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28/01/2020 - Call for ethical emergency research
The world needs clear rules to ensure research projects are conducted ethically during global health emergencies, experts say today. More

23/01/2020 - Snake clue as China virus spreads
World Health Organisation officials will gather again today to consider the seriousness of the Wuhan virus outbreak amid evidence of a growing death toll. More

21/01/2020 - Better outcomes for smokers who quit prior to surgery
Tobacco smokers who quit their habit four week or more before surgery reduce their risk of complications and tend to have better outcomes after six months, a new study has revealed. More

20/01/2020 - Antibiotic outlook bleak - WHO
The outlook for the arrival of effective new antibiotics is bleak, according to a new analysis by the World Health Organisation. More

14/01/2020 - How climate change could lead to thousands of deaths
A temperature rise of 2C could lead to about 2,100 additional deaths from injuries every year in the USA, a study reveals today (13 January 2020). More

27/12/2019 - Mosquito leg clue to net success
Mosquitoes that develop drug resistance may have specific mechanisms in their legs that enable them to survive treated bed nets, according to British researchers. More

20/12/2019 - Cholera cases down
The world experienced a significant reduction in cholera cases last year, according to new figures. More

19/12/2019 - Men finally turning from tobacco
For the first time the number of men who use tobacco, globally, may be about to fall, according to estimates published today. More

17/12/2019 - Call for review of global access to palliative care
Only 14% of people globally have access to palliative care services, while more than half the world’s population has poor or non-existent access, a study reveals today (17 December 2019). More

16/12/2019 - Malnutrition's many forms hitting developing countries
The world is facing a multiple malnutrition problem caused by obesity, poor quality diet and under-nutrition, the World Health Organisation warns today. More

12/12/2019 - STI challenge for PrEP
Programmes providing pre-exposure prophylaxis to prevent HIV infection need to spend time on patients' overall sexual health, according to a World Health Organisation study. More

06/12/2019 - Worldwide measles outbreak deadly for infants
The world has been facing a "devastating" outbreak of measles, leading to thousands of deaths, according to stark new figures. More

04/12/2019 - Funding shortage for climate health risks
The nations of the world are ill-prepared to protect their populations against the health effects of climate change, according to the World Health Organisation. More

22/11/2019 - Inactive teens jeopardising future - WHO
Most adolescents, globally, are too inactive, putting their future health at risk, according to a major analysis published today. More

20/11/2019 - COPD deaths increasing with ageing population
The number of people dying from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease is rising, despite survival rates improving in several countries, according to an analysis published today. More

12/11/2019 - Pneumonia is the forgotten 'epidemic'
Hospitals in England recorded 56,000 child emergency admissions for pneumonia in 2018 – up more than 50% on 2008, according to analysis by Save the Children and Unicef published today (12 November 2019). More

12/11/2019 - Arts participation reduces poor health and inequality
Taking part in activities such as singing and dancing from a young age can reduce social inequalities and encourage healthy behaviour, according to the world’s largest review into the health benefits of the arts. More

06/11/2019 - Warning on growing worldwide violence against doctors
There is a “rising tide of violence against physicians and health professionals," the World Medical Association has warned. More

30/10/2019 - Caution urged around antibiotic threat
The language used to describe antimicrobial resistance is counterproductive and unlikely to cut the overuse, experts say today. More

25/10/2019 - Wild poliovirus type 3 eradicated globally
Wild poliovirus type 3 (WPV3) has been eradicated worldwide, it has been announced. More

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