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Exposure to traffic noise linked to higher dementia risk

Reducing noise is a public health priority, say experts ...
Sep 13

Human health may be at risk from long-term exposure to air pollution

Growing evidence that current pollution standards are insufficient and need to be revised, suggests the study ...
Sep 09

Insufficient evidence that AI breast cancer screening is accurate enough to replace human scrutiny

Better evidence needed before considering the future integration of AI into breast cancer screening programmes, say experts ...
Sep 09

Investigation finds nearly half of drugs granted FDA ‘fast track’ approval lack proven clinical benefit

Process plagued by missing efficacy data and questionable evidence with standards of evidence being too low ...
Aug 02

People with learning disabilities “extremely vulnerable” to the effects of covid-19

They must be prioritised and protected, say researchers ...
Jul 17

Muscle relaxants largely ineffective for low back pain

And might increase the risk of side effects ...
Jul 15

Expand the UK’s covid-19 symptom list to prevent cases being missed, say experts

Official signs of fever, cough, and loss of smell or taste too narrow to spot milder cases ...
Jul 05

Diet rich in omega 3 fatty acids may help reduce headaches

The trial provides “grounds for optimism” for many people with persistent headaches and those who care for them ...
Jul 03

Study finds “serious problems with privacy” in mobile health apps

Patients should be informed about potential privacy risks before installation and use ...
Jun 23

Delaying second covid vaccine dose may prevent deaths under certain conditions

Delay strategy, at least for people under 65, could reduce deaths by up to 20%, say, researchers ...
May 15

ICU admission linked to increased risk of future suicide and self-harm

Overall risk still very low, but findings could help identify those at greatest risk ...
May 07

Study Shows: Physical inactivity linked to more severe COVID-19 infection and death

Surpassed only by advanced age and organ transplant as a risk factor, large study shows ...
Apr 20

Efforts to stop spread of covid-19 should focus on preventing airborne transmission

Experts say that the covid-19 pandemic has helped to redefine airborne transmission of viruses...
Apr 17

Regular breast checks by trained health workers linked to fewer breast cancer deaths in India

Regular clinical breast examination should be considered in low and middle-income countries, say, researchers ...
Mar 03

‘Night owls’ may be twice as likely as morning ‘larks’ to underperform at work

Evening chronotype also linked to heightened risk of early retirement due to disability ...
Feb 24

Impact of covid-19 in Africa “vastly underestimated” warn researchers

Study from Zambia shows many more deaths than official reports suggest ...
Feb 18

Should we criminalise those who spread misinformation about vaccines?

A recent UK study found that users who relied on social media for their information, particularly YouTube, were significantly less willing to be vaccinated...
Feb 18

Drinking, smoking, and drug use linked to premature heart disease in the young

Those who regularly use 4 or more substances 9 times as likely to be affected ...
Feb 17

No links between painkillers or certain antibiotics in pregnancy and major birth defects

Findings provide reassurance for women, say researchers ...
Feb 13

Preventive blood thinning drugs linked to reduced risk of death in covid-19 patients

Strong evidence that prompt anti-clotting therapy may prevent deaths in hospital patients ...
Feb 13

Prolonged high dose use of hormone drug linked to increased brain tumour risk in women

Patients should be better informed about the risks and carefully monitored, say researchers ...
Feb 10

Fried food intake linked to heightened serious heart disease and stroke risk

Risk rises with each additional weekly 114 g serving, pooled data analysis shows ...
Jan 19

Short term low carbohydrate diet linked to remission of type 2 diabetes

But further trials are needed to determine longer term effects, say researchers ...
Jan 18

Inflammatory compounds found in cooked meat linked to childhood wheeze: Study found

AGEs are by-products of high temperature cooking, such as grilling, frying, or roasting ...
Dec 23

Much of the world may not have access to a covid-19 vaccine until 2022

Vaccines will be as challenging to deliver as they were to develop, warn experts ...
Dec 16

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