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13/08/2014 - Preterm birth drug underused
Simple drugs that could prevent birth complications are being under-used in much of the world, experts warn today. More

12/08/2014 - Drugs risk for shift workers
Shift workers should not rely on drugs, including caffeine, to help them stay awake or to sleep, researchers said yesterday. More

11/08/2014 - New trial for rare inherited disease
The first patient has been recruited for a trial of a new treatment for the inherited condition Sanfilippo Disease, it was announced today. More

08/08/2014 - Diabetes drug's life-extending benefits
A common drug for diabetes may extend the lives of patients beyond those of apparently healthy people, researchers say today. More

06/08/2014 - Aspirin may protect against cancer
Regular use of aspirin might help protect some people against developing cancer, researchers say today. More

25/07/2014 - Emergency pill safe for obese
Obese women can safely use emergency contraceptives, according to regulators. More

24/07/2014 - Paracetamol pointless for back-ache - study
Paracetamol does nothing for people with low back-pain, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

21/07/2014 - Aspirin and calcium to prevent pre-eclampsia
Pregnant women at risk from pre-eclampsia should take low dose aspirin and calcium supplements to reduce the chances of developing the condition, according to a new review. More

18/07/2014 - Millions more could get cholesterol drugs
Controversial new guidelines aimed at massively extending the use of cholesterol-lowering statins were being unveiled today. More

18/07/2014 - HIV vaccine works for some patients
A new vaccine against HIV may work for some patients, who can be identified by a particular chemical, it was announced today. More

15/07/2014 - Cannabis could yield cancer drugs
Scientists say they have pin-pointed some of the reasons why cannabis may have anti-cancer properties. More

10/07/2014 - Medicine cabinet search for cancer drugs
A threadworm drug, an anti-fungal drug and an antacid are among common medicines that might be used to treat cancer, researchers have revealed. More

07/07/2014 - Statins may help prevent breast cancer
Cholesterol lowering drugs might help protect women from breast cancer, according to a major study. More

03/07/2014 - Insulin pumps better than injections
People with type 2 diabetes who need insulin fare better with pumps than regular injections, according to the findings of a study reported today. More

01/07/2014 - Infertility drug cancer link not proved
Women who have taken fertility drugs may not need to worry about risk of hormone-related cancer, researchers said yesterday. More

01/07/2014 - Hope for new cancer drug
A new drug aimed at the DNA of cancer cells could help patients with untreatable disease, a conference has heard. More

25/06/2014 - Questions over whooping cough vaccine
As many as one in five children who are taken to the GP with a persistent cough could actually have whooping cough, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

24/06/2014 - Warning on fat-burning drug
A toxic "fat-burning" chemical is becoming increasingly popular with body-obsessed Britons, doctors warned today. More

19/06/2014 - New hope for antibiotics
British scientists may have made a key breakthrough in the battle against drug-resistant bacteria, it was announced last night. More

18/06/2014 - How sunshine vitamin prevents death
The link between levels of vitamin D which is generated by sunshine - and death from all causes is "remarkably consistent" across different countries, researchers say today. More

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