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Health News eMedical provides you with the latest health news. Here you will find our latest health stories and feature articles.

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  • Organic benefits questioned (8/08/2014)

    Organic food is no healthier than ordinary food with no nutritional difference, a British review has found.

  • Candle warning (11/02/2013)

    Candles may be romantic but they could also be damaging to health, according to US scientists.

  • Juggling improves brain wiring (12/05/2011)

    Juggling and other complex tasks can produce significant changes to the structure of the brain, say British scientists.

  • Popular youngsters are healthy adults (10/05/2011)

    Children who impress their peers at school tend to go on to enjoy better health as adults, according to Swedish researchers.

  • Waist measurement key to health (8/05/2011)

    Apple-shaped women with a big waist have a higher risk of developing asthma - even if they have a normal body weight, according to US experts.


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  • Love Safely and Responsibly this Valentine's Day (13/02/2005)

    14th February 2005 - Valentine's Day is an internationally recognised day for romance and love. It's the day to tell your special person what they mean to you.

  • Anti-Cholesterol Drugs Blamed for Increased Inc idence of Alzheimer's Disease (23/11/2004)

    Pfizer states that there is minimal evidence that demonstrates that people using "statins" are at risk for cognitive impairment. Spontaneous reports of memory changes associated with any cholesterol-lowering treatment are rare, and only provide a possible signal of adverse events occurring in the community. While more study may be required, it is important to note that a causal relationship between Atorvastatin (Lipitor), Simvastatin (Zocor, Lipex, Simvar), Pravastatin (Pravachol) and Fluvastatin (Lescol) and cases of memory changes has not been established.

 
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