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09/12/2014 - Malaria deaths slump
Deaths from malaria have fallen dramatically this century but it still afflicts millions, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

04/12/2014 - Flu risk children rethink call
Children born prematurely are among groups who at high risk from flu - but do not appear in guidelines, researchers say today. More

03/12/2014 - Global cervical cancer advice released
New global guidance has been published on the best way to tackle cervical cancer - one of the most preventable forms of cancer, according to experts. More

02/12/2014 - HIV evolves and gets weaker
HIV's struggle to evade human immune systems and powerful drugs is weakening its virulence, researchers reported last night. More

28/11/2014 - Variations in global cancer survival rates
Lung cancer and stomach cancer survival rates in the UK are among the poorest in Europe but it is better news for breast cancer patients, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

26/11/2014 - Obesity a global cause of cancer
Excess weight is linked to half a million cancers every year worldwide, according to a major study published today. More

18/11/2014 - Global call to prevent drowning
Drowning is among the ten leading causes of children and young people in all parts of the world, according to a major report published last night. More

17/11/2014 - Measles battle falters
The world battle against measles is faltering, health officials have warned after a surge in deaths. More

17/11/2014 - Ebola drug proofs lacking
Researchers are struggling to demonstrate that drugs and treatments are effective against the Ebola virus, according to an expert committee. More

14/11/2014 - Lifestyle plea for World Diabetes Day
The worldwide "dramatic" increase in the most common form of diabetes could be reversed if people were persuaded to make simple lifestyle changes, senior doctors said today. More

12/11/2014 - Malaria advice for pregnancy
Pregnant women should limit travel to countries at risk of malaria, according to advice published today. More

04/11/2014 - Anger at Ebola inaction
A "profit-driven" medical research industry neglected the threat of the Ebola virus for four decades, the world's leading health official said yesterday. More

24/10/2014 - Ebola deaths set to surge, expert warns
One county in Liberia could suffer 90,000 deaths from Ebola in the next six weeks unless international support is massively stepped up, researchers warn today. More

23/10/2014 - Hope to ease TB drug burden
Gruelling courses of treatment to tackle TB could become more acceptable and effective, according to two studies published yesterday. More

22/10/2014 - Experts call for new contraceptive methods
More options are needed to help protect women against unintended pregnancy, HIV and other sexually transmitted infections, experts say today. More

16/10/2014 - Obesity link to UK throat cancer problem
Britain has the highest rates in the world of a kind of throat cancer linked to obesity, according to the findings of a major international study today. More

15/10/2014 - Two countries to get Ebola all-clear
Two African countries are set to be declared free of Ebola - but officials warned of "explosive" outbreaks in the three most affected countries. More

14/10/2014 - Ebola a world threat - WHO
The Ebola outbreak is threatening the survival of societies and governments in some of the world's poorest countries, the world's most senior health official said yesterday. More

09/10/2014 - Doctors call for urgent Ebola action
Doctors at a world summit have called for urgent global action to tackle the Ebola virus threat. More

06/10/2014 - Height genes in the hundreds
British researchers have helped to identify nearly 700 genetic variants linked to human height, it was announced last night. More

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