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10/5/19 - Largest UK survey reveals harm of people's drinking
One person in five in England has been affected by someone else’s drinking in a 12-month period, the largest UK survey of its kind reveals today. More

10/5/19 - Stem cell discovery could change vascular disease treatment
UK researchers have discovered a non-intrusive way to generate large quantities of stem cells using only a small amount of blood, it has been announced. More

10/5/19 - Quarter of meditators have 'unpleasant experiences'
A psychiatrist has called for more research into meditation after more than a quarter of people who regularly practise have ‘particularly unpleasant’ psychological experiences related to the practice. More

9/5/19 - Survey reveals ignorance about dying
Public ignorance about dying increases fears about the pain and indignity associated with the event, senior medical academics say today. More

9/5/19 - Welcome for MS drug u-turn
The first drug to slow the development of primary progressive multiple sclerosis is set to be supported for use in the NHS, it was announced today. More

8/5/19 - Apgar risk reconsideration call
Normal Apgar scores, used to assess the health of new-born babies, may conceal increased risk of serious illness, researchers warn today. More

8/5/19 - TB elimination needs political input
Political "indifference" is hindering the success of tuberculosis elimination targets, an expert warned last night. More

7/5/19 - Retinoblastoma gene points to prostate problems
A gene linked to eye cancer may also indicate a man's risk of developing aggressive forms of prostate cancer, British researchers reported last night. More

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