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14/01/2022 - African clue to anti-COVID gene
Swedish researchers say they have pinpointed a gene variant that protects against severe COVID infection. More

07/01/2022 - Dementia cases could triple globally by 2050
The number of adults living with dementia is expected to nearly triple by 2050, according to a new global report, published today. More

04/01/2022 - 46 mutations in new African variant
A new COVID variant, with dozens of mutations, has caused a cluster of cases in southern France after being imported from central Africa, scientists have reported. More

13/12/2021 - Pandemic alert levels raised in Omicron panic
The UK last night raised its pandemic alert levels as the number of COVID infections reached its highest point for nearly a year. More

07/12/2021 - COVID-19 pandemic leads to more malaria cases and deaths
The COVID-19 pandemic has led to a marked rise in malaria cases and deaths - but the worst-case scenario was averted, according to new findings by the World Health Organization. More

02/12/2021 - New bid to prepare world for pandemics
The world needs a proper convention on how to manage and prevent pandemics, health ministers have agreed. More

30/11/2021 - Pandemic cycle of panic and neglect - Tedros
The world is stuck in a cycle of "panic and neglect" through countries failing to work together against COVID-19, the head of the World Health Organization has warned. More

29/11/2021 - Syphilis circulating globally - new warning
Syphilis is "back" and is spreading globally, according to a major new study. More

26/11/2021 - Alarm as highly mutated nu variant emerges
The UK restricted travel to southern Africa last night after the discovery of an alarming new variant of the COVID virus. More

26/11/2021 - 73% of health workers in Africa not fully vaccinated
Only 27% of health workers in Africa have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19, analysis by the World Health Organization (WHO) shows. More

26/10/2021 - 'New guidelines needed' to prevent surgical infection
Urgent changes are needed to global guidelines for preventing wound infections following surgery, researchers say today after completing a major study. More

07/10/2021 - Malaria vaccination given green light
The world’s first vaccination programme against malaria is to be launched following the success of trials, it has been announced. More

23/09/2021 - Metformin could be a treatment for women with pre-eclampsia
Metformin shows promise as a treatment for preterm pre-eclampsia, a study reveals today. More

10/08/2021 - Call for change to neonatal sepsis guidelines
Global guidelines for treatment of neonatal sepsis should be changed to advise different antibiotics in poor countries, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

04/08/2021 - New HIV vaccine trial launched
A major study of a t-cell vaccine for HIV is under way, it has been announced. More

02/07/2021 - New warning on Africa pandemic
Africa is suffering from a “surging” third wave of the pandemic caused by several new variants, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

28/06/2021 - Booster vaccine targets rogue variant
The first vaccine specifically tailored to tackle a new variant of COVID-19 is now being tested on volunteers, it was announced last night. More

28/05/2021 - Malaria parasite gene activity mapped in unprecedented detail
A detailed atlas of the genetic changes malaria parasites go through as they prepare to infect people has been produced for the first time. More

14/05/2021 - New drug compound might stop malaria
A new compound that blocks a critical step in the malaria parasite lifecycle could be the key to a new treatment, British scientists have reported. More

23/04/2021 - New hope for malaria vaccine
A malaria vaccine has achieved 75% efficacy, offering hope of using vaccination to eliminate the disease, it was announced today. More

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