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Older people who have less teeth have an increased risk of developing dementia, new study results suggest.

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Nurse-led care model improves uptake of type 2 diabetes treatment

A care model led by practice nurses improves the uptake of insulin treatment among patients with type 2 diabetes, say researchers in Australia.

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Physical activity in children starts to decrease by age seven

Physical activity levels may start to tail off as young as seven, rather than during adolescence as is widely thought, say UK researchers.

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Autoimmune disease could be linked to increased risk of dementia

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Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed'...

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Nurse-led intervention improves adherence to HIV treatment

A nurse-led self-management programme for people with HIV can significantly improve...

Patients with cancer want more research into palliative and end of life care

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