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27/06/2011 - Measles outbreak warning
Britain is facing an outbreak of measles in spite of improvements in vaccination rates, according to new figures. More

03/06/2011 - Radiation from airport body scanners is “tiny”
Airport body scanners are safe to use, a study has found. More

12/05/2011 - New mosquito threat to travellers
UK travellers to Thailand and India are returning with diseases caused by mosquito bites, health officials warned yesterday. More

05/05/2011 - Airline advice for in-flight emergencies
Airlines should improve their handling of in-flight medical emergencies, according to experts. More

28/04/2011 - Frequent flier deficit
"Frequent fliers" may face massive health problems linked to obesity and high blood pressure, according to a new analysis. More

25/04/2011 - Hope and alarm for World Malaria Day
Growing numbers of British travellers are failing to take tablets to prevent malaria - and then succumbing to the disease, a health watchdog warned today. More

15/04/2011 - Spring ramblers get tick warning
Many of Britain's beauty spots are infested with dangerous ticks which can cause a dangerous infection, experts have warned. More

11/02/2011 - Wear helmets - skiers urged
Sport scientists have called for skiers and snowboarders to wear ski helmets in a bid to reduce brain injuries. More

19/01/2011 - Malaria net advice urged
Travellers using web-sites to book trips to high risk regions should be given on-line warnings about malaria, doctors urged today. More

18/01/2011 - The bugs on the bus go round and round
Buses, trams and trains might need to introduce hand gels at their doors during the winter to protect passengers against winter viruses, researchers revealed yesterday. More

17/12/2010 - Winter travel dining advice
Travellers seeking Christmas dinner in a hot climate now have advice on the countries where this is most likely to be ruined. More

01/11/2010 - Computer workers face DVT risk
People who spend hours at a time sat at computer desks may face an increasing risk of developing deep vein thrombosis, researchers have warned. More

25/10/2010 - Warning on mutant swine flu virus
Many of those who died from swine flu last year were infected by a mutant version of the virus, researchers have revealed. More

20/10/2010 - Climbers ignore risk of altitude sickness
Too many mountain climbers are taking unnecessary risks at high altitude because they are not aware of the dangers, according to a university study. More

24/09/2010 - Malaria research breakthrough
A single protein could be responsible for the development of a killer malaria parasite, British researchers reveal today. More

12/08/2010 - Medical tourism brings superbug to UK
UK "medical tourists" travelling to India for treatment have returned as carriers of a lethal new mutant infection, experts have warned. More

11/08/2010 - Malaria not a celebrity disease
Malaria must not be thought of as a "celebrity" disease in spite of recent high profile cases, UK health officials warned today. More

20/07/2010 - Flying safe for heart
Patients with serious heart disease are safe to fly, according to guidelines published today. More

07/07/2010 - Celeb sickness prompts malaria warning
British travellers have been urged to take precautions against malaria after A-list celebrity Cheryl Cole succumbed to the disease. More

17/06/2010 - Call for car smoking ban
Most parents would back a ban on smoking in cars with children present, campaigners said yesterday. More

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