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17/10/2018 - Future global health predicted
Several countries could experience lower life expectancy in 2040 than today, according to a new global analysis published today. More

24/09/2018 - Growing global alcohol consumption alarms WHO
About 5% of deaths worldwide are caused by misuse of alcohol, according to a major new report. More

21/09/2018 - Global premature death targets missed
Most of the world's nations – including the UK, USA and China – are likely to fall short of the United Nations target for reducing the number of premature deaths from non-communicable diseases (NCDs), according to a report out today. More

19/09/2018 - World has momentum on TB - WHO
There is “new momentum” globally to tackle the resurgence of drug-resistant TB, the World Health Organisation has reported. More

18/09/2018 - Child under 15 dies every 5 seconds
A child under 15 years dies every five seconds around the world, a UN interagency group report reveals today (18 September 2018). More

13/09/2018 - Global cancer toll reported
More than nine million people globally will die from cancer this year, about a fifth of them in Europe, according to a new analysis of the worldwide increase in the disease. More

05/09/2018 - World population increasingly inactive - WHO
More than a quarter of the world’s adult problem is not active enough, significantly increasing risk of a range of diseases, according to a major study published today. More

04/09/2018 - Malaria parasite secret revealed
British scientists are studying a newly-found regulator protein that acts as the “master switch” in the malaria parasite, it was announced last night. More

24/08/2018 - Alcohol never safe, experts claim
There is “no safe” level of alcohol to drink, experts claim today in a study of the global impact of the chemical. More

20/08/2018 - New guidance for drug-resistant TB care
Patients with multi-drug resistant TB should be treated with oral medicines, according to new global guidance. More

03/08/2018 - 138 million women suffer from recurrent thrush
An estimated 138 million women across the world suffer from recurrent thrush, according to a research review by University of Manchester scientists. More

27/07/2018 - Hepatitis Day's elimination aim
World Hepatitis Day is to centre on Mongolia tomorrow as the country grapples with high rates of infection. More

20/07/2018 - Clean air message for Brain Day
Clean air is to be the theme of World Brain Day this weekend as experts call for measures that would reduce the risk of stroke. More

09/07/2018 - How victory in the semis will aid dementia patients
World Cup victory on Wednesday night will lead to days of replays of England’s 1966 triumph – and this may benefit many elderly people with dementia, according to a senior doctor. More

06/07/2018 - Poor quality healthcare is a global concern – report
Poor quality health services are preventing improvements in health in countries at all income levels, a new joint report by the OECD, World Health Organisation and the World Bank has revealed. More

04/07/2018 - Eight million born through assisted reproduction
More than eight million babies have been born in the last 40 years through in vitro fertilisation and other modern fertility treatments, a European conference has heard. More

28/06/2018 - Heat stable carbetocin could save thousands of lives
A new formulation of carbetocin is set to save thousands of women’s lives by preventing post-partum haemorrhage, the World Health Organisation said last night. More

22/06/2018 - Early TB gene test developed
An international research team has found a potential test to predict active tuberculosis in advance of symptoms developing. More

19/06/2018 - Gaming joins new ICD
Gaming disorder is a new entry to the latest version of the international directory of diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

12/06/2018 - DNA test to identify prostate cancer risk
A new DNA test can identify 63 genetic variations linked to increased risk of prostate cancer, a major international study reported last night. More

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