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08/05/2019 - TB elimination needs political input
Political "indifference" is hindering the success of tuberculosis elimination targets, an expert warned last night. More

01/05/2019 - Global burden of musculoskeletal conditions
The global burden of musculoskeletal diseases has increased by a third this century, according to an analysis published today. More

30/04/2019 - UN call for action on antimicrobial resistance
The world needs "immediate, coordinated and ambitious" action to avert an antimicrobial resistance crisis, a United Nations agency has warned. More

29/04/2019 - Space tech makes safe walking maps
Space technology is to be directly applied to healthcare in two new projects, it was announced today. More

26/04/2019 - Doctors ordered - avoid new athletic rules
Doctors should boycott new rules aimed at defining female athletes, according to a major global medical organisation. More

24/04/2019 - Malaria vaccination begins
The first ever national malaria vaccine campaign was launched yesterday in the African country of Malawi. More

16/04/2019 - Global measles outbreak warning
Rates of measles have quadrupled this year globally, including in Europe, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

12/04/2019 - Post-operative opioids need better management - experts
Post-operative patients need access to specialist pain clinics to help prevent dependency on opioids, experts say today. More

05/04/2019 - Health care access key to life expectancy - WHO
Access to health care globally is a key factor in gaps in life expectancy, the World Health Organisation reported last night. More

29/03/2019 - Global study highlights C-section death rates
Death rates from caesarean sections are disproportionately high in low and middle-income countries (LMIC), according to the largest study to date on risks following C-sections, published today. More

12/03/2019 - Flu pandemic protection call from WHO
The world needs to step up preparation to protect the population from pandemic influenza, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

28/02/2019 - Action call on war zone medical facilities
Senior UK doctors are pressurising the government to press for the enforcement on international agreements protecting medical facilities and clinicians in war zones. More

21/02/2019 - Health spending outstripping economic growth
The World Health Organisation has welcomed news that, globally, spending on health care is outstripping economic growth. More

04/02/2019 - Early detection theme for World Cancer Day
Early diagnosis and screening are the key themes of World Cancer Day, which takes place today. More

01/02/2019 - More than 4 million post-surgical deaths globally
More people across the world die within 30 days of surgery than from HIV, tuberculosis and malaria combined, UK research has revealed. More

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

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