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Wednesday, 22 March 2017
New Alzheimer's test can predict age when disease will appear
Carbon fibre: the wonder material with a dirty secret
Sea otters ahead of dolphins in using tools
Using the pill can protect women from certain cancers 'for up to 30 years'
Contraceptive pill 'protects from some types of cancer for up to 30 YEARS'
Weekend emergency surgery 'not more risky'
If you think dating is hard, try being a female comedian
‘Boom - it will DROP’ Earthquake could cause California to PLUNGE INSTANTLY, study finds
Coal in 'freefall' as new power plants dive by two-thirds
Womb cancer risk grows with extra waist weight, study suggests
World Water Day: one in four children will live with water scarcity by 2040
Women who have THIS could have increased risk of getting womb cancer
Alzheimer’s breakthrough: New test gives early warning about disease
Businesses 'face scrap for foreign staff' as immigration rules tighten
Weekend emergency surgery 'has NO impact on patient's survival chances'
Contraceptive pill protects women against cancer for 35 years, major study suggests
Treaty slows global tobacco use by 2.5%: WHO
Aspirin taken to thin the blood to prevent strokes 'can double risk of suffering a heart attack'
How live-in couples worry more about their partner's commitment: Level of doubt and mistrust is 2.5 times higher than those who are married
Women who take the contraceptive pill are ‘a third less likely’ to develop these cancers
Taking fish oil supplements during pregnancy WON’T make your kids smarter, study finds
Not to be sniffed at - losing sense of smell predicts early death
Contraceptive pill can slash the risk of ovarian, womb and bowel cancer for up to 35 YEARS after a woman stops taking it
Ancient quakes may point to sinking risk for part of California coast
From curing pain to reducing stress and wrinkles… 20 ways sex is good for your health
Independence referendum threat 'headwind' for Scottish firms
People who lose their sense of smell are more likely to die within ten years, say scientists — and phenomenon is not linked to dementia
Meet David Attenborough’s 90th birthday present: 430 million-year-old crustacean is named in his honour
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