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18/07/2013 - New virus not a global emergency - yet
The mysterious outbreak of a deadly new virus in the Middle East does not rank as a global health emergency, it was decided yesterday. More

05/07/2013 - Middle East virus not yet at pandemic potential
A deadly new virus may not yet pose a major threat to the world, researchers say today. More

01/07/2013 - Extend HIV treatment - WHO
Patients infected with HIV should be offered drug treatment much earlier than in the past, according to major new global guidelines published yesterday. More

28/06/2013 - Arrests in fake medicine crackdown
Nearly 10,000 websites selling counterfeit and unlicensed medicines have been shut down last week in a global operation, it was announced yesterday. More

24/06/2013 - Search for allergy causes in womb
Food allergies may be acquired before birth, a major conference has been told. More

21/06/2013 - Women face epidemic of violence
Violence against women is a health problem of epidemic proportions, the World Health Organisation said yesterday. More

17/06/2013 - Clues on new virus
The deadly new virus emerging from the Middle East should not be compared with the earlier SARS disease, researchers warn today. More

14/06/2013 - WHO calls for voluntary blood donors
The World Health Organisation has called for all countries across the globe to obtain their blood and blood products from unpaid volunteer donors by 2020. More

06/06/2013 - Starvation and obesity twin challenges for the poor
The world's poorest countries are facing a dual health challenge of malnutrition and obesity among children, experts warned today. More

31/05/2013 - Call for global crack-down on tobacco promotion
Health officials today called for worldwide bans on tobacco advertising and promotion as part of the drive to reduce smoking rates. More

30/05/2013 - New virus incubates for week or more
A deadly new virus emerging in the Middle East incubates for up to two weeks before victims suffer symptoms, doctors warned today. More

28/05/2013 - New virus sparks global alarm
A mysterious new virus that has emerged in Asia is the greatest current health threat to the world, a global summit heard yesterday. More

20/05/2013 - Yellow fever booster jab abandoned
The life-saving yellow fever vaccine does not need a booster dose, experts have concluded. More

17/05/2013 - Men's health a world problem - experts
Global strategies are failing to tackle the problems posed by men's health and behaviour, it is claimed today. More

16/05/2013 - World health goals elusive
Dramatic progress has been made in improving the health of the world's poorest countries - but not as much as had been hoped, according to figures published yesterday. More

13/05/2013 - Saudi virus infectious between people
Health officials sounded alarm bells about the new Middle Eastern virus yesterday amid concern it is proving infectious between humans. More

09/05/2013 - Fungus treatment call for asthma care
Thousands of patients with asthma may need anti-fungal therapy, experts have reported. More

07/05/2013 - Asthma care boost call
Campaigners are set to urge England's new health bosses today to eradicate the massive differences in asthma care around the country. More

25/04/2013 - Malaria threat to Mekong
South-east Asia is facing a major threat from malaria as drug-resistant strains of the disease emerge, health officials warned today. More

12/04/2013 - Antenatal care saves babies
Reducing antenatal appointments for pregnant woman is not as safe as has been thought, researchers warn today. More

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