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    Breastfed babies cry more

    “Is breast really best?” asked the Daily Mail today. A study has found that babies fed on formul...

    Confusing claims over internet addiction

    People addicted to the internet may experience “changes in the brain similar to alcoholics and coc...

    Diabetes drug 'may aid weight loss'

    A “fat-busting jab could be the key to battling Britain’s obesity crisis”, the Daily Express h...

    Parabens found in breast cancer samples

    “Chemical found in deodorants, face cream and food products is discovered in tumours of ALL breast...

    Meat 'linked to pancreas cancer'

    BBC News has reported a possible link between eating processed meat, such as bacon or sausages, and ...

    Latest news on PIP breast implants

    Women concerned about French-made PIP breast implants can find all the latest NHS information about ...

    Blood vessels 'grown in lab'

    British scientists may have found a way to grow “off the shelf” veins and arteries, The Daily Te...

    Spray can detect Barrett's oesophagus

    “A throat spray has been developed to spot cancer of the oesophagus at an early stage,” the Dail...

    Vitamin D 'may boost eyesight'

    “More vitamin D a day could keep glasses away” reported The Independent. The newspaper says “b...

    HRT breast cancer link study 'flawed'

    Several newspapers have today reported that HRT does not increase the risk of breast cancer. These r...

    Benefits of breast screening questioned

    “Breast cancer screening could cause more harm than good,” The Daily Telegraph has today reporte...

    Costs of cancer treatment predicted to rise

    ‘Cancer survival rates could fall because of a rise in the cost of diagnosis and treatment over th...

    Could gene therapy cure haemophilia?

    An experimental gene treatment means that people with haemophilia B may no longer need medication, B...

    Study of chronic fatigue syndrome in children

    Chronic fatigue syndrome could affect one in 100 pupils, BBC News has today reported. The estimate i...

    24,000 'excess' deaths from diabetes

    As many as 24,000 people with diabetes are dying unnecessarily each year, many of the papers have re...

    Alarm over hospital drug errors

    The headline “Four in 10 drugs wrongly administered in hospitals” may have caused undue concern ...

    Virus test may improve cervical screening

    Cervical cancer smear tests “could be improved by adding a further test looking for signs of a vir...

    Music 'changes the taste of alcohol'

    “Alcohol tastes sweeter when loud music is playing,” Metro reported today. The news is based on ...

    Fish pedicure risk "very low"

    “Trendy fish pedicures could spread HIV and hepatitis C,” the Sun has today reported. Its front-...

    Researchers examine 'fertility switch'

    “High levels of a protein called SGK1 can cause infertility, but when there is not enough, women a...