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8/11/19 - Over 60s should increase exercise
People over the age of 60 should do more exercise - not less - to prevent heart disease and stroke, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

8/11/19 - Warning over skin contact after Caesarean section
ECG electrodes can cause complications when a mother is given contact with her new-born baby following Caesarean section, doctors have reported. More

6/11/19 - Gene variation protects against diabetes
A gene linked to type 2 diabetes may offer clues to new therapies, British researchers say. More

6/11/19 - Warning on growing worldwide violence against doctors
There is a “rising tide of violence against physicians and health professionals," the World Medical Association has warned. More

5/11/19 - Short jogs could improve health and longevity
"Small doses" of running could lead to substantial improvements in health and longevity, researchers report today. More

5/11/19 - Lonely heart patients 'higher risk of dying'
Loneliness should be viewed as a legitimate health risk in people who have a serious illness, say researchers who found that lonely cardiac patients are at greater risk of dying within a year after leaving hospital. More

5/11/19 - Ovarian cancer diagnostic blood test backed
Testing for a specific protein in the blood could help doctors to spot ovarian cancer, as well as other cancers, researchers will say today. More

4/11/19 - Blood test could detect early breast cancer
A blood test could help to detect signs of breast cancer five years before there are clinical signs of the disease, a UK conference has heard. More

4/11/19 - Specific gut bacteria risk to bowel cancer
A specific type of gut bacteria may be associated with an increased risk of developing bowel cancer, according to new research being presented today (4 November 2019). More

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