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01/12/2011 - Self-treatment may prevent clots
People who are taking regular drugs to prevent blood clotting fare better if they are trained to monitor their treatment themselves, British researchers say today. More

23/11/2011 - Early fish may prevent asthma
Including fish in baby food after weaning may help prevent asthma-type problems developing, researchers from Sweden reported yesterday. More

23/11/2011 - Paracetamol danger from repeated minor overdose
People who regularly exceed recommended doses of the common pain-killer paracetamol by small amounts create serious risks for their livers, experts warned today. More

18/11/2011 - Antibiotic resistance warnings stepped up
A fresh drive to restrict the use of antibiotics and prevent them losing their potency, was launched today. More

17/11/2011 - Nose drop hope for child flu campaign
UK government advisers want flu vaccine nose drops to be developed for children, it emerged yesterday. More

09/11/2011 - New form of Pill linked to blood clots
Women taking oral contraceptives containing a synthetic progestin called drospirenone face an increased risk of dangerous blood clots, researchers warned yesterday. More

28/10/2011 - Aspirin cuts cancer risk
People with a genetic risk of developing cancer may benefit from taking a daily aspirin or two, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

26/10/2011 - The Pill brings mixed tidings
The contraceptive pill has effects on women's health - some good, some bad, researchers warned today. More

12/10/2011 - Gene testing to boost male cancer treatment
Routine gene testing could help determine the best treatment for prostate cancer patients, researchers reported today. More

06/10/2011 - Lifetime toll of hormone experiment
Women whose mothers were given a synthetic hormone during pregnancy have faced cancer and childbirth problems, researchers reported last night. More

03/10/2011 - Beta-blocker hope for breast cancer treatment
Early and 'promising' results into the effectiveness of prescribing common drugs to prevent the spread of breast cancer have been unveiled by British scientists to mark a new awareness campaign. More

30/09/2011 - 5 million of fake and illegal drugs seized in global operation
More than 5million worth of counterfeit and illegal medicines have been seized in a worldwide crackdown on the illicit internet trade in pharmaceuticals, it was announced yesterday. More

29/09/2011 - Seed that could aid quitters
A nicotine substitute found in laburnum seeds could play a significant role in helping smokers' to quit, it was revealed last night. More

28/09/2011 - Asthma risk from HRT
Women who have taken hormone replacement therapy have been placed at risk of severe asthma attacks, researchers have reported. More

20/09/2011 - Possible step towards HIV vaccine
Scientists have made a discovery about how HIV attacks the immune system, saying this may help in the development of a vaccine. More

05/09/2011 - Alarm as psychiatric drug research falters
Development of drugs for mental illness has come to a near halt in Europe in spite of the massive extent of the problem, experts warned today. More

30/08/2011 - Cholesterol drugs may help fight infections
People who have been taking cholesterol-lowering drugs for over a decade seem to enjoy extra protection against infections and lung disease, according to a new analysis. More

17/08/2011 - Breast and ovarian cancer drug trial begins
A major trial of a new drug treatment for inherited, advanced breast and ovarian cancer is under way in the UK, it was announced today. More

15/08/2011 - Backing for new asthma drug
British researchers want to test a new kind of drug on patients with asthma after discovering why patients get delayed reactions to some allergic substances. More

11/08/2011 - Drug passes heartbeat test
A new drug may be an improvement on warfarin as a treatment for people with irregular heartbeats, Scottish researchers reported last night. More

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