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9/9/21 - 'Weak recommendation' for medical cannabis for chronic pain
Trials of cannabis products should only be set up for people living with chronic pain, experts say today. More

9/9/21 - Prolonged exposure to traffic noise linked to dementia risk
Prolonged exposure to traffic noise is associated with a raised risk of developing dementia, according to Danish research published today. More

8/9/21 - International consensus sought on e-cigarettes
A group of pharmacologists and public health researchers are calling for tighter regulations on the purchase and use of e-cigarettes and related heated tobacco products. More

8/9/21 - Excess weight affects asthma drug response
Children who are overweight or obese might be at a raised risk of asthma attacks due to reduced effectiveness of their medication, new research suggests. More

8/9/21 - Insights into spread of Delta variant
A new analysis has shown how the COVID-19 Delta variant became the dominant, hardly challenged strain of the virus. More

7/9/21 - Electronic nose 'detects' when failing lung transplant
An electronic “nose” can accurately detect when a lung transplant is starting to fail with 86% accuracy, experts will hear today. More

7/9/21 - Lung function not affected in young adults with COVID-19
COVID-19 does not affect the lung function of young adults, according to the first study of its kind. More

6/9/21 - Nicotine e-cigarettes 'cause' blood clotting
E-cigarettes that contain nicotine cause blood clots and render small blood vessels less able to expand and dilate, a European conference will hear today. More

6/9/21 - Cut consumption to tackle climate change - 200 medical journals
High income countries must cut consumption to enable the world to tackle the threat of climate change, 220 medical journals say today. More

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