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11/11/2013 - Polio battle stepped up
A massive polio vaccination programme is to be launched in the Middle East amid concern of a resurgence of the virus in war-torn Syria, it has been announced. More

28/10/2013 - Alzheimer's gene breakthrough
A major international research project has found 11 new genes linked to Alzheimer's disease, it was announced last night. More

25/10/2013 - Life expectancy should start in womb - call
A global definition of poverty should include the child in the womb as well as babies after birth, experts say today. More

24/10/2013 - World still winning against TB - WHO
The problem of drug-resistant TB has not stopped the world making dramatic progress against the disease, it was announced yesterday. More

24/10/2013 - Stroke - a growing global problem
The world is experiencing a "startling" increase in the numbers of strokes affecting young adults amid growing affluence, doctors warned today. More

15/10/2013 - Exercise boost for male fertility
Men who want to have children may benefit by keeping fit, researchers revealed last night. More

11/10/2013 - Mercury target falls - as concern rises
The liquid metal mercury should be removed from home first aid kits and all medical devices by the end of the decade, health officials said yesterday. More

02/10/2013 - Child TB drive launched
A new drive to save children from the scourge of TB was launched yesterday. More

26/09/2013 - Middle east virus not yet global threat
The deadly new virus that has emerged in the Middle East is not yet a global public health emergency, experts decided yesterday. More

25/09/2013 - UK's billion pound boost for world health
Britain is to spend a billion pounds fighting some of the world's major health scourges, it was announced yesterday. More

19/09/2013 - Unsafe medical care affects millions
Unsafe medical care harms more than 43 million people across the world, resulting in a loss of almost 23 million years of “healthy” life, researchers claim today. More

18/09/2013 - International homeopathy warning
A top medical ethics expert today condemns a campaign to introduce homeopathy in some of the world's poorest countries. More

17/09/2013 - Low-cost devices that revolutionise healthcare
Low-cost and radical technologies that are improving the world's health are set to be unveiled tomorrow. More

02/09/2013 - Women gaining years by the decade
Improved care of common diseases has led to middle-aged women looking forward to as much as three years more of life than just 30 years ago, according to a major study published today. More

29/08/2013 - Psychiatric illnesses world's biggest problem
Mental illness and substance abuse between them are the biggest cause of chronic illness worldwide, researchers reveal today. More

23/08/2013 - Hand-washing guidance boosting hygiene
A five-point set of guidelines is proving effective around the world in improving hand hygiene among health workers, a study shows today. More

19/08/2013 - Mental health challenge for disaster relief
Disaster relief agencies should seek to strengthen local mental health services, according to a report published today. More

13/08/2013 - Plan to protect footballers
Football clubs should step up measures to prepare for medical emergencies following a series of incidents involving players, experts say today. More

09/08/2013 - Malaria vaccine hope
A new malaria vaccine has shown promise in early trials, researchers reported last night. More

05/08/2013 - Dengue discovery offers hope
Four kinds of virus cause Dengue disease - and now researchers say there are "significant" differences between the four types. More

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