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21/08/2009 - Swine flu deaths rise as new countries are hit
The number of deaths of swine flu patients continues to rise - even though the spread of the disease has slowed in many countries, it was reported yesterday. More

07/08/2009 - Flu rates fall
The school holidays may have led to a marked slowing down of the spread of swine flu in Britain, according to the latest estimates. More

31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

28/07/2009 - Dairy not so bad - new findings
For decades diets high in milk and cheese have been castigated as 'unhealthy' - but new findings today cast doubt on this. More

24/07/2009 - Swine flu rates double
The number of people falling ill from swine flu may have doubled in England in the last week, according to the latest figures. More

24/07/2009 - Cataracts may be linked to blood pressure drugs
Some blood pressure lowering treatments may be linked to an increased risk of develop cataracts in the eyes, researchers warned today. More

20/07/2009 - Flu scare over pregnancy
Pregnant women were identified as amongst those most at risk from swine flu over the weekend following another death. More

17/07/2009 - Flu deaths rise as Britain moves to self-diagnosis
The number of deaths from swine flu recorded in Britain has nearly doubled in the last week - and deaths are rising in other countries too, according to figures published yesterday. More

07/07/2009 - Mole genes found
Australian researchers have found two genes linked to the development of moles on the skin - and to the deadliest form of skin cancer. More

06/07/2009 - AML antibody treatment on trial
Researchers are testing a new antibody treatment for a hard-to-treat form of leukaemia in the hope of finding a radical new therapy, researchers have reported. More

03/07/2009 - Flu strategy switched
Britain dramatically switched its approach to swine flu yesterday - ceasing efforts to contain the epidemic. More

29/06/2009 - Britain's second swine flu death
An elderly man has become Britain's second patient to die from swine flu, it was reported yesterday. More

24/06/2009 - Osteoporosis drug monitoring 'unnecessary'
Monitoring women on anti-osteoporosis treatment is a waste of resources, experts say today. More

11/06/2009 - Flu pandemic nears
Swine flu may soon be declared a global pandemic as it takes hold in the southern hemisphere, it was reported yesterday. More

03/06/2009 - Swine flu grips south
Swine flu is getting a grip on the southern hemisphere as it heads into winter, according to the latest figures. More

02/06/2009 - Tai Chi may relieve pain
The Chinese art of Tai Chi can improve the lives of people with arthritis, researchers reported last night. More

11/05/2009 - Swine flu spread speeds
The spread of swine flu seemed to accelerate over the weekend as the number of confirmed cases doubled. More

06/05/2009 - Complacency warning as swine flu spread slows
The global total of swine flu cases increased dramatically yesterday - but just one new case was confirmed in Britain. More

01/05/2009 - Hundreds in flu testing
Hundreds of tests were under way world-wide last night to establish if travellers from Mexico have passed on the swine flu virus. More

30/04/2009 - Swine flu alerts raised as spread continues
Official concern about swine flu reached a new level last night as infections spread across Europe. More

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