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16/11/17 - Doubts over glycaemic lowering treatments
Treatments aimed at minimising glycaemic levels in patients with type 2 diabetes may increase mortality risk, according to a major UK study. More

15/11/17 - Assisted reproduction boost from vitamin D
High levels of vitamin D may contribute to success in assisted reproduction treatment, researchers say today. More

15/11/17 - Speedy induction for older mothers?
Rapid induction of labour for pregnant women aged 35 years or over may reduce the risk of perinatal death, British researchers say today.More

15/11/17 - Obesity outcomes improved by diet plans
Low-fat weight loss interventions can be effective at reducing mortality among obese people, according to a new Scottish analysis. More

14/11/17 - Protect environment to help human health
Protecting the environment will help to safeguard human lives, a leading scientist has told a global health conference. More

14/11/17 - Genes reveal secrets to bladder cancer
A set of genes could hold the secret to the most common form of bladder cancer and lead to better targeted treatment, researchers in Leeds, UK, have reported. More

13/11/17 - Miscarriage research priorities identified
More studies should be undertaken to improve the psychological and emotional support of parents affected by miscarriage, according to a new survey. More

10/11/17 - Cholera map to aid prediction
Cholera has been endemic in Asia for 50 years, repeatedly crossing into Africa and Latin America, according to a major study of the disease published last night. More

10/11/17 - Three smear tests a lifetime thanks to vaccine
The HPV vaccine means that women need many fewer cervical screens than at present, British researchers say today. More

9/11/17 - Maternity units urged to check complication rates
Some maternity units have high rates of birth complications, suggesting a need to review their standards, according to the findings of a major audit published today. More

9/11/17 - UK GP visits shorter than other rich nations
GP consultation lengths in the UK are twice the global average – but lag well behind other developed countries, according to a major analysis published today. More

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