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10/08/2016 - Clear link with Zika virus and joint condition
Experts are investigating the links between Zika virus infection in the womb and joint deformities at birth. More

27/07/2016 - Call for transgender re-categorisation
Being transgender should cease to be classified as a mental disorder, doctors say today. More

21/07/2016 - Plea for world action on hepatitis
Hepatitis is becoming a forgotten disease in spite of soaring death rates, according to the World Health Organisation. More

18/07/2016 - Prevention step-up key to ending AIDS - WHO
The world needs to step up efforts to prevent HIV infections, an international conference heard yesterday. More

18/07/2016 - Global stroke risk factors analysed
Ten risk factors are responsible for 90% of all strokes, according to the findings of a major international study. More

14/07/2016 - Researchers quantify obesity loss of life
Being overweight shortens life expectancy by about a year, according to a major international study published today. More

06/07/2016 - Assisted dying uptake explored
Doctors have reported the first systematic survey of the impact of the legalisation of assisted dying in a growing number of countries and states. More

22/06/2016 - Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics - advice
Pregnant women should not go to the Olympics in Brazil because of the Zika virus, according to official guidance published yesterday. More

20/06/2016 - Yellow fever outbreak could need fractional dosing
Relief agencies can use fractional dosing to eke out limited supplies of yellow fever vaccine, the World Health Organisation said. More

16/06/2016 - Coffee safe, hot drinks maybe not - experts
Excessively hot drinks rather than coffee are responsible for high rates of oesophageal cancer in some parts of the world, experts said yesterday. More

14/06/2016 - Call to increase blood donation
Much of the world needs to increase the rate of voluntary unpaid blood donation, according to a new analysis. More

14/06/2016 - Molecule discovery could herald cystic fibrosis treatment
New molecules have been identified that could help to prevent diseases caused by faulty ion channels, such as cystic fibrosis. More

10/06/2016 - Air pollution ‘a risk factor for stroke’
Air pollution is as a leading risk factor for stroke, researchers report today. More

07/06/2016 - Sex tourism poses STI threat - study
Growing opportunities for international travel are linked with unsafe sexual practices for thousands of people, researchers warn today. More

27/05/2016 - WHO warning as attacks on health workers increase
There were almost 600 reported attacks on healthcare facilities and workers in 19 countries in just two years, the World Health Organisation has reported. More

23/05/2016 - ICSI 'ineffective and costly’
The increase in intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) for infertility treatment has been attacked by a world-leading fertility expert. More

20/05/2016 - African improvements drive life expectancy surge
World life expectancy has increased at its fastest rate for 50 years this decade, it was revealed yesterday.World life expectancy has increased at its fastest rate for 50 years this decade, it was revealed yesterday. More

19/05/2016 - Global call to tackle antimicrobial resistance
Britain should support international efforts to tackle antimicrobial resistance before it leads to millions of deaths, according to a major report published today. More

10/05/2016 - Invest in adolescent health - experts
The world should invest in the health of its billions of adolescents, according to a major report published today. More

29/04/2016 - Neurologists warn on Zika
Some 42 countries have now reported their first outbreaks of the Zika virus, according to figures published yesterday. More

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