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15/6/18 - Bran test clue to cutting medical costs
Patients were being encouraged today by senior doctors to take a “Bran test” when seeking medical treatment. More

15/6/18 - Twin survival improves
The UK has made significant and speedy progress in improving the survival of twins at birth, according to a major annual analysis published today. More

14/6/18 - How RA treatments are reducing mortality
Programmes of intensive treatment of patients with rheumatoid arthritis have successfully reduced mortality to normal levels, a major European conference has been told. More

13/6/18 - Blood pressure link to dementia risk
New findings from an ongoing study have shown a link between high systolic blood pressure and increased risk of dementia, below the conventional threshold used to define hypertension. More

13/6/18 - Foetal polycystic ovary risks explored
Smoking and obesity during pregnancy may be linked to future polycystic ovary syndrome in daughters, researchers report today. More

12/6/18 - DNA test to identify prostate cancer risk
A new DNA test can identify 63 genetic variations linked to increased risk of prostate cancer, a major international study reported last night. More

12/6/18 - WHO declares Paraguay malaria free
Paraguay is officially malaria free, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced, making it the first country in the Americas since Cuba in 1973 to be granted the status. More

11/6/18 - Loneliness 'bad for heart'
Loneliness and lack of social networks are bad for the heart and is also a strong predictor of premature death, according to a new Danish study. More

11/6/18 - European hypertension guidelines published
The new, long-awaited European guidelines for treating arterial hypertension have been presented to clinicians. More

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