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11/5/18 - Song contest gives public health boost
The Eurovision Song Contest plays a huge part in improving national well-being, a public health specialist claims today. More

11/5/18 - PARP mutation latest personalisation possibility
British researchers have found a mutation that prevents PARP inhibitors from working, it has been announced. More

10/5/18 - Vertebroplasty challenged in RCT
Percutaneous vertebroplasty to repair spinal fractures does not lead to greater pain relief than a sham procedure, according to the findings of a new randomised trial. More

9/5/18 - Fish oil part of osteoarthritis self-management
Improved diet and weight loss are crucial to self-management of osteoarthritis, according to a new analysis. More

8/5/18 - Genetic study provides insight into families with migraines
Migraines run in families because of an accumulation of independent genetic risk variants, the largest genetic family study on migraine has revealed. More

8/5/18 - Diet affects the time women take to conceive
Women who consume less fruit and more fast food will find it more difficult to conceive their first child within a year, a new study has shown. More

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