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28/12/18 - Dangers of male post-natal blues
Post-natal depression is a serious problem for fathers as well as mothers - and may have long-term implications for families, according to a new UK study. More

28/12/18 - Speeding up scabies elimination
Public health campaigns to eliminate scabies in poor countries could be speeded up by faster diagnosis, British experts have reported. More

27/12/18 - Hope for new lung cancer therapy
UK researchers are investigating the use of drugs commonly used for breast cancer to treat drug-resistant lung cancer. More

21/12/18 - Technology may turn corner on healthy living - CMO
Wearable technology and novel biosensors will make diagnostics a part of daily lives for patients, the Chief Medical Officer says today. More

21/12/18 - Obesity increases X-ray risks
Extremely obese patients face a significantly increased risk of developing cancer from undergoing X-rays, researchers warn today. More

20/12/18 - Warning on cardiovascular winter deaths
Excess winter deaths from cardiovascular diseases have been increasing exponentially in the last few years, researchers report today. More

20/12/18 - Alert on acute flaccid paralysis
An alert has been issued about an increase in cases of acute flaccid paralysis, linked to enterovirus infection. More

19/12/18 - Exercise may be best medicine for hypertension
Exercise interventions may be as effective as most medication for hypertension, researchers say today. More

19/12/18 - Doubts over resilience interventions
Managers often hope that resilience training will improve staff morale in stressed environments – but researchers today question its effectiveness. More

18/12/18 - Nausea confusion leads to pregnant filling ambulances
Confusion about how to manage nausea in pregnancy leads to many pregnant women being sent to hospital in emergency ambulances, according to a study published today. 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

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

10/12/18 - Statin adherence and dose important for high risk patients
Patients at high risk from cardiovascular disease should be prescribed high doses of statins and adherence monitored closely, according to a new observational analysis. More

7/12/18 - Robots will free surgeons from routine ops, says commission
In an age of robot assisted surgery, surgeons will no longer need to undertake many common procedures, the Royal College of Surgeons of England says today. More

6/12/18 - Genome project moves to 5m target
A major UK genetics project has reached its main objective – sequencing 100,000 genomes of NHS patients, it has been announced. More

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