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26/01/2017 - Briton in line for WHO job
A British doctor has been short-listed for the job of director general of the World Health Organisation, it was announced yesterday. More

11/01/2017 - New call to curb tobacco use
There are significant health and financial benefits from improved tobacco control policies, according to a major new report. More

06/01/2017 - Genetics’ role in immunity highlighted
Human immune systems are largely shaped by genetics - and very individualised, according to the findings of a major project unveiled yesterday. More

04/01/2017 - Cobweb healing power harnessed
British researchers have unveiled an antibiotic spider silk - expected to provide dressings as well as other medical functions. More

03/01/2017 - Risk of friendly microbes
Strategies that aim to combat microbes with "more friendly" strains are highly risky, British researchers have warned. More

14/12/2016 - Phone game benefits faded after six weeks
The hit mobile phone game Pokemon GO was praised for increasing physical activity among users - but this may have only lasted six weeks, according to a new analysis. More

13/12/2016 - Malaria progress in Africa - and more to do
African countries have made huge progress in ensuring children and pregnant women are protected against malaria - but substantial gaps remain, according to the annual global report on the topic today. More

05/12/2016 - Freeze-dried artificial blood unveiled
New artificial red blood cells can be freeze-dried and reconstituted with water, it has been announced. More

25/11/2016 - How blood ages
Infusing "old" blood into a young animal can have negative effects, according to researchers investigating the ageing process in blood. More

18/11/2016 - Students seek selfless careers
Teenagers and students may be branded as the "selfie" generation - but in fact are motivated to pursue selfless careers, according to a survey published today. More

17/11/2016 - Physiotherapy no help for ankle sprain
Physiotherapy does not help improve recovery from ankle sprains, according to the findings of a major study reported today. More

14/10/2016 - WHO candidates reveal priorities
The six candidates vying to become the next Director-General of the World Health Organisation have set out their visions for the future in a special report in The Lancet. More

10/10/2016 - Protein may be key to ageing
British researchers say they have found an "ageing" protein within mitochondrial cells. More

07/10/2016 - Boost for human health
Life expectancy is rising sharply globally, largely because of reductions in deaths from infection, according to a major analysis of world health published today. More

29/09/2016 - Astronaut talks about extreme medicine
An astronaut on the International Space Station has spoken of how it is contributing to the development of "extreme medicine." More

27/09/2016 - WHO map reveals extent of global air pollution
Almost all of the world's population lives in areas where air quality exceeds limits set by the World Health Organization (WHO), a new report by the global body out today (27 September, 2016) has revealed. More

15/09/2016 - Prognosis for dying hard for doctors - study
Doctors struggle to give dying patients an accurate estimate of how long they have to live, according to a study published yesterday. More

25/08/2016 - Arab Spring countries facing reduced life expectancy
The so-called Arab Spring of 2010 has led to reduced life expectancy in most of the countries where uprisings took place, according to a study published today. More

16/08/2016 - Bacteria adapted as 'nanorobots'
Researchers have announced the successful development of "nanorobots" able to deliver drugs to cancerous cells. More

16/08/2016 - Body clock clue to infection protection
The body clock may play a key role in determining susceptibility to viral infection, researchers reported last night. More

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