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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

11/06/2014 - Row over plans to extend statin use
A row has broken out over proposals for a massive extension of the use of cholesterol-lowering statin drugs in England. More

09/06/2014 - ‘Encouraging’ results from child flu vaccine pilot
A pilot scheme to vaccinate children against flu has yielded “encouraging” results, says Public Health England. More

03/06/2014 - Diabetes drug may slow ageing
An anti-diabetes drug may have the ability to slow the ageing process and increase lifespan, researchers revealed yesterday. More

02/06/2014 - Regulators back statins
The agency that oversees Britain's medicines has published an endorsement of cholesterol-lowering statins, arguing that they save lives. More

30/05/2014 - How blood pressure treatment saves lives
The successful drive to identify and treat high blood pressure in England has saved tens of thousands of lives every year, researchers say today. More

28/05/2014 - Potential epilepsy pill in development
Hopes are being raised for a new "on demand" epilepsy pill which can be taken when people feel a seizure coming on. More

23/05/2014 - Global response needed for antibiotic crisis
A co-ordinated global response is needed to tackle the growing resistance to antibiotics and other drugs, experts said yesterday. More

23/05/2014 - Love hormone could help children with autism
Young children with autism could be helped by the 'love hormone' that builds bonds between mothers and babies, new research has found. More

21/05/2014 - E-cigarettes may aid quitting
Electronic cigarettes dramatically boost a smokers' chance of successfully quitting, say researchers today. More

19/05/2014 - Sleeping pill risk of heart failure patients
Sleeping pills increase the risk of stroke and heart attack in heart failure patients eight-fold, Japanese researchers have found. More

14/05/2014 - Shingles vaccine targeted 'badly'
People at the highest risk of shingles have the lowest chance of being eligible for vaccination, researchers say today. More

07/05/2014 - New safety boost for flu vaccine
Children born to women who received a new flu vaccine did not suffer any impact on their development, researchers are set to report today. More

25/04/2014 - Anti-doping bodies call for ten-year sample storage
Anti-doping bodies have called for athletes’ blood and urine samples to be stored for ten years, to enable technology to catch up with substances that currently evade detection. More

23/04/2014 - Migraine prevention drug hope
New drugs could help improve care for sufferers of migraine, a conference has been told. More

10/04/2014 - Row as researchers condemn anti-flu drugs
Anti-flu drugs do not save lives and may not limit the spread of the disease, according to the findings of a controversial analysis today. More

07/04/2014 - Transplant drugs could target HIV infection
Drugs used to prevent organ rejection after transplantation could help to eradicate HIV, new American research has suggested. More

03/04/2014 - Blood pressure patients don't take drugs - study
As many as 25% of people prescribed drugs for high blood pressure do not take their medicines properly, researchers warn today. More

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