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8/6/18 - Africa Ebola preparations stepped up
The World Health Organisation is stepping up preparations in nine countries at risk from the current Ebola outbreak in Africa, it has announced. More

8/6/18 - Synthetic cannabis could increase stroke risk
Young users of synthetic cannabis, also known as ‘spice’ or ‘k2,’ could increase their risk of a stroke, doctors have warned after a 25-year-old was left with a permanent disability. More

8/6/18 - E-cig users should use high nicotine versions
Former smokers who turn to vaping and e-cigarettes seem to fare better by choosing devices with high nicotine levels, rather than low, British researchers say today. More

7/6/18 - Dismay as prostate drug remains restricted
Specialists have reacted in dismay after the use of the prostate cancer drug abiraterone remained restricted in England. More

7/6/18 - Warning as PrEP linked with unsafe sex increase
The introduction of PrEP in two large cities led to a rapid fall in condom use, almost negating the benefits of the treatment, researchers warned last night. More

6/6/18 - How job stress threatens health
Men with cardiometabolic disease are at a raised risk of death if they experience job strain, researchers warn today. More

6/6/18 - New approach to treatment-resistant cancer cells
A new method of altering treatment-resistant cancer cells could make them responsive again, researchers have reported. More

6/6/18 - Winter risk from major cardiovascular events
Pressure on services and viruses may significantly increase the risk to patients experiencing major cardiovascular events in the winter, researchers warn today. More

5/6/18 - Uterine transplant problems catalogued
Uterus transplantation has been successful in some cases – but comes with major difficulties and side-effects, according to an analysis published today. More

4/6/18 - Disgust could be public health tool
Humans have six common types of disgust – and these help to identify and avoid disease, according to a new analysis. More

4/6/18 - Lymph node radiation benefits some breast cancer patients
Early stage breast cancer patients live longer when they have radiation therapy to the lymph nodes behind the breast bone and above the collar bone, according to new research. More

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