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19/03/2021 - COVID-19 vaccines may protect against variants
Existing COVID-19 vaccines are likely to protect against the Brazilian coronavirus variant, scientists at the University of Oxford, UK, have reported. More

25/02/2021 - New malaria genome data published
New genome variation data on more than 7,000 malaria parasites will help in the development of treatments, surveillance tools for malaria control and elimination, British researchers have reported. More

05/02/2021 - Gout drug aids COVID-19 patients
A cheap drug used to treat gout helps to reduce the need for oxygen therapy among the most ill COVID-19 patients, according to the results of a small clinical trial. More

20/11/2020 - Hypertension link to social isolation during lockdown
Social isolation due to COVID-19 lockdowns is associated with an increase in blood pressure, according to a new Argentine study. More

13/11/2020 - Global action call on diabetes epidemic
The world is facing an epidemic of diabetes – and could save millions of lives by effective, low-cost interventions, experts say today. More

04/08/2020 - SARS-COV-2 strains classified - and G is dominant
There are now at least six strains of the COVID-19 virus – but it remains vulnerable to vaccines, according to a major new analysis. More

13/07/2020 - Shame and sorrow as UK's clinician deaths topped only by Russia
The UK has suffered one of the highest loss rates of health and social care workers from the COVID-19 virus, according to a major global report published today. More

03/07/2020 - How the virus is becoming more infectious
The COVID-19 virus has become more infectious in the course of the pandemic – but not more lethal, according to a major new genomic analysis. More

19/05/2020 - Dairy 'lowers diabetes and high blood pressure risk'
Two daily servings of dairy products – especially full-fat ones – are linked to reduced risks of diabetes and high blood pressure, according to a major international analysis reported today. More

03/12/2019 - Historic samples reveal malaria spread
DNA from malaria parasites eradicated 75 years ago has shown how one of the most common forms of the disease spread from Europe to the Americas in the 15th century. More

05/12/2018 - Live birth from deceased donated uterus
A woman in Brazil has given birth to a live baby grown in a transplanted uterus from a deceased non-related woman, the first ever successful birth following this procedure, it was announced today. More

20/11/2018 - WHO pledge to step up malaria action as cases rise
Cases of malaria increased last year for the second time this decade, the World Health Organisation has revealed. More

24/09/2018 - Growing global alcohol consumption alarms WHO
About 5% of deaths worldwide are caused by misuse of alcohol, according to a major new report. More

12/06/2018 - WHO declares Paraguay malaria free
Paraguay is officially malaria free, the World Health Organization (WHO) has announced, making it the first country in the Americas since Cuba in 1973 to be granted the status. More

19/02/2018 - World leaders promise solutions to non-communicable disease growth
World leaders have promised “bold and innovative” solutions to tackle the growing rates of diabetes, cardiovascular disease and cancer. More

19/12/2017 - Concern as stem cell searches lead to unproven therapies
Centres offering unproven stem cell therapies are crowding internet search engines, British experts have warned. More

23/11/2017 - Algae hope for diagnostic nanobots
Remote controlled nanobots could be engineered from algae to make them biodegradeable and useful for medicine, researchers reported last night. More

10/11/2017 - Cholera map to aid prediction
Cholera has been endemic in Asia for 50 years, repeatedly crossing into Africa and Latin America, according to a major study of the disease published last night. More

01/11/2017 - HepC patients unaware of treatment possibilities - conference
Britain is lagging behind other countries in the identification of patients with hepatitis C infection, a global conference will hear today. More

28/09/2017 - Abortion safety a global problem
Nearly half of all the abortions performed worldwide are unsafe, researchers warn today. More

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