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14/02/2014 - How cancer hits men globally
Men are much more badly affected by cancer globally than women, according to figures published today. More

13/02/2014 - Sexual assault 'endemic' worldwide
Women around the world suffer high rates of sexual assault from men who are not their partners, researchers said yesterday. More

10/02/2014 - Warning as measles follows travellers
An outbreak of measles in the Philippines has led to a spate of cases in the UK, it has been announced. More

04/02/2014 - Exercise regime benefits cancer patients
The benefits of exercising when undergoing cancer treatment are to be highlighted as part of today’s World Cancer Day events. More

04/02/2014 - Global cancer growth warning
The number of people getting cancer worldwide is set to increase by half in the next 20 years, a major report said yesterday. More

03/02/2014 - Fast food feeding obesity epidemic - WHO
Human girth is growing with the popularity of fast food, researchers warn today. More

29/01/2014 - Global lack of palliative care
There is a chronic global shortage of palliative care to relieve and prevent the suffering of patients with serious illness, a new study shows. More

15/01/2014 - Alarm as new flu spreads in China
China may be facing a spreading outbreak of the new bird flu virus, according to World Health Organisation reports. More

09/01/2014 - Doctors launch campaign to cut sugar
A major world-wide campaign is being launched today to highlight the link between sugar consumption and growing rates of obesity and diabetes. More

02/01/2014 - Tobacco tax hike could save 'millions'
Two hundred million deaths could be prevented by raising tobacco tax around the world, experts claim today. More

12/12/2013 - Malaria advances "no cause for complacency"
Deaths from malaria have nearly halved this century thanks to "remarkable progress", global health experts revealed yesterday. More

12/12/2013 - Dementia cure by 2025 - G8
The world's richest countries have set out to find a cure for dementia within 12 years, it was announced yesterday. More

06/12/2013 - Anaemia a persistent global burden
Young women and children are still more likely to suffer from anaemia, despite increasing efforts to diagnose and treat the condition on a global scale. More

02/12/2013 - Middle East virus found in camels
The first direct evidence that the deadly new Middle Eastern virus has been spreading in camels has emerged, it has been announced. More

29/11/2013 - HIV pregnancy resource launched for World AIDS Day
Healthcare professionals have been encouraged to improve their understanding of the needs of pregnant women with HIV for World AIDS Day. More

28/11/2013 - Swine flu pandemic deadlier than thought
There were far more casualties of the 2009 swine flu pandemic than official figures state, according to a new study. More

18/11/2013 - Antibiotic drug resistance call
The world needs to rethink its approach to antibiotics if it is to overcome the growing threat of drug resistance, experts say today. More

15/11/2013 - WHO reveals new roadmap for malaria vaccine
New licensed vaccines should be in place by 2030 that will not only reduce malaria cases by 75% but are also capable of eliminating the disease, the World Health Organisation has announced. More

13/11/2013 - World plea on pneumonia
Health experts called for action today on the world's biggest killer of infants - pneumonia. More

12/11/2013 - World faces doctor, nurse shortage
The world is not training enough health professionals for the future, a major report says today. More

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