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9/2/18 - Vapers at risk of pneumonia?
Vaping could make people vulnerable to pneumonia, according to a new analysis based on laboratory research. More

9/2/18 - Human egg development success
British scientists have successfully matured human oocytes in vitro, it was announced today. More

8/2/18 - Asparagus link to breast cancer
An amino acid found in many common foods could aid breast cancer metastasis, according to British researchers. More

7/2/18 - Researchers unveil new pain relief hope
A study of the immune system has revealed a “totally novel” mechanism for pain relief, according to Spanish researchers. More

7/2/18 - Cardiac arrest patients ‘unsupported’
Many cardiac arrest patients find it difficult to go back to their previous lives, according to a Europe wide study. More

6/2/18 - Study launched into anti-cancer properties of aspirin
An international research programme has been launched to examine the role of aspirin in cancer prevention. More

6/2/18 - NHS backs vaping
Hospitals should sell e-cigarettes while removing smoking shelters, according to new English guidance published today. More

6/2/18 - Ageing immune system ‘key to cancer development risk’
The ageing immune system may play a far bigger role in the development of cancer than previously thought, according to a research project linking Scottish and French researchers. More

5/2/18 - Mobile apps risk users’ privacy and security
Most health apps fail to meet legal requirements or put millions of users’ privacy and security at risk, a European study has revealed. More

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