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27/01/2014 - Obesity may impact emergency pill
A major study is under way into the effect of obesity on emergency contraceptives, it has been announced. More

27/01/2014 - Hope for advanced breast cancer treatment
A new treatment may be able to combat the spread of advanced breast cancer, British researchers announced yesterday. More

23/01/2014 - HRT may boost hip ops
Hormone replacement therapy could be used as a treatment to improve the success of hip and knee operations for women, researchers say today. More

22/01/2014 - Device to help ease migraine
A device that eases migraines could benefit six million sufferers in England and Wales, based on results from a clinical trial, it was announced today. More

17/01/2014 - Multiple medicine risks assessed
Some patients worry about taking up to ten or more drugs daily - and in some cases they are right to be concerned, British researchers have found. More

17/01/2014 - Drug-resistant TB patients "sent home" in SA - warning
The hardest kind of TB to treat may be spreading in Africa because of treatment failures in South African hospitals, it was claimed today. More

10/01/2014 - Cannabis clue to arthritis treatment
Cannabis-type drugs could be developed to help treat people with arthritis, British researchers have reported. More

10/01/2014 - Parkinson's gene therapy hope
A radical new gene therapy for Parkinson's disease has shown promise in tests on patients - but evidence that it works is still missing, researchers report today. More

09/01/2014 - New hope to tackle TB
The curse of drug-resistant TB could be tackled using patients' own cells, doctors reveal today. More

03/01/2014 - Chinese medicine plant could treat chronic pain
A plant traditionally used in Chinese medicine to relieve suffering contains key ingredients that could be used to combat chronic pain, researchers have reported. More

31/12/2013 - New Year warning on fake pharma web-sites
Hundreds of illegal web-sites have been shut down this year - but shoppers seeking New Year bargains are still at risk from fake or illegal medicines and health products, regulators warned yesterday. More

27/12/2013 - Cervical cancer gene discoveries
The unravelling of a series of gene mutations linked to cervical cancer may offer new treatment hopes, researchers have said. More

18/12/2013 - Apple proverb rings true
An apple a day is just as beneficial as the cholesterol drug statin for avoiding heart attacks and strokes, researchers say today. More

13/12/2013 - Breast cancer prevention breakthrough
A drug can halve the risk of women developing breast cancer in old age, British researchers revealed last night. More

11/12/2013 - Breathing aid cuts sleep apnoea risk
New research suggests that treatment with a device known as a CPAP machine can benefit patients with health problems caused by sleeping difficulties. More

11/12/2013 - Heartburn drugs risk B12 deficiency
New findings indicate that use of proton pump inhibitors and histamine 2 receptor antagonists is linked to vitamin B12 deficiency. More

10/12/2013 - Alarm at flu drug resistance
The flu virus could become resistant to the drug Tamiflu because residues of the drug get into the water supply, according to Swedish researchers. More

05/12/2013 - TB vaccine MS hope
A TB vaccine could help prevent the development of multiple sclerosis, researchers revealed tonight. More

29/11/2013 - HIV vaccine hope
A new vaccine that triggers the production of antibodies to block HIV going into healthy human cells is under development. More

27/11/2013 - Warning over medicine sodium levels
Many common soluble and fizzy medicines may be putting patients at risk because of their high sodium content, experts warn today. More

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