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Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying early each year
Hundreds of lung cancer patients may be dying prematurely every year as a result of disparities in rates of treatment across England, new research suggested.
Menopause symptoms linked to poor sleep quality
Menopause symptoms make middle-aged sleep problems more likely for some women, a study from South Korea suggested.
Study suggests new approach to treating eczema
Researchers in Boston have found a different approach to treating eczema — one that stimulates a natural halt to the allergic attack, as opposed to current steroid treatments on the market.
Arthritis symptoms: Add five foods to your diet to slash joint pain
Arthritis pain affects about 10 million people in the UK. Symptoms — including joint pain and inflammation — could be reduced by adding these five foods to your diet.
Patient blood samples reveal biomarkers for dementia risk
It may be possible to predict risk for dementia based on biomarkers in blood samples, according to a new study by researchers in Texas, the US.
Lassa fever: The killer disease with no vaccine
Since the beginning of the year, Nigeria has been gripped by an outbreak of a deadly disease.
New PET scan imaging agent detects prostate cancer recurrence earlier
A new imaging agent that targets copper accumulation in tumors can detect prostate cancer recurrence in patients earlier than current standard methods, researchers in Italy reported.
Close relationships in midlife tied to lower mortality for child abuse survivors
Child abuse survivors may be less likely to die prematurely when they develop supportive relationships by middle age, a US study suggested.
Healthy foods don't cancel out harm of high salt intake: Experts
An otherwise healthy diet isn't going to offset damage to your heart from too much salt, a new study suggested.
New ways to accelerate skin growth for burn wounds
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