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23/06/2015 - Climate challenge could boost world health
A world worried about climate change would improve its health, according to a major study today. More

19/06/2015 - Puberty age link to health
People who undergo puberty early or late may face a range of health problems later in life, according to a major British study. More

11/06/2015 - Call for blood donors
The world needs to step up efforts to recruit voluntary blood donors to help tackle problems such as maternal deaths, according to health officials. More

09/06/2015 - Verdi good for the heart?
The Italian composer Verdi may hold the key to heart health, researchers reveal today. More

09/06/2015 - More people living with ill health
One third of people across the world suffered from at least five ailments during 2013, according to a major new study published yesterday. More

04/06/2015 - Ubble trouble for some from death forecast
A new risk of death prediction system for middle-aged people has 80% accuracy, researchers reported today. More

01/06/2015 - Bubble drugs could revolutionise care
Ultrasound and micro-bubbles could be the answer to improving the effectiveness of many drugs, according to a prize-winning British engineer. More

26/05/2015 - Noise may trigger waist expansion
People who live with high levels of traffic noise face an increased risk of carrying a "spare tyre" through having surplus fat around the waist, researchers warn today. More

21/05/2015 - Cold weather kills more people than heatwaves
More people are killed during times of cold weather than during heatwaves, an international study revealed today. More

13/05/2015 - Drive to eliminate pointless treatments
A new campaign to encourage the public to support doctors in not offering ineffective treatments is being launched in the UK, it was announced today. More

11/05/2015 - People and places are not diseases - WHO
German measles, swine flu and Middle East respiratory virus are all disease names that should not be used, the World Health Organisation has decreed. More

01/05/2015 - Centenarians do not smoke
A classic joke refers to a smoking and drinking centenarian - but a new study in Sweden has found that most long-living people do not use tobacco. More

30/04/2015 - People will live longer than official predictions
People will live longer than the current official estimates predict and regional inequalities will continue to rise steadily, researchers claim today. More

30/04/2015 - Challenging work can prevent brain ageing
The type of work you do in your career may have a greater impact on your brain health in old age than your level of education, a new study reveals. More

27/04/2015 - World needs more surgery - analysis
Millions of people are dying world-wide because they do not have access to basic surgical procedures, according to an analysis today. More

23/04/2015 - Gene clue to mosquito pull
Some people may be more attractive to mosquitoes than others - because of their genes, researchers reported last night. More

21/04/2015 - WHO plans global emergency force
The World Health Organisation is to take new steps to be ready for epidemics of new diseases, it announced yesterday. More

20/04/2015 - Parkinson's patients face unkindness
A senior neurologist has called for "simple kindness and old-fashioned manners" after a survey revealed the frequent rudeness experienced by people with Parkinson's disease in public. More

17/04/2015 - Wind instruments boost sleep quality
Playing a wind instrument could help to reduce the risk of developing the serious breathing problems in sleep, researchers have reported. More

16/04/2015 - How bad sleep harms the brain
Children with sleeping problems suffer from loss of memory, researchers warned today. More

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