"Daily dose of aspirin 'not worth risk' as study warns of bleeding side-effects," The Daily Telegraph reports
'Hormone replacement therapy tablets are associated with a higher risk of rare but serious blood clots, research has suggested' The Guardian reports
"Peanut allergy treatment 'in sight'," reports BBC News, on a new study investigating the effectiveness of a new drug to reduce the symptoms seen in people with severe peanut allergies.
'Blood pressure pills taken by millions of patients could raise the risk of lung cancer by almost a third, according to new research' The Daily Telegraph reports
'Antidepressant withdrawal 'hits millions'' BBC News reports
'More than a million over-65s may suffer dangerous side-effects because they are taking herbal remedies and dietary supplements alongside drugs prescribed by their GP' the Mail Online reports
"HIV vaccine human trials leave scientists 'cautiously pleased'," The Independent reports, following the results of a new clinical trial that tested a HIV vaccine in both humans and monkeys.
"New blood-thinning drugs [anticoagulants] 'could be far safer than the commonly-prescribed warfarin'," reports the Mail Online.
'Could your medications be making you depressed?' asks the BBC News website