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13/12/19 - Anastrozole recommended for some post-menopausal women to stop cancer
Anastrozole should be the preventive drug recommended for post-menopausal women at increased risk of developing breast cancer, according to the findings of a new international study today. More

11/12/19 - Exercise labels on food may improve choices
Food packaging labels should show how much exercise is needed to burn off the energy content, according to a new analysis. More

9/12/19 - Seeing cancer as a chronic disease
The public need to stop expecting "cures" for cancer and recognise it can often be managed as a long-term disease, British experts say today. More

5/12/19 - Impressive artificial neurons created
Scientists are making progress on artificial neurons that are capable of the same electrical activity as biological neurons, it has been announced. More

5/12/19 - Vaping linked to rare lung condition
Leading lung specialists have called for health authorities to withdraw approval for vaping as the first evidence emerged of a new kind of lung damage caused by the practice. More

4/12/19 - Physically inactive adults pose growing health risk
More than a quarter of adults in England are physically inactive, failing to achieve 30 minutes of moderate exercise within a week, according to the latest national health survey published yesterday. More

3/12/19 - Historic samples reveal malaria spread
DNA from malaria parasites eradicated 75 years ago has shown how one of the most common forms of the disease spread from Europe to the Americas in the 15th century. More

3/12/19 - Olaparib promising for advanced prostate cancer
A gene-targeted medicine, for breast and ovarian cancer, shows promise for some men with advanced prostate cancer, the results of a new clinical trial have shown. More

2/12/19 - Gynaecologists call for women's one-stop clinics and video consultations
Women are struggling to access basic healthcare services, according to a landmark report published today. More

29/11/19 - Patients feel 'overloaded' with information
Many patients about to undergo a heart procedure do not understand or remember the information they receive about it, according to a UK study. More

29/11/19 - Immunotherapy helps prostate cancer 'super responders'
So-called prostate cancer “super responders” could live for two years or longer on immunotherapy, a major new clinical trial has revealed. More

28/11/19 - High risk women revealed by neonatal abstinence syndrome
The mortality risk for mothers of babies born with neonatal abstinence syndrome is 11 times greater than normal, according to a new analysis. More

26/11/19 - Glaucoma risk link to air pollution
People living in polluted areas could face increased risk of developing glaucoma, researchers warned last night. More

22/11/19 - Statins may protect against lethal prostate disease
Statins may help protect men from the most lethal forms of prostate cancer, according to Irish researchers. More

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