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16/10/2019 - Malaria gene clue to new vaccine
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15/08/2019 - Lyme disease "too often" presents as emergency
Too many patients with Lyme disease are being diagnosed and treated through emergency hospital admission, researchers warned today. More

10/06/2019 - Brain pressure research could help mission to Mars
Researchers at the University of Birmingham who are behind a drug to reduce brain pressure could help the next generation of astronauts in their mission to Mars. More

28/05/2019 - Antibiotic levels too high in rivers
The world's major rivers are awash with excessively high levels of antibiotics, British researchers have warned. More

17/04/2019 - Astronaut experiment for spine health
A space medicine research programme could help develop treatments for spinal postural deconditioning, according to a UK-based team. More

15/04/2019 - Gut bacteria risk among young travellers revealed
Travellers under the age of 30 are at higher risk of contracting or carrying antibiotic-resistant bacteria in their gut if they stay in hotels or private accommodation in low and/or middle-income countries, a European conference heard last night. More

19/09/2018 - Possible dementia link to air pollution
There is a strong link between air pollution and the risk of developing dementia, researchers claim today. More

17/09/2018 - Polluting soot particles can reach the placenta
Soot particles from air pollution can reach the placenta, a European conference has heard. More

29/08/2018 - How holidays help the heart
Diet and lifestyle dominated the European Society of Cardiology's annual congress yesterday. More

21/06/2018 - MMR warning for student Euro-trips
Students planning European tours have been advised to ensure their MMR vaccination is up to date. More

21/02/2018 - Typhoid gains extra DNA
An antibiotic resistant form of typhoid devastating Pakistan has acquired an extra piece of DNA, researchers have revealed. More

10/01/2018 - Air pollution warnings "ineffective"
Government actions seeking to protect the public from air pollution are infective, public health specialists say today. More

30/06/2017 - No idling zones to tackle pollution health problems
Motorists parking outside schools should be required to switch off engines to protect children from the effects of pollution, according to public health guidance published today. More

14/06/2017 - Aircraft noise link to heart disease
Long-term exposure to continuous aircraft noise may be linked to hypertension, Greek researchers have reported. More

05/06/2017 - Doctors plan for medical emergencies in deep space
Planners of long-range space missions need to think carefully about the risk of medical emergencies, a European conference has heard. More

15/03/2017 - Space radiation gives leukaemia clue
Radiation exposure at levels encountered in deep space may increase the risk of leukaemia, scientists have warned. More

03/03/2017 - How air pollution boosts bacterial disease
Disease-causing bacteria are directly affected by air pollution, which can increase their resistance to drugs, British researchers reported today. More

21/11/2016 - Exercise space key to inactivity, conference told
Governments need to create more space for exercise to help people become more active and tackle the health effects of inactivity, according to researchers at Edinburgh University, UK. More

25/10/2016 - Air pollution and traffic noise affect blood pressure
People exposed to air pollution and traffic noise long term have an increased risk of developing high blood pressure, according to a major European study published today. More

05/07/2016 - Active transport call for better health and economy
Towns and cities need to do more to encourage more people to walk, cycle and use public transport, public health campaigners say today. More

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