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08/07/2015 - World got Ebola crisis wrong - report
The worldwide humanitarian response to the Ebola crisis in west Africa came "very late", according to a damning official report published yesterday. More

06/07/2015 - How medical tourism costs NHS
UK residents who go abroad for cosmetic treatment cost the NHS £8 million a year to rectify the mistakes that were made, it has been claimed. More

01/07/2015 - Sanitation not meeting Millennium Goal
Inadequate sanitation around the world will undermine the benefits of widespread efforts to improve drinking water sources, health experts warn today. More

25/06/2015 - World faces new HIV risk - experts
The world faces a risk of the HIV epidemic "rebounding" because of growing numbers of infections, experts warn today. More

23/06/2015 - Climate challenge could boost world health
A world worried about climate change would improve its health, according to a major study today. More

12/06/2015 - Pregnancy diabetes guidance "flawed"
New UK guidance for identifying pregnant women developing diabetes are flawed and will lead to thousands of women wrongly being given the all clear, researchers claimed today. More

11/06/2015 - Call for blood donors
The world needs to step up efforts to recruit voluntary blood donors to help tackle problems such as maternal deaths, according to health officials. More

09/06/2015 - More people living with ill health
One third of people across the world suffered from at least five ailments during 2013, according to a major new study published yesterday. More

05/06/2015 - How women keep the world healthy
Women contribute about three trillion dollars to the health of the world's population - about half of it unpaid, according to a major analysis published today. More

21/05/2015 - Cold weather kills more people than heatwaves
More people are killed during times of cold weather than during heatwaves, an international study revealed today. More

19/05/2015 - Backing to tackle world health challenges
The world's richest countries are to support the World Health Organisation to tackle drug-resistant organisms and new tropical diseases, it was announced yesterday. More

14/05/2015 - Billions needed to find new antibiotics - inquiry
The world needs a massive fund to find new antibiotics, according to a major report published today. More

14/05/2015 - Mixed results for development goals
At the turn of the century the world set itself targets to improve health and tackle poverty in the poorest countries by this year - and the results are "mixed", according to a report published yesterday. More

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

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