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A cancer cell: But the number of people dying from three of the main types of the disease looks set to plummet by 2020

Cancer survival rate likely to rise

The amount of people dying from breast, prostate and bowel cancer will nearly halve by the end of the decade, latest statistics suggest.

Asthma: need not be a barrier for foreign travel

Study offers new asthma drug hope

Immune system agents which are best known for removing cancer cells could play a key role in asthma, according to new research.

Vitamin D could reduce women's chances of developing breast cancer, an expert claims

Daily vit-D to combat breast cancer

Every woman over the age of 20 should take Vitamin D daily to lessen their risks of developing breast cancer, a health expert has claimed.

Enjoying the holiday sunshine: Alzheimer's disease need not be a barrier to travel breaks

Alzheimer's link to head injuries

Regular head injuries have been linked to Alzheimer's disease, according to new research.

Eating plenty of fruit may cut the chances of complications in pregnancy

Fruit cuts pregnancy complications

Eating plenty of fruit before and during pregnancy could help cut women's risk of suffering complications, new research suggests.

Scientists have discovered a rogue gene which could be a direct cause of severe asthma in young children

Rogue gene linked to child asthma

Scientists in the United States have discovered a rogue gene which could be a direct cause of severe asthma in young children.

Asthma may increase the time it takes for a woman to get pregnant, scientists say

Asthma 'may cause pregnancy delay'

Women with asthma may find it takes longer to fall pregnant, new research suggests.

Asthma sufferers are a third more likely to be allergic to cats than non-sufferers, research shows

Travel warning over asthma and cats

Asthma sufferers have been warned to prepare for travelling to see relatives over Christmas after researchers found they are more likely to suffer an allergy to cats than those without the condition.

Sixteen per cent of Britain's 10 million pensioners have hidden an ailment from their loves ones

Many pensioners 'conceal' illnesses

No fewer than one in six of the UK's over-65s is concealing a serious injury, illness or accident from friends or family, research has suggested.

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