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06/05/2016 - Caution over NICE cholesterol drug recommendation
A leading medical charity has urged caution today after the UK regulator NICE recommended two new medications for people with cholesterol conditions that put them at increased risk of heart attack or stroke. More

05/05/2016 - AF statin guidelines could change following trial
International guidelines on preventing atrial fibrillation could change after a major trial raised questions about the benefits of taking statins before and after heart surgery. More

05/05/2016 - Hope for quick and cheap antibiotic
A fast and cheap method of producing a promising antibiotic that could treat superbugs has been developed for the first time. More

27/04/2016 - Clinical "inertia" affects diabetes care - study
Thousands of patients with type 2 diabetes are suffering from "clinical inertia" over adjustments to their medication, it was claimed yesterday. More

26/04/2016 - Morning best for flu vaccines?
A flu vaccine administered in the morning may be more effective than in the afternoon, according to a UK study. More

22/04/2016 - Aspirin ‘increases cancer survival by 20%’
A low dosage of aspirin could help to increase cancer patients’ survival chances by up to 20% and could also help stop their cancer from spreading, according to a new analysis. More

19/04/2016 - Prospective Alzheimer's therapy revealed
A protein called IL-33 may provide a treatment for Alzheimer's disease, Scottish researchers reported today. More

18/04/2016 - Safe sex call as antibiotic resistance spreads
Public health experts have issued a plea for the public to practise safe sex after the emergence of an antibiotic resistant strain of gonorrhoea. More

04/04/2016 - Women have more antibiotics than men
Women are much more likely than men to be prescribed antibiotics, researchers say today. More

04/04/2016 - Antibiotics for Lyme disease tested
Long-term use of antibiotics to treat symptoms of Lyme disease yields no greater benefits than treating it short-terms with the drugs, a study has revealed. More

23/03/2016 - Study rejects SSRI link to heart disease
SSRI anti-depressants do not increase the risk of cardiovascular conditions, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

22/03/2016 - Prostate drug u-turn
A prostate cancer drug is to be available for thousands of men with the disease after a surprise u-turn by regulators yesterday. More

17/03/2016 - Antibiotic resistance widespread in child infections - study
About 50% of urinary tract infections of children involve bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics, according to a new analysis. More

15/03/2016 - HIV drug could aid melanoma care
An HIV drug can improve the treatment of melanoma, according to researchers at the University of Manchester, UK. More

11/03/2016 - Drug combination hope for breast cancer treatment
Women with HER2 positive breast cancer could see their tumours shrink or disappear altogether if they take a combination of drugs, a conference heard yesterday. More

02/03/2016 - Limited support for maternal vitamin D
Pregnant women may help their babies by taking vitamin D supplements during the winter, researchers report today. More

15/02/2016 - Iron tablet cell damage alarm
Iron tablets, as currently formulated, could cause cell damage within ten minutes of ingestion, a new study has claimed. More

11/02/2016 - Mood drug may tackle chronic pain
A drug under development for mood disorders may also be able to help treat chronic pain, British researchers reported last night. 1 comments More

11/02/2016 - Statin side-effect clues unveiled
British researchers say they have found new clues to the side effects faced by some patients who take statins. More

10/02/2016 - Paracetamol warning in pregnancy and infancy
Early exposure to paracetamol may raise the risk of a child developing asthma, researchers warn today. More

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