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20/1/22 - Artificial pancreas helps youngsters with type 1 diabetes
A “life-changing” artificial pancreas is helping young children with type 1 diabetes to manage their blood sugar levels, British researchers reported today. More

20/1/22 - Prolonged TV watching linked to blood clots
People who sit and watch television for more than four hours at a time are at significantly increased risk of developing blood clots, researchers report today. More

19/1/22 - How Omicron increased anxiety
The British population faced a significant increase in depression and anxiety in December as the Omicron variant took hold, according to a new analysis. More

17/1/22 - Classic pop aids midwinter mental health campaign
A nationwide campaign was launched today to stem the threat of midwinter depression with the “help” of pop stars old and new. More

17/1/22 - Surgery should not be angina patients' first option
Doctors should treat stable angina patients with medical therapies before recommending stents or bypass surgery, experts have stated. More

13/1/22 - Reductions in child hospitalisations in first year of pandemic
There was a dramatic fall in hospital admissions for childhood infections in England during 2020, a new study shows today. More

13/1/22 - Debate about licensing of e-cigarettes as medicines
Respiratory experts have debated if e-cigarettes should be licensed as medicines after the UK announced support for the move. More

12/1/22 - Lung disease test for undiagnosed millions
A simple assessment can be used for accurate diagnosis of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in many settings, according to a major global study. More

12/1/22 - Ketamine may benefit severe alcoholics
Ketamine treatment may be effective for alcohol use disorder, alongside psychological therapy, according to a new study. More

11/1/22 - First Less Survivable Cancer Awareness Day launched
The first Less Survivable Cancers Awareness Day is launched today, to highlight the importance of early diagnosis in improving survival and quality of life for people diagnosed with these diseases. More

10/1/22 - Common cold "key" to universal COVID vaccine
British scientists unveil new evidence today of how exposure to the common cold may help protect against COVID. More

5/1/22 - Magic mushroom drug found safe for therapy
Treatment of mental trauma or long-lasting depression with psilocybin may be one step closer after a new study found no detrimental effects. More

5/1/22 - Adrenal tumour 'underestimated' as risk factor
Researchers have shown how a cardiometabolic condition present in benign adrenal tumours can lead to type 2 diabetes. More

5/1/22 - Good results for T cell COVID-19 booster
A new COVID-19 booster vaccine may be effective against multiple variants, British scientists have announced. More

31/12/21 - Cancer deaths increased pre-pandemic
Global cases of cancer increased significantly in the last decade, according to a major analysis published last night. More

30/12/21 - Simpler drug to suppress child HIV
A simple, low-cost treatment for children with HIV may provide improved care, British researchers have reported. More

23/12/21 - Heart disease risk factors change heart structure
Specific risk factors for heart disease are linked to common changes in the structure and appearance of the heart, a new UK study has found. More

23/12/21 - Dark genome discovery could help schizophrenia patients
New proteins discovered in recently evolved regions of the dark genome could be targeted for the diagnosis and treatment of schizophrenia and bipolar disorder, new research published today suggests. More

21/12/21 - Reduce antidepressant prescriptions, doctors urged
Doctors should prescribe fewer antidepressants and when they do so, for shorter periods of time, experts say today. More

21/12/21 - UK project will find rare cancer treatments
British scientists today launch an ambitious project to treat rare cancers by using genetic testing to repurpose existing drugs. More

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