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As Britain’s population gets older, research into ageing is becoming increasingly important

As Britain’s population gets older, research into ageing is becoming increasingly important

Enbrel therapy allowed more rheumatoid arthritis patients to achieve clinical remission

Enbrel therapy allowed more rheumatoid arthritis patients to achieve clinical remission

Evidence of a fall in the incidence and severity of stroke

Evidence of a fall in the incidence and severity of stroke

Improved treatment and management of risk factors have reduced strokes by 40% in a region of the UK over the past 20 years

Improved treatment and management of risk factors have reduced strokes by 40% in a region of the UK over the past 20 years

Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis patients to rally in Washington

Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis patients to rally in Washington

Joint framework for partnership action on disability

Joint framework for partnership action on disability

New UK government plan aims at helping disabled people

New UK government plan aims at helping disabled people

£20 million funding for stem cell research in the UK

£20 million funding for stem cell research in the UK

Over one-third of British population cannot name a famous disabled person

Over one-third of British population cannot name a famous disabled person

HHS identifies States for Medicare demonstration of new, less restrictive homebound definition

HHS identifies States for Medicare demonstration of new, less restrictive homebound definition

Treatment with atorvastatin cut incidence of stroke by almost a half

Treatment with atorvastatin cut incidence of stroke by almost a half

Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have a reasonable chance to regain their health

Smokers who quit before the age of 35 have a reasonable chance to regain their health

Innovative type of brain scan can determine where blockages of blood to the brain lie

Innovative type of brain scan can determine where blockages of blood to the brain lie

Health surveys find mental disorders highly prevalent and often untreated

Health surveys find mental disorders highly prevalent and often untreated

WHO launches this year's campaign for World No Tobacco Day

WHO launches this year's campaign for World No Tobacco Day

New assistance grants to help people with disabilities

New assistance grants to help people with disabilities

Bird flu vaccine

Bird flu vaccine

Researchers identify molecules that underlie nerve fiber degeneration in multiple sclerosis patients

Researchers identify molecules that underlie nerve fiber degeneration in multiple sclerosis patients

Inadequate hospital staffing affecting death rates in the birthing unit

Inadequate hospital staffing affecting death rates in the birthing unit

₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research

₤16.5 million investment in stem cell research