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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
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12/09/2011 - Blood pressure gene breakthrough
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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
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14/07/2011 - Spiders "wrongly" blamed
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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

14/06/2011 - Blood donors going global
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10/06/2011 - Urgent work needed to fund vaccine trials
A British paediatrician is leading calls for increased funding to develop 20 vaccines over the next ten years – and says developing nations must contribute. More

06/06/2011 - HIV battle pace stepped up
The world has made fast progress in tackling HIV infection in poor countries - but needs to use innovative ideas to step up the pace, a major summit is to be told this week. More

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31/05/2011 - World steps up anti-smoking action
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A controversial super-pill, taken daily by healthy people, could massively reduce rates of heart disease and stroke, researchers claimed today. More

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