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21/02/2019 - Health spending outstripping economic growth
The World Health Organisation has welcomed news that, globally, spending on health care is outstripping economic growth. More

08/02/2019 - Women researchers fight odds to highlight sex differences
Only a minority of biomedical studies provide an analysis by sex – and often this is only because there are women researchers involved, researchers report today. More

06/02/2019 - Chronic disease link to inactivity
Physical inactivity may be creating a further, avoidable health risk for people living with chronic disease, British experts have warned. More

01/02/2019 - More than 4 million post-surgical deaths globally
More people across the world die within 30 days of surgery than from HIV, tuberculosis and malaria combined, UK research has revealed. More

09/01/2019 - How social media affects perceived health
Over-use of social media can lead to people believing their health has deteriorated – compared with others, according to a new analysis. More

07/12/2018 - Robots will free surgeons from routine ops, says commission
In an age of robot assisted surgery, surgeons will no longer need to undertake many common procedures, the Royal College of Surgeons of England says today. More

30/11/2018 - Europeans vulnerable to extreme heat - report
Elderly people in Europe and the East Mediterranean are especially vulnerable to extremes of heat brought on by climate change, a report has warned. More

29/11/2018 - Chance discovery could revolutionise platelet donations
Scientists have successfully grown platelets from stem cells derived from adipose tissue, it has been announced. More

29/11/2018 - AI devices need regulation - scientists
The UK needs new procedures to regulate artificial intelligence and other digital health devices, senior researchers warn today. More

28/11/2018 - Endurance best to combat ageing
Endurance sports may be more beneficial for healthy ageing than resistance training, researchers report today. More

08/11/2018 - Doctors to be "obsolete"?
Doctors “as we know them” will eventually become obsolete because of artificial intelligence, an expert claims today. More

17/10/2018 - Future global health predicted
Several countries could experience lower life expectancy in 2040 than today, according to a new global analysis published today. More

25/09/2018 - Glasgow unveils tricorder project
British researchers claim to have made significant steps towards developing Star Trek-style tricorders for doctors. More

11/09/2018 - How ageing is affecting nation’s health
Dementia is likely to be the leading cause of death for both sexes in England within two years as the population ages, according to a major report on the nation’s health published today. More

04/09/2018 - Malaria parasite secret revealed
British scientists are studying a newly-found regulator protein that acts as the “master switch” in the malaria parasite, it was announced last night. More

09/08/2018 - Cell Atlas will transform research
A major UK project will create an Atlas of human cells, it was announced today. More

30/07/2018 - Doctors take a stand on climate change
A major GP organisation is to cease investing in fossil fuel companies because of climate change’s adverse effects on people’s health and wellbeing. More

17/07/2018 - Bowel screening may reveal other diseases
The UK screening programme for bowel cancer may be identifying people at risk from a range of other diseases, researchers say today. More

13/07/2018 - Heatwave horsefly risk warning
High levels of horseflies amid the human population could test the limits of antibiotics, campaigners warn today. More

12/07/2018 - Wiltshire public warned to avoid litter
A large area of Wiltshire is going to remain at risk for weeks because of the growing mystery about the extent of contamination from a Russian nerve agent, public health officials have warned. More

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