"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
'Rising antidepressant prescriptions could be contributing to increasing obesity levels' is the headline from The Independent
'Some antidepressants and bladder medicines could be linked to dementia' BBC News reports
'Exercising and keeping active can slash the risk of depression by a third, research claims' The Sun reports
"Type 2 diabetes drug could be used to treat nicotine withdrawal for people trying to quit smoking," reports the Mail Online.
'Calls to rein in antibiotic use after study shows 65% increase worldwide' The Guardian reports
"A new drug for multiple sclerosis could slow the progression of symptoms of a form of the disease for which effective treatments have proved elusive" The Guardian reports