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Grief can play a part in older patient illness, research finds12 September 2014A new study has revealed the extent of the role grief can play when the health of an older person deteriorates.
Gold nanoparticles used to treat brain tumours10 September 2014An innovative method of treating brain cancer has so far yielded positive results.
'Super parents' at risk of mental health conditions, says study10 September 2014A new report has found many modern parents who put pressure on themselves to do everything in the early stages of their child's life are risking their wellbeing.
Sleep problems 'could identify early onset Parkinson's'11 July 2014New research has suggested a particular form of sleep disturbance could indicate the early stages of Parkinson's disease.
How to treat sunburn1 July 2014If you are unlucky enough to get burned, there are actions you can take to make yourself better.
Aspirin use 'may lower pancreatic cancer risk'27 June 2014The continued use of low doses of aspirin could lower the risk of pancreatic cancer, new research has suggested.
Foetal stress 'can lead to adult obesity'17 June 2014Pregnant women who experience high levels of stress are more likely to give birth to children who will struggle with their weight in later life, according to research.
Newborns' exposure to dirt 'could reduce asthma risk'6 June 2014Newborn babies who are exposed to dirt and other allergens could benefit from a reduced risk of developing asthma in later life.
The best ways to recover from a cold15 May 2014How you can help yourself when it comes to escaping coughs and sneezes.
Early menopause linked to increased risk of heart failure14 May 2014Women who go through the menopause at an earlier stage in their life are at a higher risk of experiencing heart failure, new research indicates.
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