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22/11/2010 - Flu vaccine rates slump
The disappearance of swine flu from public view may have made people complacent about vaccination, government officials have warned. More

02/11/2010 - Fitness may beat viruses
People who keep fit may be better equipped than others to stave off the common cold, researchers say today. 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

28/09/2010 - Major study backs breast-feeding
Midwives have welcomed new research which highlights the powerful protection that breast-feeding gives babies against infection. More

23/09/2010 - Spray could block cough infections
Cough and flu sufferers may one day get a spray drug to prevent them passing their viruses to others, researchers have revealed. More

21/09/2010 - Flu vaccine protects heart
Preventing flu by vaccination helps prevent middle-aged and elderly people suffering heart attacks, researchers reported last night. More

14/09/2010 - Virus breakthrough offers vaccine hope
British university scientists say they have made a scientific breakthrough which could enable vaccination against a common virus which causes misery worldwide. More

24/08/2010 - Viral clue to fatigue syndrome
A mysterious virus, associated with mice, may be responsible for chronic fatigue syndrome in humans, scientists reported yesterday. More

11/08/2010 - Swine flu pandemic "over"
The world-wide swine flu pandemic is now over, the World Health Organisation declared yesterday. More

21/07/2010 - Aids hits baby-boomers
Aids is spreading rapidly among Britain's over-50s, a government watchdog warned today. More

20/07/2010 - New hope for Aids vaccine
British scientists have found a "promising new approach" to developing an Aids vaccine, it was announced last night. More

19/07/2010 - Aids treatment booster
Moves to extend HIV treatment are bearing fruit - with a massive increase in the numbers starting treatment last year, a major global conference was told yesterday. More

15/07/2010 - Swine flu killed "healthy"
More than half of last year's swine flu deaths in Britain involved people who were previously healthy, according to a new analysis. More

14/07/2010 - Experts question drug law HIV link
Decriminalising addictive drugs might help prevent the spread of HIV, experts said today. More

14/07/2010 - Cancer vaccine boost
The controversial cervical cancer vaccine may prove to be more successful in England than had previously been hoped, researchers said today. More

09/07/2010 - Magic bullet hopes for deadly viruses
Single "magic bullet" treatments may be developed to treat deadly strains of flu and HIV, it was announced last night. More

06/07/2010 - HIV causing tuberculosis epidemic in South Africa
Tuberculosis and HIV are together taking a huge toll on South Africa, say researchers. More

16/06/2010 - Nurses can boost access to antiretroviral therapy
It is safe and effective for nurses to monitor antiretroviral therapy for HIV patients, experts state today. More

11/06/2010 - WHO hits at swine flu critics
The world's most senior doctor has hit back at critics who have claimed conflicts of interest blighted the response to swine flu. More

08/06/2010 - World Cup health warning
As fans flock to South Africa for a historic World Cup, experts have warned them not to get carried away by the festival atmosphere. More

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