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12/10/2011 - TB cases fall worldwide
The world has been winning the battle against TB - but the financial crisis may jeopardise further progress, according to a major report published yesterday. More

05/10/2011 - Global tobacco TB risk
Smoking could substantially increase deaths from tuberculosis around the world, say public health experts. More

30/09/2011 - 5 million of fake and illegal drugs seized in global operation
More than 5million worth of counterfeit and illegal medicines have been seized in a worldwide crackdown on the illicit internet trade in pharmaceuticals, it was announced yesterday. More

27/09/2011 - Alarm at rise in pollution deaths
The number of deaths worldwide known to be caused by air pollution has nearly doubled in the last seven years, officials warned yesterday. More

26/09/2011 - Brits lead lung gene findings
Researchers have made major discoveries about the genetics of lung health, it was announced last night. More

21/09/2011 - Lifestyle - the new health threat
Obesity, tobacco and excess alcohol pose as much a threat to world health as infectious diseases did in the last century, a British politician has told the United Nations. More

19/09/2011 - Low-cost prevention plan
Growing rates of diseases such as cancer, heart disease and lung cancer could be prevented by spending less than a pound a year per person, according to a major report. More

16/09/2011 - Global action demanded on alcohol misuse
A leading group of doctors is demanding worldwide action on alcohol abuse, claiming there has been "a lamentable lack of any global remediable action". More

15/09/2011 - Female cancers blight millions
Two major cancers affect about two million women worldwide annually, according to an analysis published last night. More

14/09/2011 - Lifestyle's global sickness toll
Millions of people around the world are now dying early from life-style related diseases such as heart disease and many forms of cancer, according to a global report published today. More

14/09/2011 - Dementia diagnosis plea
Most cases of dementia remain undiagnosed around the world - and even in wealthy countries many people with the problem remain unrecognised, according to a report published yesterday. More

12/09/2011 - Blood pressure gene breakthrough
Scientists have made a major advance in the battle to control blood pressure, it was announced last night. More

31/08/2011 - Greater efforts needed to cut newborn deaths
The rate of deaths of new-born babies around the world has fallen, but more must be done, the World Health Organisation warned yesterday. More

21/07/2011 - Tall people face cancer risk
Tall people face an increased risk of developing cancer in almost all cultures, researchers said today. More

21/07/2011 - How psychiatry can diagnose society
Psychiatrists can play a key role in identifying social pressures caused by the changing economic climate, according to a French campaigner. More

14/07/2011 - Spiders "wrongly" blamed
Too many spiders are being blamed for unexplained flesh wounds, leading to patients getting wrong treatment, doctors warned today. More

13/07/2011 - Simpler approach to TB testing
Improved tests for tuberculosis can be used effectively in poorer countries, British researchers said today. More

04/07/2011 - End animal antibiotic abuse call
The world's nations need to end the routine use of antibiotics on farm animals to help keep humans safe from infection, a major summit said last week. More

27/06/2011 - Diabetes spread conundrum
The number of people worldwide with diabetes has doubled in the last 30 years, according to an analysis published as further research raised questions about the best way to treat the growing problem. More

21/06/2011 - More midwives for world - plea
The world needs more than a third of a million more midwives to prevent deaths of mothers and babies in many poor countries, a major report said yesterday. More

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