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Research revealing early changes at epigenetic level points to possible new prevention strategies for ovarian cancer

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The discovery of early changes in the cells of the Fallopian tubes of women carrying the BRCA genetic mutation could open the way for new preventative strategies for ovarian cancer, reducing the need for invasive surgery, according to research published today in science journal Nature Communications.

Teenage pregnancies hit record low, reflecting efforts of England’s strategy to reduce under-18 conceptions

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Rates of teenage pregnancy in England have halved since the implementation of the Government’s Teenage Pregnancy Strategy (TPS) in 1999, and the greatest effect is seen in areas of high deprivation and areas that received the most TPS funding, according to research published in The Lancet.

Junk food causes similar high blood sugar levels as type 2 diabetes

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A junk food diet can cause as much damage to the kidney as diabetes, according to a new study published in the journal Experimental Physiology.

Study points to failures in heart attack care in England and Wales

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Around 33,000 deaths could have been avoided if heart attack aftercare guidelines outlining when to give treatment were followed, according to a study funded by the British Heart Foundation (BHF) looking at the frequency of missed opportunities to treat people after a heart attack.

Is hair the root to understanding our stress levels?

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Women with lower incomes have higher concentrations of the stress hormone cortisol in their hair, according to a new study from UCL.

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