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19/12/2014 - Psychiatric drugs over-used?
Powerful psychiatric drugs are mainly being used for common mental illnesses – often for elderly patients, researchers say today. More

17/12/2014 - E-cigs backed by major review
A large, reliable review of the evidence on electronic cigarettes has found that the devices can help smokers quit or cut down. More

15/12/2014 - Call for drug-resistance action
Campaigners have called for a “quantum” increase in funding after an expert predict warned drug-resistance could be responsible for ten million deaths a year. More

15/12/2014 - Sedative woke coma patient
A common sedative drug unexpectedly awoke a patient from a coma, Italian doctors have reported. More

12/12/2014 - Tamoxifen cuts breast cancer rates but not deaths - study
Women who take tamoxifen to prevent breast cancer may have cut their risk of disease by almost a third, according to the findings of a major study reported yesterday. More

12/12/2014 - Vaccine response gene booster clue
Scientists say they have found a gene which may play a key role in making flu vaccines effective. More

11/12/2014 - Tests may rehabilitate banned arthritis drugs
Tests for heart risk could be used to bring a range of arthritis drugs back into use, British researchers have reported. More

01/12/2014 - People urged to get their flu vaccine
Growing numbers of parents are having their young children vaccinated against flu - but the numbers need to increase, according to public health officials. More

27/11/2014 - New Ebola vaccine hope
An Ebola vaccine has shown promise in tests on volunteers, US researchers announced last night. More

24/11/2014 - Brain medicine threat to babies
Women who have to take a particular epilepsy drug should be advised not to get pregnant, according to new European guidance. More

19/11/2014 - Heart disease link to antibiotic drive
A drive to cut down antibiotic prescribing in dentistry in the UK may have triggered an increase in serious heart infections, researchers warned today. More

19/11/2014 - Antibiotics wrongly used for colds
Large numbers of people still - wrongly - take antibiotics for coughs and colds, according to the findings of a survey published today. More

18/11/2014 - Advice on infant lung disease
Babies with a common lung infection should not be treated with antibiotics, according to draft guidelines published today. More

13/11/2014 - Novel method of cervical cancer therapy
A new technique could improve treatment for women with cervical cancer, researchers have reported. More

12/11/2014 - Drug to boost vaccines for elderly
Elderly patients could be offered an immune-boosting drug to make vaccines more effective, British researchers say. More

11/11/2014 - Prostate cancer new hope
British researchers say they may have found a new treatment to tackle prostate cancer. More

10/11/2014 - Expert shrugs off Alzheimer's setbacks
A senior researcher has said he is not "pessimistic" after a series of setbacks in the search for drugs against Alzheimer's disease. More

06/11/2014 - Cancer puzzle solved?
Scientists say they may have solved one of the most persistent puzzles in cancer research - opening the way for wide-ranging new treatments. More

04/11/2014 - Anger at Ebola inaction
A "profit-driven" medical research industry neglected the threat of the Ebola virus for four decades, the world's leading health official said yesterday. More

29/10/2014 - New cholesterol gene links found
Two genes have been found that determine the effectiveness of statin drugs in controlling cholesterol levels, British researchers announced last night. More

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