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31/7/20 - New way to reduce heart transplant rejection
A new technique that removes immune cells from donor hearts can reduce the risk of acute rejection following transplant surgery. More

31/7/20 - England's sustained excess deaths worst in Europe
England has been Europe's worst affected region during the pandemic, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

30/7/20 - Call to limit vaping ads to safeguard teenagers
Steps must be taken to stem the growth in e-cigarette use among teenagers, European experts say today. More

30/7/20 - CBD 'safe to treat cannabis use disorder'
Prescription medication of cannabidiol can be used safely to treat cannabis use disorder and could help people to cut down on use of the drug, a new UK study claims. More

29/7/20 - Medieval remedy for bacterial infection
A medical remedy from the Middle Ages, based on onion, garlic and wine, may be effective against a range of harmful bacteria, British researchers have reported. More

29/7/20 - Lithium in water may prevent suicide
High lithium levels in drinking water may be associated with a protective effect against suicide, according to a new analysis. More

28/7/20 - Daily internet users 'have better mental health'
Adults over 50 who use the internet more frequently are more likely to experience positive mental health and wellbeing, a new UK study reveals today. More

28/7/20 - Plan to eliminate infant HepB infection
A new drive is launched today to end infection of infants with hepatitis B after the success of a 20-year project to cut rates. More

28/7/20 - Cat contracts COVID-19
The first case of a cat infected with COVID-19 has been found in the UK, it has been announced – although there is no evidence of transmission between animals. More

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