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14/12/18 - Simple care changes that could save millions of neonates
Simple improvements to health care and advice to parents could save the lives of millions of babies globally, according to leading health organisations. More

14/12/18 - Genetic discoveries offer new asthma hope
British researchers have found new genetic variants associated with severe asthma, leading to hope of new treatments to control mucus, it has been announced. More

13/12/18 - Pregnancy pain relief guidance published
Women who need pain relief during pregnancy and while breast-feeding should rely on paracetamol so far as possible, new guidance says today. More

13/12/18 - Hazards of a Swedish Christmas Eve
The day most likely to trigger an acute myocardial infarction is Christmas Eve – at least in Sweden – according to a new analysis. More

12/12/18 - Women delay seeking heart attack help
Women with suspected heart attack symptoms to get medical help with no delay. More

12/12/18 - Depression problem for sexual minority youth
Young people who are not heterosexual show a significantly increased rate of depressive symptoms from the age of ten, researchers warn today. More

11/12/18 - Cervical cancer risk increase discovered
Women who test positive for certain high-risk human papillomavirus types but do not show any signs of cellular abnormality have an increased risk of developing cervical cancer, according to a new European study. More

11/12/18 - Older, male doctors more likely to play golf
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