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17/09/2021 - Global drive to improve maternity safety
A global drive to improve the safety of maternity care was under way today marking World Patient Safety Day. More

15/09/2021 - Surgery delays linked to rise in opioid prescribing
A steep rise in opioid prescriptions since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic may be linked to growing waiting lists, researchers warn today. More

08/09/2021 - Insights into spread of Delta variant
A new analysis has shown how the COVID-19 Delta variant became the dominant, hardly challenged strain of the virus. More

06/09/2021 - Cut consumption to tackle climate change - 200 medical journals
High income countries must cut consumption to enable the world to tackle the threat of climate change, 220 medical journals say today. More

01/09/2021 - Low-cost health solutions to turn pandemic tide
Low cost and innovative health technologies could help the developing world combat the threat of COVID, the World Health Organization has reported. More

25/08/2021 - Large rise in global hypertension
New figures, reported today, show a sharp rise in global hypertension rates in the last 30 years, with a high proportion of cases going untreated. More

24/08/2021 - COVID-19 economic downturn caused excess infant deaths
The economic downturn in low and middle income countries caused by COVID-19 is likely to have caused an additional 267,000 infants’ deaths in 2020, according to an analysis published today. More

17/08/2021 - Plea for funds against global Delta threat
A major appeal has been launched for funds to tackle the global threat of the Delta variant of COVID-19. More

12/08/2021 - Global trial to test three drugs for COVID-19 patients
Three new drugs are to be tested globally to treat hospitalised COVID-19 patients, the World Health Organization has announced. More

10/08/2021 - Global eradication of COVID-19 'technically feasible'
The global eradication of COVID-19 is “technically” feasible, experts say today. More

29/07/2021 - Polio eradication programme 'in danger'
The drive to rid the world of polio could be in trouble after the World Health Organization (WHO) fired 500 staff on the polio programme, it is claimed today. More

27/07/2021 - Phase I trial begins of new vaccine against the Plague
Volunteers are being sought to test a new vaccine against the plague, it has been announced. More

21/07/2021 - COVID-19 deaths cause global rise in orphans
A million children around the world have lost one or both parents to COVID-19, according to a study published today. More

20/07/2021 - Lockdowns 'not as bad for health as the pandemic itself'
The health impacts of lockdowns caused by COVID-19 are not as harmful as the impact of the pandemic itself, according to an analysis published today. More

07/07/2021 - Immune drug brings overall benefit for COVID-19
Mortality among patients hospitalised with COVID-19 is reduced when they receive treatment with Interleukin-6 antagonists, according to the findings of a major analysis that has led to a change to global guidelines. More

29/06/2021 - WHO publishes first guidance on AI in healthcare
The potential benefits of artificial intelligence for medicine should not be exaggerated, according to new global guidance. More

16/06/2021 - Needle phobia partly explains vaccine refusal
People with needle phobia are twice as likely to delay or refuse a COVID-19 vaccine as others, British researchers report today. More

16/06/2021 - Cold virus may limit COVID-19
Viruses which cause the common cold may protect against COVID-19, new research suggests. More

09/06/2021 - Global operation shuts down medical fraudsters
More than 3,000 illegal medical web pages in the UK have been shut down or blocked yesterday as part of a global operation against criminals exploiting the pandemic for profit, it has been announced. More

03/06/2021 - G7 to work against zoonoses
The world’s leading democracies are to work together to combat the growing threat from zoonotic infection, it was announced today. More

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