Health Headlines: White coat syndrome, lung cancer, and maternity advice

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White coat syndrome – BBC
More than a third of difficult-to-treat hypertension cases may be caused by the patient's nervous response to being seen by a doctor, a study has found.
Doctors cause a third of stubborn high BP

Lung Cancer – The Daily Telegraph
An experimental drug could offer hope to lung cancer patients no longer responding to chemotherapy, say researchers.
New drug hope for lung cancer sufferers

Maternity – BBC
Two in five new mothers receive advice from friends and family that could harm their baby, a survey reveals.
Netmums survey: many mums given risky parenting advice

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