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21/03/2017 - Global warming could help spread diabetes - study
Rising global temperatures could be contributing to the growing numbers of people developing diabetes, according to a study published today. More

14/03/2017 - How a flu vaccine stopped a pandemic
Flu vaccines work and can successfully halt pandemics, according to a major analysis reported today. More

28/02/2017 - WHO publishes first list of ‘priority pathogens’
The World Health Organisation has published a list of antibiotic-resistant “priority pathogens” for the first time, revealing 12 families of bacteria that pose the greatest threat to human health. More

22/02/2017 - Life expectancy reaching 90 in some places
Life expectancy is set to continue increasing until 2030 - passing the age of 90 for women in one country, according to a major analysis published today. More

09/02/2017 - Inequality threat to global health
Inequality has a central role in global mental and physical health, British academics say today. More

03/02/2017 - Cancer day focus on women
Campaigners are seeking to highlight the growing threat to women as the world marks World Cancer Day tomorrow. More

26/01/2017 - Briton in line for WHO job
A British doctor has been short-listed for the job of director general of the World Health Organisation, it was announced yesterday. More

11/01/2017 - New call to curb tobacco use
There are significant health and financial benefits from improved tobacco control policies, according to a major new report. More

13/12/2016 - Malaria progress in Africa - and more to do
African countries have made huge progress in ensuring children and pregnant women are protected against malaria - but substantial gaps remain, according to the annual global report on the topic today. More

30/11/2016 - HIV self-testing promoted
Increased self-testing could go some way to protecting the millions of people with HIV are still missing out on life-saving treatment, experts say today. More

23/11/2016 - Call for medical neutrality in war zones
The world must reaffirm the importance of medical neutrality in war zones, senior doctors say today. More

21/11/2016 - Exercise space key to inactivity, conference told
Governments need to create more space for exercise to help people become more active and tackle the health effects of inactivity, according to researchers at Edinburgh University, UK. More

21/11/2016 - Zika emergency over - WHO
The Zika virus is no longer a public health emergency - but remains a "significant" public health challenge, the World Health Organisation has ruled. More

16/11/2016 - Warning on global blood pressure rates
The incidence of high blood pressure has nearly doubled in the last 40 years globally, researchers say today. More

14/11/2016 - Education courses key to diabetes care - World Day campaign
Campaigners have called for patients with diabetes to take part in "life-saving" education courses. More

11/11/2016 - Call to boost measles vaccination
Some 400 children are dying from measles every day globally because of patchy progress with vaccination programmes, a major report warned last night. More

02/11/2016 - Call for global women's cancer care improvements
The care of women's cancers in poor countries needs urgent attention, experts say today. More

31/10/2016 - Effective injectable birth control for men announced
A contraceptive injection for men has been developed successfully, it has been announced. More

19/10/2016 - Concern over new stroke classification
Senior neurologists have accused world health officials of failing to recognise stroke as a brain disease. More

14/10/2016 - Global failure to tackle TB - warning
Countries across the globe are falling short of their targets to beat tuberculosis, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

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