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31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

24/07/2009 - Swine flu rates double
The number of people falling ill from swine flu may have doubled in England in the last week, according to the latest figures. More

20/07/2009 - Flu scare over pregnancy
Pregnant women were identified as amongst those most at risk from swine flu over the weekend following another death. More

17/07/2009 - Flu deaths rise as Britain moves to self-diagnosis
The number of deaths from swine flu recorded in Britain has nearly doubled in the last week - and deaths are rising in other countries too, according to figures published yesterday. More

15/07/2009 - Don't underestimate swine flu - experts
The world should not underestimate the severity of swine flu, British experts warned today. More

09/07/2009 - Drug-resistant flu in Asia
Three countries have now reported the emergence of drug-resistant strains of swine flu, the World Health Organisation has announced. More

02/07/2009 - Swine flu parties condemned
People are throwing "swine flu parties" in a bid to contract the virus while it still mild, doctors have warned. More

29/06/2009 - Britain's second swine flu death
An elderly man has become Britain's second patient to die from swine flu, it was reported yesterday. More

24/06/2009 - Olives not fish key to Mediterranean health
Some components of the so-called Mediterranean diet are more beneficial than others, researchers reported today. More

16/06/2009 - Warning after flu death of mother
A baby died yesterday following the death of its mother in Scotland from swine flu. More

12/06/2009 - Pandemic in early days - WHO
The world is in the "earliest days" of a pandemic, its senior doctor warned yesterday. More

11/06/2009 - Flu pandemic nears
Swine flu may soon be declared a global pandemic as it takes hold in the southern hemisphere, it was reported yesterday. More

03/06/2009 - Swine flu grips south
Swine flu is getting a grip on the southern hemisphere as it heads into winter, according to the latest figures. More

25/05/2009 - MS campaigners top of the world!
A 52-year-old woman with multiple sclerosis reached the top of Mount Everest over the weekend - the first person with the condition to achieve this. More

25/05/2009 - Swine flu developed virulence "undetected"
The new swine flu has been circulating in animals undetected for a long time, scientists have reported. More

21/05/2009 - Arsenic may lie behind Mexican deaths
Arsenic may have been responsible for the high level of deaths from swine flu in Mexico, researchers said today. More

21/05/2009 - Countryside bite that's dangerous
People enjoying the British countryside have been warned to beware of tick bites - as growing numbers are causing major complications. More

19/05/2009 - Air travel and internet challenge new pandemic
The world is more vulnerable than ever to dangerous new strains of flu because of air travel, its most senior health official said yesterday. More

18/05/2009 - Vaccines purchased for flu pandemic
Swine flu appeared to continue its spread over the weekend - passing 100 cases in the UK and reaching 39 countries. More

15/05/2009 - Experts call for cholera vaccine ban to be lifted
Infectious disease experts called last night for wider use of a life-saving cholera vaccination. More

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