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29/01/2019 - Call to step up HepC prevention
The world can prevent more than 15 million hepatitis C infections globally over the next decade – but the task could be challenging for some countries, experts have reported. More

11/01/2019 - High fibre diet linked to reduced NCD risk - official
People who eat high levels of dietary fibre and whole grains reduce their risk of developing non-communicable diseases compared with those who consume less, according to a global analysis of studies over 40 years published today. More

28/12/2018 - Speeding up scabies elimination
Public health campaigns to eliminate scabies in poor countries could be speeded up by faster diagnosis, British experts have reported. More

17/12/2018 - Panel could lead to global oversight of gene editing
An international inquiry has been launched into human gene editing following the controversy over the activities of a Chinese doctor. More

14/12/2018 - Simple care changes that could save millions of neonates
Simple improvements to health care and advice to parents could save the lives of millions of babies globally, according to leading health organisations. More

03/12/2018 - Polio stays world emergency
The spread of polio in many poor countries remains a global public health emergency, the World Health Organisation has said, warning of growing problems in countries such as Afghanistan. More

20/11/2018 - WHO pledge to step up malaria action as cases rise
Cases of malaria increased last year for the second time this decade, the World Health Organisation has revealed. More

09/11/2018 - Four risk factors lead to half of global deaths
Half of all global deaths last year were caused by just four risk factors: high blood pressure, smoking, high blood glucose, and high body mass index (BMI), according to the new Global Burden of Disease study (GBD). More

09/11/2018 - Spanish flu centenary sparks complacency warning
A combination of antimicrobial resistance, complacency, austerity, climate change, urbanisation and migration are increasing the risk of infectious diseases and pandemics, a London conference heard last night. More

05/11/2018 - Melanoma death rates in men increase
Increasing numbers of men are dying from malignant melanoma, while the rates are steady or falling for women, according to new analysis. More

30/10/2018 - Children suffering from air pollution - WHO
Nearly two billion children breathe heavily polluted air every day, the World Health Organisation has reported. More

19/10/2018 - Global challenges for women with ovarian cancer
Most women with ovarian cancer had never heard of the disease before they were diagnosed, a global study has revealed. More

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

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