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12/11/2012 - Babies get tummy bug vaccine
Infants in Britain are to be vaccinated against a common gastrointestinal bug, it has been announced. More

09/11/2012 - Call for global infection research boost
Drug-resistant strains of bacteria that cause meningitis are on the rise, an expert warns today. More

29/10/2012 - Colour test for HIV?
A new ultra-sensitive detection system could help doctors identify diseases such as HIV infection with the naked eye, British researchers revealed last night. More

17/10/2012 - HIV vitamin benefits queried
New research has found no benefit of high-dose multivitamins for patients on HIV treatment. More

12/10/2012 - Vaccine rates vary as first flu figures emerge
Pensioners continue to get their flu vaccines at a much greater rate than others, according to the first weekly flu report of the winter in the UK. More

05/10/2012 - Brits not bothered about flu scare
Britons were the most reluctant in the world to take measures to stop the spread of the swine flu epidemic, researchers say today. More

05/10/2012 - Web blamed for vaccine crisis
Internet health information may help many patients - but it is causing problems for vaccination programmes, a European health summit heard yesterday. More

03/10/2012 - Vitamin D no good for colds, study suggests
A new study has found no evidence that taking a vitamin D supplement can reduce the chance of catching a cold. More

28/09/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak spurs pregnancy vaccination
Pregnant women are to be offered vaccination against whooping cough as an outbreak spreads across the UK, it was announced today. More

18/09/2012 - No trace of ME viruses
Two viruses found in mice have no role in the development of chronic fatigue syndrome in humans, researchers said yesterday. More

03/09/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak sparks vaccine rethink
Babies could be vaccinated against whooping cough at birth as an outbreak of the disease spreads across the UK. More

27/08/2012 - New measles alarm
Parents have been urged to make sure their children are protected against measles as an outbreak continues to spread across Britain. More

21/08/2012 - Warning on cold remedy herb
Children should not be given a herb widely used to treat coughs and colds, British regulators warned yesterday. More

10/08/2012 - Universal flu vaccine hope
Scientists have taken a key step towards finding a universal flu vaccine, it was announced last night. More

30/07/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak alert
Teenagers may be offered booster shots against whooping cough as an outbreak of the disease continues to spread through England. More

26/07/2012 - Liver virus's silent spread
The number of people in Britain infected with the hepatitis C virus is approaching a quarter of a million - and this is having an impact on illness, according to stark new figures published today. More

23/07/2012 - HIV prevention drugs projects call
Health officials want small projects set up worldwide to test the best way of using HIV drugs to prevent the disease. More

23/07/2012 - Flu link to brain disease
Children who contract a severe bout of flu may face an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life, researchers have reported. More

20/07/2012 - HIV-2 key to treatment
The less common strain of HIV may yield secrets for stopping the development of Aids, Swedish researchers have reported. More

17/07/2012 - HIV drugs protect high-risk groups
HIV drugs are effective at protecting people at high risk of contracting HIV, a new analysis concludes. More

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