 - Exercise aids weight control in middle age
Women need to do an hour of moderate-intensity exercise per day to avoid gaining weight with age, researchers reported last night. More

16/03/2010 - Short-cut to fitness?
Getting fit may not be as time-consuming as some people fear, according to a new study. More

16/03/2010 - Doubts over diabetic heart disease prevention
Aggressive treatment of blood pressure and cholesterol may not help prevent heart disease in people with diabetes, according to the findings of a major trial published yesterday. More

11/03/2010 - Patient genes unravelled
Doctors and scientists have reported the first successes in conducting individual genetic studies of patients with rare diseases. More

09/03/2010 - Magnets may help migraine
Single doses of magnetic treatment could make a big difference to people who suffer from migraine headache, researchers have reported. More

08/03/2010 - Virus link to gluten intolerance
Viral infections may lie behind the development of wheat intolerance disease, researchers have reported. More

04/03/2010 - A little coffee seems okay for heart
Normal moderate coffee drinking does not pose any risk of serious heart rhythm disturbances - and may even protect the heart, a major conference has been told. More

03/03/2010 - Bone drug may help breast
Women who are taking a common drug for the health of their bones may also be enjoying unexpected protection against breast cancer, researchers revealed today. More

02/03/2010 - Weight loss diets boost heart health
Any diet which helps with the loss of weight can reverse the onset of heart disease, researchers suggested last night. More

01/03/2010 - Milk and egg allergy treatment hope
Giving children tiny amounts of substances such as egg and milk can successfully help treat allergies, a conference was told yesterday. More

26/02/2010 - Anti mutant flu drug found
Scientists may have found a powerful new anti-flu drug, it was announced last night. More

23/02/2010 - Needles treat baby blues
Acupuncture can effectively treat the depression experienced by many pregnant women, researchers reported last night. More

19/02/2010 - Child cancer alert from Iraq troubles
Children in southern Iraq have faced a massively increased risk of developing leukaemia, researchers reported yesterday. More

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