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Cholesterol-lowering statin products may be the next class of drugs to go over the counter

Cholesterol-lowering statin products may be the next class of drugs to go over the counter

$4.5 million contract to develop heart assist devices for infants

$4.5 million contract to develop heart assist devices for infants

Serious allergic reactions in cancer patients require expert intervention

Serious allergic reactions in cancer patients require expert intervention

Sprouts and broccoli may reduce risk of high blood pressure

Sprouts and broccoli may reduce risk of high blood pressure

Wyeth to appeal $1 billion awarded to the family of a woman who died after using fen-phen diet drug

Wyeth to appeal $1 billion awarded to the family of a woman who died after using fen-phen diet drug

$11 million for lung injury research

$11 million for lung injury research

BioTime awarded a research grant for blood plasma volume expander

BioTime awarded a research grant for blood plasma volume expander

Britain wheezes at bottom of European lung league

Britain wheezes at bottom of European lung league

Irish minister launches Heart Foundation´s conference on salt, functional foods and heart health

Irish minister launches Heart Foundation´s conference on salt, functional foods and heart health

Compulsory community treatment orders (CTOs) alone do not reduce admissions to psychiatric hospital

Compulsory community treatment orders (CTOs) alone do not reduce admissions to psychiatric hospital

Women who have migraines with aura have a more than 50 percent increased risk of total stroke and 70 percent increase of ischemic stroke

Women who have migraines with aura have a more than 50 percent increased risk of total stroke and 70 percent increase of ischemic stroke

Ageing population no burden to the future rich

Ageing population no burden to the future rich

UK vital ageing research

UK vital ageing research

Heart disease and stroke hit younger in developing countries

Heart disease and stroke hit younger in developing countries

New Saint Louis University research sheds light on how obesity occurs

New Saint Louis University research sheds light on how obesity occurs

Smoking tobacco with a water pipe increasingly popular among women

Smoking tobacco with a water pipe increasingly popular among women

Injections of adult stem cells could repair hearts

Injections of adult stem cells could repair hearts

UK Government ignoring scientific concerns over proposed Human Tissue Bill

UK Government ignoring scientific concerns over proposed Human Tissue Bill

Diets like Atkins could help prevent Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes and Parkinson's disease

Diets like Atkins could help prevent Alzheimer's, cancer, diabetes and Parkinson's disease

Health Canada prepares for West Nile virus

Health Canada prepares for West Nile virus