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20/10/17 - Child obesity problems grows
Efforts to reduce child obesity are failing, according to new figures showing an increasing problem amongst school-starters. More

20/10/17 - Mutations that trigger cancer
The number of mutations need to make a cell cancerous is “small,” according to the findings of a major analysis published today. More

19/10/17 - Blood pressure-heart valve disorder link
People diagnosed with hypertension early in life face an increased risk of developing mitral regurgitation, according to a new British study. More

19/10/17 - Alarm as female teen self-harm increases
Rates of reported self-harm among young teenaged girls have increased substantially this decade, researchers warn today. More

18/10/17 - HIV prevention cost-effective
A national programme of pre-exposure prophylaxis for men who have sex with men is cost-effective, according to an analysis published today. More

18/10/17 - Hope for colorectal cancer drug
Scientists have identified a new way of modifying the Wnt cell signalling pathway that could help treat colorectal cancers, it has been announced. More

17/10/17 - Commercial weight loss programme prevents diabetes
A commercial weight loss company was dramatically successful in preventing the development of type 2 diabetes in high risk patients, researchers report today. More

17/10/17 - 10p and nudge cut sugared drinks orders
A major restaurant chain successfully reduced customer orders for sugar-sweetened beverages by a tenth through introducing a 10p levy – and other measures, researchers report today. More

16/10/17 - Geneva Declaration updated
A new Hippocratic Oath has been unveiled at a major international doctors’ conference. More

16/10/17 - How the immune system revives dormant cancer cells
Dormant cancer cells may use the immune system to revive themselves, taking advantage of the natural responses that keep them in check, according to British researchers today. More

16/10/17 - Ticking time bomb of teen health problems
Britain needs to invest more in the health of teenagers and young adults to tackle a “ticking time bomb” of problems, campaigners say today. More

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