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13/01/2016 - Hopes for river blindness vaccine
Scientists working on a vaccine against river blindness, or onchocerciasis, have identified three potential vaccine compounds that could offer protection, it was announced yesterday. More

24/11/2015 - Euro-summit on refugee health crisis
A European summit on tackling the health of growing numbers of refugees and migrants is under way in Rome. More

21/10/2015 - Delayed aeroplanes linked to hospitalisations
Living close to an airport may carry more health risks than previously believed, researchers claimed today. More

07/09/2015 - Electric current could cure motion sickness
Motion sickness sufferers could be able to buy an off-the-shelf cure for the debilitating condition within ten years. More

21/08/2015 - Travellers spreading antibiotic resistance
Increased global travel may be contributing to the spread of antibiotic resistant genes, according to a Swedish study. More

04/08/2015 - Jet-setters not so happy
The "jet-set" lifestyle is still seen as glamorous in spite of the health risks linked to long distance travel, according to a UK study. More

29/07/2015 - Hepatitis added to HIV testing initiative
The organisers of European HIV Testing Week have announced a change of name, to "European HIV-Hepatitis Testing Week". More

20/07/2015 - Pensioners urged to avoid Hajj
Pensioners should not travel to Saudi Arabia this year to take place in the annual Hajj pilgrimage, according to new advice. More

16/07/2015 - Space station medical research hope
British researchers are hoping the country's first space station resident will be helping with medical research. More

09/07/2015 - Common drug may fight TB
A common over-the-counter drug may be effective against tuberculosis, researchers have revealed. More

06/07/2015 - How medical tourism costs NHS
UK residents who go abroad for cosmetic treatment cost the NHS £8 million a year to rectify the mistakes that were made, it has been claimed. More

24/06/2015 - Danger of living near noisy roads
New findings today add to the evidence that exposure to noise pollution may negatively impact health. More

08/05/2015 - Change your commute to lose weight
Using public transport, walking, or cycling to get to work could help commuters to lose weight within a couple of years, according to a study published today. More

30/03/2015 - New sea danger - drug resistance
Surfing and swimming are increasingly popular in British coastal waters - and thousands may be exposed to dangerous drug-resistant bacteria, researchers warned today. More

12/02/2015 - Red lights bad for lungs
Red traffic lights expose drivers to dangerously high levels of pollution, researchers warn today. More

06/02/2015 - Pregnant women warned on flying
Pregnant women should not fly after 37 weeks, according to guidance issued today. More

12/11/2014 - Malaria advice for pregnancy
Pregnant women should limit travel to countries at risk of malaria, according to advice published today. More

27/08/2014 - Everest reveals blood pressure risks
Blood pressure increases steadily as humans reach high altitudes, according to the latest findings of medical research on Mount Everest. More

15/08/2014 - Ebola travel bans rejected
There is no need for travel bans on countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak, health officials said yesterday. More

09/07/2014 - Tropical diseases menace travellers
Growing numbers of patients with tropical diseases are being treated in British hospitals, according to figures published yesterday. More

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