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08/09/2015 - Anti-smoking drug side-effects not found
There is no evidence of serious side effects from a popular drug used to help smokers quit tobacco, according to a new analysis. More

08/09/2015 - Public should know more about antibiotics - watchdog
Public health campaigns should seek to improve awareness of self-limiting illnesses and reduce the spread of antimicrobial resistance, according to proposals published today. More

02/09/2015 - Psychotropic drugs for challenging behaviour?
Psychotropic drugs are being prescribed to people with intellectual disability for reasons other than mental illness, researchers report today. More

28/08/2015 - Growth hormone 'effective' against osteoporosis
A course of growth hormone can provide post-menopausal women with protection against osteoporosis for a period of years, according to the findings of a major Swedish study. More

28/08/2015 - Parents warned of fever from MenB vaccine
Children taking part in a new meningitis vaccination programme - which starts next week - will need to be given paracetamol to prevent fever, public health officials said yesterday. More

21/08/2015 - Most Alzheimer's "preventable"
More than 60% of cases of Alzheimer's disease could be preventable, it was claimed today. More

18/08/2015 - Aspirin may protect obese against cancer
People who are overweight may cut their risk of cancer by taking regular aspirin, researchers said last night. More

17/08/2015 - Hope for new stomach bug treatment
Scientists believe they have found a new way of tackling the bug responsible for peptic ulcers and other stomach diseases. More

13/08/2015 - Hope for child wheeze vaccine
A vaccine to prevent a common respiratory disease in infants has shown promise in early human trials, according to a UK study. More

10/08/2015 - Bear drug hope for Parkinson's
A liver disease drug derived from bears might be able to treat Parkinson's disease, British researchers reveal today. More

05/08/2015 - Endometrial cancer risk cut by the Pill
Oral contraceptives may have played a role in preventing up to 200,000 cases of endometrial cancer in the last ten years, researchers say today. More

30/07/2015 - Public ignorance of drug resistance
Health professionals know all about antibiotic resistance - but the public know and understand little, researchers warned today. More

27/07/2015 - Backing for malaria vaccine
A malaria vaccine has gained a key backer for its introduction in countries plagued by the disease, it has been announced. More

24/07/2015 - How drugs are beating breast cancer
Aromatase inhibitors save significantly more post-menopausal women from breast cancer than tamoxifen, according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

23/07/2015 - Progress against Alzheimer's - conference
Campaigners have welcomed news of a drug that can "significantly" reduce agitation among patients with Alzheimer's disease. More

15/07/2015 - Bleeding risk from antidepressants plus painkillers
People who use antidepressants with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are at a raised risk of bleeding in the skull, researchers warn today. More

15/07/2015 - Cystitis treatment over the counter?
Antibiotic treatments for cystitis should be available without a prescription, a senior GP says today. More

09/07/2015 - Common drug may fight TB
A common over-the-counter drug may be effective against tuberculosis, researchers have revealed. More

08/07/2015 - Hope for new cancer drug
A new cancer drug is 49 times more powerful than a standard platinum therapy, researchers have claimed. More

06/07/2015 - Arthritis drug in blood cancer hope
A common arthritis drug may help treat patients with a range of blood cancers, British researchers revealed last night. More

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