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17/02/2011 - Therapy boosts blood pressure medication
People with high blood pressure can benefit from a new form of therapy aimed at helping them take their drugs regularly, researchers say today. More

17/02/2011 - Euro-crackdown on fake drugs agreed
New plans to crack down on counterfeit and fake medicines have been announced in Europe. 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

09/02/2011 - Expert voices concern over 'polypill hype'
The world is facing "polypillomania" as companies rush to develop a single pill to prevent heart disease, an expert warned today. More

19/01/2011 - Now it's eight-a-day for the heart
Eating eight portions of fruit or vegetables a day can cut the risk of dying from heart disease by a fifth - compared with eating fewer than three portions, researchers say today. More

13/01/2011 - Double drug boost for blood pressure
People found to have high blood pressure fare best if they are treated straightaway with two drugs - rather than a single treatment, British researchers report today. More

13/12/2010 - Flu strains are 'increasingly' drug resistant
Public health concerns have been raised after two studies revealed that some influenza viruses are becoming increasingly resistant to antiviral treatments. More

09/12/2010 - Herbal wizards get WHO treatment
Global health officials are seeking to get to grips with traditional medicines in a bid to ensure they can be researched properly. More

07/12/2010 - Aspirin may prevent cancer
A daily dose of aspirin may help reduce the risk of developing cancer, British researchers revealed today. More

06/12/2010 - Child leukaemia treatment boost
A new treatment has offered hope that most children can survive the most common form of leukaemia, according to the findings of a British study. More

19/11/2010 - Public urged to get well without antibiotics
A campaign has been launched to remind people that antibiotics are ineffective in the treatment of coughs and colds. More

18/11/2010 - Hope for powerful new cholesterol drug
The impact of a "knock your socks off" new cholesterol treatment is to be measured in a major UK study of heart disease. More

16/11/2010 - Drug boosts heartbeat treatment
People with irregular heart-beats may benefit from a new drug to help prevent them from stroke and blood clots, British researchers said last night. More

09/11/2010 - Anti-cholesterol pills get thumbs up
Heart campaigners have welcomed the findings of a major study today showing the powerful effects of the cholesterol-lowering drugs statins in preventing heart disease. More

08/11/2010 - Abandon quinine call
After 300 years, quinine could be abandoned as a treatment for malaria, experts have said. More

01/10/2010 - Drug companies “created female sexual dysfunction”
Female sexual dysfunction has been created by drugs companies as a way of building a global market for drugs, it is claimed today. More

24/09/2010 - Diabetes drug suspended
European regulators dramatically succumbed to pressure from medical experts yesterday and ordered the suspension of a controversial diabetes drug. More

24/09/2010 - Miscarriage drug may not work
The largest recurrent miscarriage clinic in the world is taking part in pioneering research to establish if prescribing progesterone reduces the risk of losing a baby. More

08/09/2010 - HRT ghost stories
"Ghost-writers" were used to promote the benefits of now discredited hormone replacement therapies, according to a major analysis published last night. More

31/08/2010 - Cannabis beats pain - Canadians
Patients allowed to smoke cannabis at home gained significant release from chronic pain, according to a new scientific study. More

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