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22/08/2014 - Alarm at mutant polio virus
The polio virus may be able to mutate to avoid vaccines, researchers have revealed. More

22/08/2014 - Warming to bring tropical diseases to Med?
Travellers to the Mediterranean may soon be sleeping under mosquito nets and worrying about Dengue fever, British experts warn today. More

19/08/2014 - Humanitarian crises imperil health workers
The world must take action to protect health workers seeking to provide aid in conflicts and crises, senior officials said today. More

15/08/2014 - Ebola travel bans rejected
There is no need for travel bans on countries affected by the Ebola virus outbreak, health officials said yesterday. More

13/08/2014 - Preterm birth drug underused
Simple drugs that could prevent birth complications are being under-used in much of the world, experts warn today. More

13/08/2014 - WHO backs untested treatments for Ebola
Doctors treating the Ebola virus gained permission to use unproven treatments on patients yesterday. More

11/08/2014 - Ebola now global emergency
The Ebola crisis in West Africa has been declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organisation. More

08/08/2014 - Sleep problem for space-flight
Astronauts struggle to get enough sleep - even when special sleep stations have been created, researchers warn today. More

01/08/2014 - Intensified Ebola response plan launched
A major project to tackle the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa is being launched today by the World Health Organisation. More

28/07/2014 - Row as liver virus found in donated blood
There was controversy today over a study which revealed that thousands of blood donors are infected with a usually harmless liver virus. More

23/07/2014 - Welcome for drive to prevent girl mutilation
Senior clinicians have welcomed a new government drive to eradicate female genital mutilation. More

22/07/2014 - Gene findings set to revolutionise psychiatric research
Dozens of new genes linked to schizophrenia have been discovered, it was announced today. More

22/07/2014 - Global progress against common diseases - report
A major international 21st century drive against three common diseases has been highly effective - but the world is a long way short of eliminating HIV, TB and malaria, researchers say today. More

18/07/2014 - AIDS-related deaths more than halved
AIDS-related causes of death among adults with HIV have more than halved in 10 years, a study out today has revealed. More

14/07/2014 - Fallen footballers need medical screening - neurologists
Doctors should be allowed a more active role to assess injured players during football games, senior neurologists said today. More

09/07/2014 - Global childhood TB rates increase
The number of children with TB could be much higher than currently believed, researchers warn today. More

04/07/2014 - Plea to eliminate TB
Several European countries are in a position to take steps to eliminate the curse of tuberculosis from their borders, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. More

27/06/2014 - Surge in camel virus infections
The number of victims of the Middle Eastern camel virus increased dramatically yesterday as the Saudi authorities reported more than 100 extra victims. More

23/06/2014 - Midwives key to maternal health
The world has yet to harness the benefits of midwifery, experts say today. More

13/06/2014 - Plea for blood to save women
Access to safe blood transfusions could save the lives of thousands of women every year, campaigners say. More

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