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08/04/2010Maternal alcohol consumption linked to epilepsy risk
Women who continue to drink alcohol during pregnancy could be increasing their baby's risk of developing epilepsy, according to a new study. Research carried out by neuroscientists at Queen's University in...
07/04/2010Britain's drinking culture taking its toll on long-term health
The rate of hospital admissions for alcohol related medical problems has increased substantially over the last five years, new figures from the Department of Health show. Despite national drink awareness...
07/04/2010Older Brits developing malignant melanoma
People in their 60s and 70s are now over five times more likely to be diagnosed with malignant melanoma than their parents would have been 30 years ago. New statistics from Cancer Research UK reveal that of...
06/04/2010Lifestyle key to dementia prevention
Leading a healthy lifestyle in middle age could help protect against the onset of dementia in later life, new research from the University of Edinburgh has found. A study published in the BMJ Clinical...
01/04/2010NHS nurses feel under trained
Almost a third of nursing staff have been unable to access mandatory training in key areas such as infection control, research shows. A survey conducted by the Royal College of Nursing found that only half of...
01/04/2010Modern imaging technology linked to shorter hospital stays
The use of advanced imaging techniques such as computed tomography (CT) scans and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) may reduce a patient's time in hospital, according to a new report. Research published in...
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