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20/6/19 - Low awareness of alcohol-breast cancer link
Fewer than half of health care staff at breast clinics are aware of the link between breast cancer and alcohol, researchers have found. More

20/6/19 - Lower lung disease risk in fitter men
Men who show good cardiorespiratory fitness in middle age tend to have a reduced risk of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in later life, new research indicates. More

19/6/19 - Yoghurt may help prevent bowel cancer
Men who eat yoghurt at least twice a week appear to have a reduced risk of developing adenomas in the bowel, researchers report today. More

19/6/19 - Large study links atrial fibrillation to dementia
Patients with atrial fibrillation face a raised risk of going on to develop dementia, researchers warn today. More

18/6/19 - Billions at risk from unsafe water - WHO
Billions of people around the world lack basic handwashing facilities and safe drinking water, according to a major analysis published today. More

18/6/19 - Premature water breaking guidance published
Pregnant women who suffer from premature breaking of the waters should be given the chance to continue the pregnancy to term, according to guidelines published today. More

17/6/19 - Global support plea for Ebola crisis
An expert has criticised the decision not to declare the latest Ebola outbreak in Africa a global emergency. More

17/6/19 - Hope for non-invasive prenatal sickle test
British researchers have developed a non-invasive prenatal test for sickle cell disease, a European conference has heard. More

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