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17/03/2014 - Flu virus makes "minority" ill only
Most people infected with the flu virus show no symptoms, British researchers report today. More

14/03/2014 - Crimean fever vaccine unveiled
A novel vaccine against Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) virus has been unveiled by scientists at Public Health England (PHE). More

05/03/2014 - HPV vaccine 'effective'
The HPV vaccination programme successfully protects young women against cervical abnormalities, according to a new study published today. More

26/02/2014 - MMR prevents child infections
Children who have had the measles, mumps, and rubella (MMR) vaccine may enjoy protection from a range of serious infections, researchers say today. More

24/02/2014 - Denmark hails HPV vaccination success
An HPV vaccine is already “highly effective” in reducing the risk of cervical lesions, just six years after it was introduced, the first Danish study into its benefits has found. More

24/02/2014 - Strategy needed for HIV treatment success
Strategies need to be put in place in South Africa to ensure that HIV positive people continue with their treatment, according to a new study. More

21/02/2014 - Flu vaccine gives stroke protection
People who have a flu jab enjoy protection against suffering a stroke, according to a British researcher. More

18/02/2014 - HIV drug may prevent cancer
A drug used to treat HIV could also be used to protect women from developing cervical cancer, researchers have revealed. More

10/02/2014 - Warning as measles follows travellers
An outbreak of measles in the Philippines has led to a spate of cases in the UK, it has been announced. More

05/02/2014 - New bird flu strikes China
Lab reports have confirmed the first human death caused by a new bird flu virus - avian-origin H10N8 virus called JX346, it was announced today. More

04/02/2014 - Global cancer growth warning
The number of people getting cancer worldwide is set to increase by half in the next 20 years, a major report said yesterday. More

31/01/2014 - Garden plant hope for HIV care
A common garden plant may hold the key to new treatments against HIV, researchers revealed yesterday. More

20/01/2014 - Google clue to disease outbreaks
Internet search engines could help public health specialists identify disease outbreaks in their early stages, according to an Australian expert. More

20/01/2014 - Keep minor illness out of hospital - campaign
A major national campaign has been launched aiming to encourage the public to take better care of minor illnesses and cut pressure on hospitals. More

15/01/2014 - Alarm as new flu spreads in China
China may be facing a spreading outbreak of the new bird flu virus, according to World Health Organisation reports. More

03/01/2014 - Shingles threat to young adults
People who suffer shingles as young adults can face serious health effects later in life, researchers have warned. More

31/12/2013 - Common cold research breakthrough
A European research team says it has made major advances in understanding the virus for the common cold. More

24/12/2013 - Researchers home in on man-flu genes
Man-flu is a real problem caused by hormonal differences from women, researchers revealed last night. More

19/12/2013 - Home testing to boost cervical diagnosis
Home testing kits might help improve diagnosis of cervical cancer risk in women, researchers have claimed. More

10/12/2013 - Alarm at flu drug resistance
The flu virus could become resistant to the drug Tamiflu because residues of the drug get into the water supply, according to Swedish researchers. More

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