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14/09/2009 - New blood pressure drug
A new drug could add to the armoury of treatments available for high blood pressure, doctors report today. More

11/09/2009 - Call for widespread swine flu vaccination
Children should get any new swine flu vaccine as soon as possible to halt an epidemic, US researchers said last night. More

03/09/2009 - Surge in child obesity drugs
Rising rates of child obesity have led to hundreds of children receiving drugs that should only be given to adults, experts warned today. More

02/09/2009 - Birth drugs may discourage breast-feeding
Women who receive large quantities of drugs during labour are less likely than others to breast-feed, researchers report today. More

31/08/2009 - Aspirin, coffee and exercise - which benefits heart?
The role of aspirin, coffee and exercise in heart disease were all under discussion at a conference of European experts yesterday. More

26/08/2009 - Tamoxifen linked to second breast cancer
New research suggests that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen may raise the risk of an aggressive, difficult-to-treat tumour in the other breast. More

24/08/2009 - Healthy patients don't need flu drugs - WHO
International guidelines released at the weekend seemed to contradict the British policy of handing out anti-viral drugs to all flu patients. More

14/08/2009 - Pill clotting risk could be reduced - experts
Women taking the contraceptive pill still face a risk of dangerous blood clots - and do not always get the safest brands, experts warned today. More

11/08/2009 - Doubts on anti-flu drugs
The antiviral drugs being used to stem the spread of swine flu are probably having limited effect, researchers warned yesterday. More

24/07/2009 - Cataracts may be linked to blood pressure drugs
Some blood pressure lowering treatments may be linked to an increased risk of develop cataracts in the eyes, researchers warned today. More

22/07/2009 - Allergy shock treatment hope
Scientists may have found a way of limiting the danger of anaphylactic shock caused by allergic reactions. More

06/07/2009 - AML antibody treatment on trial
Researchers are testing a new antibody treatment for a hard-to-treat form of leukaemia in the hope of finding a radical new therapy, researchers have reported. More

24/06/2009 - Osteoporosis drug monitoring 'unnecessary'
Monitoring women on anti-osteoporosis treatment is a waste of resources, experts say today. More

05/06/2009 - Hydrangea gives allergy drug hope
A new treatment for autoimmune disorders may be on the way, derived from the root of the hydrangea plant. More

27/05/2009 - Leukaemia promise from green tea extract
Green tea may contain substances with powerful medical benefits, according to findings published yesterday. More

03/04/2009 - Grapefruit nearly caused leg loss
Doctors have told how a woman developed a dangerous blood clot in her leg from eating too much grapefruit for breakfast. More

13/03/2009 - Drug errors 'common' in intensive care units
Researchers say they have discovered an alarming rate of injected medication errors in intensive care units in Britain and Europe. More

10/03/2009 - Doctors told take bran off menu
A wholesale revision of the professional "bible" has seen the inclusion of new guidelines for a range of complex conditions. More

05/03/2009 - Web pharmacy arrests
British medicines "police" say they have shut down a major illegal internet pharmacy. More

02/01/2009 - Multi-functional bone marrow made in lab
Experts have created a new type of artificial bone marrow which can be used to test new drugs and provide blood for transfusions. More

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