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20/09/2016 - New call to increase dementia diagnosis
Fresh calls to increase rates of dementia diagnosis are to be made today ahead of World Alzheimer's Day. More

16/09/2016 - Poor quality care hampers maternal health goals
Poor quality care and increasing 'over-medicalisation' of maternal health care are among the issues hampering progress of achieving the UN’s sustainable development goals, according to a report published today. More

13/09/2016 - Case studies reveal brain parasites and psittacosis
A 12-year-old boy who was diagnosed with a cyst containing tapeworm larva in his brain is among the reports published in today’s edition of BMJ Case Reports (13 September, 2016). More

06/09/2016 - Contraceptives linked to ovarian cancer decline
Widespread use of oral contraceptives has helped reduce deaths from ovarian cancer, according to the findings of a major study published today. More

05/09/2016 - Warning on worldwide mental health discrimination
People with mental health problems face major discrimination in much of the world, campaigners say today. More

31/08/2016 - Alarm raised over STI drug resistance
Governments throughout the world have been urged to adopt new guidelines on the treatment of sexually transmitted infections in a bid to tackle antibiotic resistance. More

16/08/2016 - Letters campaign for donors goes global
An innovative campaign to recruit blood donors goes global today - and blood group letters will go missing worldwide. More

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

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