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22/1/21 - Dermatological map could lead to new treatments
A newly created skin cell map offers a “huge leap” in understanding of disease and could pave the way for potential drug treatments for painful skin diseases, British researchers say. More

22/1/21 - Half a million doctors needed for cancer surgery
The world will need half a million more doctors in the next 20 years, just to cope with growing demand for cancer surgery, according to a major new analysis. More

20/1/21 - Vision tests to map Parkinson's cognitive decline
New research is suggesting that a simple test of vision can predict the risk of cognitive impairment and possible dementia among people with Parkinson’s disease. More

20/1/21 - Brain cell insight into multiple sclerosis
British scientists have reported new discoveries about neuronal damage during the progression of multiple sclerosis. More

19/1/21 - Simple, cheap test can help save lives from colorectal cancer
A simple and cheap test can help to identify individuals who are at risk of developing colorectal cancer, new UK research reveals today. More

19/1/21 - More research on 5G networks 'needed'
A British academic has called for a halt to the global roll out of 5G until safety concerns are properly addressed. More

15/1/21 - Ovarian cancer classification system validated
A newly developed method for subtyping ovarian cancer has been validated as accurately predicting disease outcome. More

14/1/21 - How alcohol consumption increased in first lockdown
A quarter of adults in the UK drank more alcohol than usual during the first COVID-19 lockdown, with younger women more likely to have increased their consumption, according to a new study today. More

13/1/21 - Awareness during anaesthesia raised during Caesarean section
The rate of 'accidental awareness' under general anaesthetic is much higher than expected during Caesarean section, according to a new analysis. More

13/1/21 - Clear benefit of exercise on cardiovascular health
The positive impact of exercise on cardiovascular health appears to have 'no upper limit', according to new findings from the University of Oxford, UK. More

13/1/21 - Alcohol patterns and frequency linked to health
Some patterns of drinking behaviour may reduce risk of alcohol-related health problems, researchers have reported. More

12/1/21 - Drug-resistant prostate cancer treatment 'promising'
Men with advanced prostate cancer could receive a promising, new experimental drug, it is reported today. More

8/1/21 - 'Virtual biopsies' could replace tissue biopsies
An advanced scanning analysis technique could eventually see “virtual biopsies” replace tissue biopsies, UK scientists have announced. More

7/1/21 - Acute heart failure linked to increased COVID death risk
People with acute heart failure face almost doubled risk of dying from COVID-19, according to new research published today. More

7/1/21 - Mental health of UK women, ethnic minorities badly affected during pandemic
Ethnic minorities and women have experienced worse deterioration of mental health than white men during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a new UK study. More

6/1/21 - EEG test could give early traumatic brain injury prognosis
Electroencephalography can successfully be used for prognosis in patients with severe brain industry, British researchers have reported. More

5/1/21 - Genetic variants increase prostate risk for those of African ancestry
Black men have genetic variants that put them at greater risk of developing prostate cancer than white or Asian men, a study published last night has revealed. More

5/1/21 - Scottish medical backing for vaccine booster delay
The government's controversial plan to maximise the numbers getting the COVID vaccine gained support from a group of senior doctors yesterday. More

4/1/21 - Autism link to genetic conditions highlighted
Children with several genetic conditions may need support for autism - even if the condition is not fully diagnosed, according to a new study by researchers in Cardiff. More

4/1/21 - Warning as pandemic aggravates pregnancy anxiety
The pandemic is adding significantly to the anxiety faced by many pregnant women, a charity warned today. More

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