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Tooth loss linked to increased risk of dementia

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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Pelvic fractures increase risk of dying in older people

Older people have an increased risk of dying in the first eight months after a pelvic fracture, new study results suggest.

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Parenthood may help stave off death in older age

Parenthood is associated with a longer life than being childless, particularly in old age, say Swedish researchers.

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Autoimmune disease could be linked to increased risk of dementia

Autoimmune disease could be linked to a heightened risk of dementia, say researchers from the University of Oxford.

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Early warning signs of heart attacks 'being missed'

Symptoms may have been missed in up to one in six patients who died of a heart attack in hospital in England, new study results suggest.

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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 adherence to medication used to treat the condition, new study results suggest.

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

Palliative and end of life care should be top priorities for future research, a new study suggests.

Flu drugs taken during pregnancy do not pose increased risk to newborns

There is no evidence to suggest an increased risk to newborns whose mothers take drugs to...

Strong evidence to support association between obesity and certain types of cancer

A large review lead by researchers at Imperial College London has discovered ‘strong...

Study suggests clever teenagers more likely to drink alcohol and use cannabis

Brainy teenagers are more likely to drink alcohol and use cannabis than their less...

Get your ‘five a day’ to reduce dementia risk

Having at least three servings of vegetables and two servings of fruit a day could help...

Childhood behavioural difficulties linked to exposure to insecticides

Exposure to a particular group of synthetic chemicals may be linked to behavioural...

Education does not protect against age-related memory problems

While older people with a higher level of education have better memory function, this does...

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