News archive from 7 May 2012, page 18

Collapses like Muamba's are rare

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Heart risk 'rises after bereavement'

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Heart attack prediction test? Not yet

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WARRINGTON 24 - SALFORD 20: WOLVES' PAY OFF

WARRINGTON 24 - SALFORD 20: WOLVES' PAY OFF

TONY SMITH breathed a sigh of relief after his selection gamble narrowly paid off. The Warrington coach rested four key players ahead of next week's Challenge Cup trip to Catalan. He also had five others out injured and strugglers Salford almost made...

Daily Star, 02:13 in Sport
 
LONDON BRONCOS 22 - BRADFORD BULLS 29: MICHAEL PLATT DISPLAY IS FOUR-SOME

LONDON BRONCOS 22 - BRADFORD BULLS 29: MICHAEL PLATT DISPLAY IS FOUR-SOME

MICHAEL PLATT scored four tries as Bulls staged a stunning fightback. Centre Platt struck twice in each half as the Bulls stormed back after trailing 16-0. London grabbed three tries before Bradford even got started. Michael Robertson got the ball...

Daily Star, 02:13 in Sport
 

Weekend hospital mortality warning

A new study has found that “patients are more likely to die in hospital if they are admitted at the weekend”, according to BBC News. The broadcaster said the research backs up previous studies suggesting patients admitted to hospital at the weekend...

 

'Depression blood test' still experimental

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'Depression blood test' still experimental

Today the Metro has boldly claimed that a “blood test diagnoses depressed teenagers”, while the Daily Mail says that a new blood test “is first to diagnose depression in teenagers”. Currently, depression is diagnosed by a doctor using validated...

 
BAN DAVID HAYE-DERECK CHISORA CLASH BLASTS BARRY HEARN

BAN DAVID HAYE-DERECK CHISORA CLASH BLASTS BARRY HEARN

BARRY HEARN has called on boxing authorities to block any attempts to stage a fight between David Haye and Dereck Chisora in England. Hearn wants the British Boxing Board of Control to prevent the fighters from facing each other in the ring after...

Daily Star, 02:16 in Sport
 
Relegation and riot police overshadow Lukas Podolski's Cologne finale

Relegation and riot police overshadow Lukas Podolski's Cologne finale

The club's fans reacted to relegation from the Bundesliga following a 4-1 home defeat to Bayern Munich by throwing smoke bombs and flares which left a thick black cloud of smoke hanging over the pitch.As well as footballing reasons, Podolski cited a...

Metro, 02:16 in Sport
 

Weekend hospital mortality warning

A new study has found that “patients are more likely to die in hospital if they are admitted at the weekend”, according to BBC News. The broadcaster said the research backs up previous studies suggesting patients admitted to hospital at the weekend...

 

Device 'could repair nerve damage'

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Device 'could repair nerve damage'

Tiny computer-generated implants “can help restore feeling in severely injured limbs”, according to the Daily Mail. The news is based on tests of a type of tiny scaffold designed to help nerves in the limbs reconnect after they have been damaged. The...

 

Malaria deaths 'underestimated'

“Malaria deaths twice as high as was thought,” The Independent has reported today. Many newspapers have covered research that found that malaria claimed 1.2 million lives worldwide in 2010. The Guardian also reveals that the study “demolishes...

 

Home births 'are cost-effective'

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