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16/10/2017 - Geneva Declaration updated
A new Hippocratic Oath has been unveiled at a major international doctors’ conference. More

13/10/2017 - English hospices praised
Hospices in England are providing the best care of any sector in the country, inspectors say today ahead of a global campaign to improve palliative care. More

11/10/2017 - Global childhood obesity rising
Obesity will be the greatest health problem facing children worldwide within five years, experts warn today. More

04/10/2017 - World cholera plan to 2030
The World Health Organisation has launched a new global roadmap on cholera, 'Ending Cholera - A Global Roadmap to 2030'. More

03/10/2017 - Circadian rhythm scientists receive Nobel Prize for Medicine
The 2017 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine has been awarded to three American scientists for their work on the 24-hour body clock. More

02/10/2017 - WHO calls for integrated care for older people
The World Health Organisation has called for a co-ordinated and integrated approach in providing care for older people. More

28/09/2017 - Abortion safety a global problem
Nearly half of all the abortions performed worldwide are unsafe, researchers warn today. More

22/09/2017 - Activity deficit worldwide
Persuading everyone, worldwide, to ensure they undertake half an hour of activity daily could reduce rates of cardiovascular disease by nearly 5%, according to the findings of major global study published today. More

20/09/2017 - Crisis in global antibiotics
There is a serious lack of new antibiotics to combat the growing threat of antimicrobial resistance, the World Health Organisation warned last night. More

19/09/2017 - Ethics anniversary honoured
This week has marked a major anniversary in the development of medical ethics and the drive to prevent doctors taking part in abuses such as those perpetrated in the early 20th century. More

18/09/2017 - Immune system reveals virus weak spot
Southampton scientists may have made a breakthrough in fighting a major group of viruses by identifying a weak spot known to the human immune system. More

15/09/2017 - Poor diet and heart disease the world’s health problem - analysis
Ischaemic heart disease is now the leading cause of premature mortality in most regions of the world – while “unhealthy” diets are linked to 20% of deaths, according to a major analysis published today. More

13/09/2017 - Gene test may be needed for diabetes type 2
Genetic screening may be needed to identify people at raised risk of type 2 diabetes, researchers reported last night. More

25/08/2017 - Leprosy research breakthrough
British and US researchers have made a breakthrough in the study of leprosy - explaining for the first time how the disease causes its damage, it was announced last night. More

17/08/2017 - COPD's worldwide toll
More than three million people die worldwide from chronic respiratory diseases every year, according to an analysis published today. More

26/07/2017 - Male fertility declining in west
The average sperm count in Western countries is falling - and may continue to fall, researchers have warned. More

18/07/2017 - Infant vaccination rates too low - WHO
About 10% of infants worldwide still have no contact with vaccination programmes, according to a new global analysis. More

10/07/2017 - World is vulnerable if pandemics strike - WHO DG
The new director-general of the World Health Organisation has warned G20 leaders that the world is “not well prepared” for major health pandemics. More

07/07/2017 - Warning on drug-resistant gonorrhoea
A global warning has been issued about increasing rates of antibiotic resistant gonorrhoea. More

22/06/2017 - Dragon's Den reopens for cancer research
Cancer researchers are to get a fresh chance to earn up to £20 million worth of funding for cutting-edge projects, it was announced today. More

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