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18/10/2012 - Cut smoking more - pioneer
Anti-smoking pioneer Sir Richard Peto today calls for Britain to step up efforts to cut smoking rates. More

16/10/2012 - 170 million years lost to cancer - each year
Almost 170 million years of healthy life are lost to cancer across the globe each year, according to a new analysis published today. More

15/10/2012 - Britain seeks dementia lead
Britain is seeking to take the lead in promoting global research into dementia amid claims of a lack of investment in tackling the problem, it has been announced. More

10/10/2012 - Depression focus for mental health day
The world was urged today to end the stigma of depression as the 20th Mental Health Day arrived. More

09/10/2012 - Nobel prize for stem cell pioneers
A British scientist who played a key role in the development of stem cell research is to share the Nobel Prize for medicine with a Japanese scientist, it was announced yesterday. More

08/10/2012 - Children's cancer treatment drive call
Experts have called for a new drive to improve care of children with cancer with the aim of boosting research into the rarest diseases. More

05/10/2012 - Global crackdown on bogus web pharmacies
Increasing amounts of spam email selling illegal medicines are coming from organised crime groups, regulatory authorities revealed yesterday. More

05/10/2012 - Brits not bothered about flu scare
Britons were the most reluctant in the world to take measures to stop the spread of the swine flu epidemic, researchers say today. More

28/09/2012 - Take care message for world heart day
Most people leave it too late to start taking care of their heart, campaigners have warned. More

27/09/2012 - Time running out on world goals
The world is running out of time to meets its goal of saving the lives of millions of women and children from preventable diseases, a United Nations report warned yesterday. More

18/09/2012 - Industrial fat target for Euro-heart campaign
Levels of a dangerous industrially produced fat in European foods are falling - but are still too high, researchers warned today. More

29/08/2012 - Experts set out lightning guidelines
Wilderness doctors have published new guidance for dealing with the effects of lightning - including the best way to avoid it when caught in the open. More

21/08/2012 - Pregnancy drug use criticised
British experts have issued a warning about a drug in wide use in poor countries to save the lives of critically ill women after pregnancy. More

16/08/2012 - Joy at anti-smoking success
Campaigners claim a major blow has been dealt to the tobacco industry after a court backed the introduction of plain packaging for cigarettes. More

26/07/2012 - Liver virus's silent spread
The number of people in Britain infected with the hepatitis C virus is approaching a quarter of a million - and this is having an impact on illness, according to stark new figures published today. More

23/07/2012 - HIV prevention drugs projects call
Health officials want small projects set up worldwide to test the best way of using HIV drugs to prevent the disease. More

18/07/2012 - Unfitness takes toll on millions
More than five million people are dying every year because of physical inactivity, it was claimed today. More

12/07/2012 - New global drive on family planning
Midwives have hailed a global summit on family planning held in London, UK, yesterday as "historic". More

09/07/2012 - Fat vaccine success
Scientists have successfully tested vaccines that may help to combat obesity and help weight loss, it was announced today. More

09/07/2012 - New HRT rethink plea
A fresh plea is made today for a rethink on the hazards posed to women by hormone replacement therapy. More

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