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13/05/2015 - Immune system influenced by seasons
The immune system is influenced by the time of year, researchers say in a study that casts new light on the spread of viruses during winter months. More

11/05/2015 - People and places are not diseases - WHO
German measles, swine flu and Middle East respiratory virus are all disease names that should not be used, the World Health Organisation has decreed. More

06/05/2015 - Training and pollution controls for asthma
The world needs more rapid and effective action to reduce air pollution and more investment in training to combat asthma, campaigners said yesterday. More

27/04/2015 - World needs more surgery - analysis
Millions of people are dying world-wide because they do not have access to basic surgical procedures, according to an analysis today. More

24/04/2015 - How Ebola sparked malaria death surge
The Ebola epidemic may have caused as many deaths from malaria as from the virus itself in the three stricken African countries, researchers revealed today. More

24/04/2015 - Malaria vaccine trial success
A malaria vaccine has shown promise in trials involving African children, it was announced today. More

23/04/2015 - Gene clue to mosquito pull
Some people may be more attractive to mosquitoes than others - because of their genes, researchers reported last night. More

21/04/2015 - WHO plans global emergency force
The World Health Organisation is to take new steps to be ready for epidemics of new diseases, it announced yesterday. More

13/04/2015 - Caesareans not a lifestyle choice - WHO
Caesarean sections should only be carried out when medically necessary, the World Health Organisation has warned. More

24/03/2015 - End TB call for world day
The world should aim to put an end to the epidemic of TB within 20 years, senior health officials said yesterday. More

19/03/2015 - World smoking falls - but "not fast enough"
Fewer than 25% of adults world-wide are now smokers, according to new figures released yesterday. More

17/03/2015 - How diabetes hits earnings
Developing type 2 diabetes has a devastating effect on earning power, according to the findings of a global study published today. More

16/03/2015 - Kidney failure kills two million a year
More than two million people across the world die prematurely from kidney failure every year because they cannot access life-saving dialysis or transplantation. More

05/03/2015 - Cut down sugar - WHO
Sugar should not represent more than 10% of daily energy intake, according to global guidelines published yesterday. More

05/03/2015 - Popular antibiotic could target cancer
Experts are discussing the possibility of using a common antibiotic as part of treatment for cancer. More

02/03/2015 - Young ears at risk - WHO
Nightclubs and smartphones are placing the hearing of a generation of adults at risk, according to health experts. More

27/02/2015 - Call for more research on rare diseases
One of the leading authorities on rare diseases has called for adequate funding and research to help those diagnosed with uncommon illnesses. More

27/02/2015 - Stem cell transplants pass a million
More than a million stem cell transplants have now taken place, researchers say today. More

23/02/2015 - Plea for tropical disease cash
A new plea has been issued for cash to tackle neglected tropical diseases, partly because of the threat posed by climate change. More

19/02/2015 - Action call on obesity epidemic
The world has been slow to tackle a spreading epidemic of obesity, it was claimed today. More

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