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09/10/2014 - Doctors call for urgent Ebola action
Doctors at a world summit have called for urgent global action to tackle the Ebola virus threat. More

06/10/2014 - Height genes in the hundreds
British researchers have helped to identify nearly 700 genetic variants linked to human height, it was announced last night. More

03/10/2014 - Millions pledged to tackle Ebola
Governments pledged tens of millions of pounds and dozens of workers to help tackle the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone yesterday - amid new reports of health services in disarray. More

01/10/2014 - Lifestyle that protects pregnancy from diabetes
Following a low risk lifestyle could dramatically cut the risk of developing a type of diabetes linked to pregnancy, researchers say today. More

29/09/2014 - Blood transfusion hope for Ebola care
Blood plasma treatments may have a key role in helping to tackle the Ebola virus epidemic in Africa, the World Health Organisation has said. More

19/09/2014 - How Angelina may have saved lives
Actress Angelina Jolie inspired hundreds of women to take action to protect themselves against breast cancer, according to a new study. More

18/09/2014 - Berry to boost cancer care?
A berry found in North America could improve the effectiveness of cancer treatments, British researchers reveal today. More

15/09/2014 - Blood pressure drug for low-risk people ‘unnecessary’
Lowering the drug threshold for high blood pressure treatment has exposed millions of low-risk people to drugs that may not benefit them and expose health systems to huge costs, a US expert claims today. More

15/09/2014 - Prostate cancer gene test closer
A breakthrough in genetic understanding of prostate cancer is set to identify men at high risk of contracting the disease, British researchers revealed last night. More

08/09/2014 - New hope for Ebola vaccines and drugs
A range of drugs and vaccines are being studied to tackle the Ebola virus epidemic, experts have revealed. More

22/08/2014 - Serum doctor claims miracle recovery
A doctor has claimed a "miraculous" recovery after surviving the Ebola virus and taking an experiment serum. More

19/08/2014 - Friendliness good for heart - study
Living in a friendly neighbourhood may have massive benefits for helping to prevent heart attacks, researchers say today. More

13/08/2014 - Dangers of too much exercise
Over-exercising may be risky for heart attack survivors, researchers warned today. More

08/08/2014 - Sleep problem for space-flight
Astronauts struggle to get enough sleep - even when special sleep stations have been created, researchers warn today. More

05/08/2014 - Apps that boost healthy eating
Crowd-sourcing apps on mobile phones could help encourage healthy eating, researchers say today. More

31/07/2014 - Doctor-patient gap over health scares
Health professionals and the public have very different views of the major health scares of the age, according to a study published today. More

30/07/2014 - Five-a-day 'enough
The UK government's five a day target for fruit and vegetables has sometimes been controversial - but a major new study today says it is right on target. More

29/07/2014 - Five minute work-out that may save lives
A daily jog of just five minutes can do wonders for the health of the heart and the circulation, researchers said last night. More

25/07/2014 - Fertility treatments bad for global warming - claim
A crackdown on fertility treatment would help cut population size and tackle global warming, an expert claims today. More

22/07/2014 - Global progress against common diseases - report
A major international 21st century drive against three common diseases has been highly effective - but the world is a long way short of eliminating HIV, TB and malaria, researchers say today. More

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