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10/08/2011 - Aspirin does not increase IVF success
Taking aspirin is unlikely to help women undergoing in vitro fertilisation, according to an analysis published today. More

09/08/2011 - Herb law set to be flouted
A European crackdown on herbal treatments may be widely circumvented - denying users critical information on side-effects, British researchers say today. More

29/07/2011 - Breast drugs key to cancer success - researchers
Two major studies today suggest that breast cancer drugs are proving more effective than had been hoped in saving the lives of thousands of women. More

20/07/2011 - Heart disease patients warned not to stop aspirin
Patients with heart disease were today urged to take their aspirin to keep their risks low. More

13/07/2011 - Asthma pregnancy risk
Asthma may cause problems in pregnancy, according to experts. More

13/07/2011 - Simpler approach to TB testing
Improved tests for tuberculosis can be used effectively in poorer countries, British researchers said today. More

05/07/2011 - Smoking drug heart link
A commonly used anti-smoking drug may carry a small risk of causing heart disease, British researchers warned last night. More

04/07/2011 - End animal antibiotic abuse call
The world's nations need to end the routine use of antibiotics on farm animals to help keep humans safe from infection, a major summit said last week. More

01/07/2011 - Warning over men's 'herbal' supplements
Men are being warned not to take unlicensed herbal remedies after they were found to contain a medicine that could cause life-threatening high blood pressure. More

30/06/2011 - Aspirin boosts depression treatment
A simple aspirin could massively boost the effectiveness of anti-depressant treatments, doctors revealed yesterday. More

24/06/2011 - Multiple medications new risk for elderly
Elderly people may be unwittingly overdosing on drugs, leading to dementia and death, researchers warned today. More

21/06/2011 - Europe's midlife crisis
Middle-aged Europe is facing an epidemic of depression - and it may not be linked to the continent's economic troubles, according to a new analysis. More

20/06/2011 - Child lung disease drug breakthrough
Researchers in Northern Ireland are celebrating a major breakthrough in the search for new treatments for the lung disease cystic fibrosis. More

07/06/2011 - Frog yields new drug hopes
A South American tree frog has offered a range of proteins which British researchers believe could become drugs for a range of common conditions. More

06/06/2011 - HIV battle pace stepped up
The world has made fast progress in tackling HIV infection in poor countries - but needs to use innovative ideas to step up the pace, a major summit is to be told this week. More

26/05/2011 - Super-pill cuts heart risk - claim
A controversial super-pill, taken daily by healthy people, could massively reduce rates of heart disease and stroke, researchers claimed today. More

26/05/2011 - Pain-killer cancer prevention clues
British researchers today report a crucial discovery in the search to find out how common pain-killers prevent cancer. More

24/05/2011 - Mushrooms and common pills offer men hope
Mushrooms and paracetamol may both help men at risk from cancer, researchers reported yesterday. More

19/05/2011 - Child paracetamol puzzler
Doctors in primary care struggle to prescribe the right doses of paracetamol for children, Scottish researchers warned today. More

13/05/2011 - Twitter saves lives
The social network service Twitter may have played a key role in saving lives during the Japanese earthquake disaster, doctors revealed today. More

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