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Exercise can help brain healing process

Exercise can help brain healing process

AMA campaign to stop parents smoking near babies and children

AMA campaign to stop parents smoking near babies and children

Reliability of medical research in Britain today questioned by the general public

Reliability of medical research in Britain today questioned by the general public

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

Study may help oncologists tailor chemotherapy to patients based on their genetic make-up

Study may help oncologists tailor chemotherapy to patients based on their genetic make-up

New study aimed at improving medical services for the one million people in the UK with heart failure

New study aimed at improving medical services for the one million people in the UK with heart failure

Schizophrenics who fail to take their medicines are over one-and-a-half times as likely to be rehospitalised

Schizophrenics who fail to take their medicines are over one-and-a-half times as likely to be rehospitalised

Mixed attitudes among staff towards smoking in large psychiatric hospital

Mixed attitudes among staff towards smoking in large psychiatric hospital

FDA clears first computer-aided device to assist in the detection of heart murmurs

FDA clears first computer-aided device to assist in the detection of heart murmurs

Radiological imaging system that will give medics a clearer view inside the human body

Radiological imaging system that will give medics a clearer view inside the human body

Students win awards for research into liver disease, cancer and insomnia

Students win awards for research into liver disease, cancer and insomnia

Prescribing ACE inhibitors to in-patients is important, but outpatients need ongoing support

Prescribing ACE inhibitors to in-patients is important, but outpatients need ongoing support

FDA revises guidance on reprocessing of single-use devices

FDA revises guidance on reprocessing of single-use devices

Marijuana use does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer

Marijuana use does not appear to be associated with an increased risk of developing oral cancer

West Nile set to explode in summer 2004

West Nile set to explode in summer 2004

Yo-yo dieting may have a lasting negative impact on immune function

Yo-yo dieting may have a lasting negative impact on immune function

Being tired can be as bad as being drunk when driving

Being tired can be as bad as being drunk when driving

Vermont announces free or discounted nicotine patches and gum

Vermont announces free or discounted nicotine patches and gum

New monitor can reduce patients experiencing awareness during an operation by more than 80%

New monitor can reduce patients experiencing awareness during an operation by more than 80%

Women who regularly take aspirin at lower risk of breast cancer

Women who regularly take aspirin at lower risk of breast cancer