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26/06/2012 - New swine flu death estimate
More than half a million people may have died during the emergence of the swine flu virus, researchers say today. More

20/06/2012 - Plans to boost midwife care worldwide
A new global collaboration is aiming to spread information on best practice, in order to improve midwifery services around the world. More

13/06/2012 - Diesel fume cancer warning
Regular exposure to diesel engine exhaust can increase the risk of lung cancer, international experts ruled last night. More

11/06/2012 - Tackle common child diseases - Unicef
More than two million children could be saved every year by stepping up simple treatments to tackle two common illnesses, experts have warned. More

08/06/2012 - Premature baby rate falls in just three countries
The numbers of premature babies born is rising worldwide - and has fallen in only three countries over the past 20 years, researchers say today. More

07/06/2012 - Impact of climate change on health needs attention
Action to cut the health impact of climate change must be taken at all levels, according to a new analysis. More

01/06/2012 - Global cancer cases set to soar by 2030, claims study
The number of people with cancer is set to soar by more than 90 per cent in some of the poorest countries in the world within two decades, it is claimed today. More

22/05/2012 - Global health improving - Chan
Worldwide economic troubles have not stopped the "momentum" to improve health, the director general of the World Health Organisation said yesterday. More

11/05/2012 - Child deaths "preventable" worldwide
Preventable infectious diseases were responsible for almost two-thirds of deaths in children under five worldwide, according to figures published today. More

09/05/2012 - Infection prevention could avoid two million cancers every year
About two million cases of cancer each year are caused by infections which may be preventable or treatable, experts say today. More

25/04/2012 - New and old risks to adolescent health
A series of articles in this week's Lancet highlights the wide range of health risks faced by adolescents in the modern world. More

24/04/2012 - Week focuses on boosting vaccination
More than 180 countries are taking part in World Immunisation Week this week, it was announced yesterday. More

23/04/2012 - Smoke heart harm reduction call
Researchers have come up with ideas for reducing the harm caused by smoking to the heart, including changes to exercise and diet. More

20/04/2012 - Allergic disease reaching ‘epidemic proportions’
The increase in allergic diseases and asthma is in danger of reaching epidemic proportions, experts have claimed. More

12/04/2012 - World warned on dementia
The world is unprepared for the growing epidemic of dementia linked to the ageing of populations, experts said yesterday. More

10/04/2012 - Drug-resistant malaria proliferating
A strain of malaria that is resistant to standard treatment has been extensively reported along the Thailand-Burma border. More

04/04/2012 - Over 60s world health issue
The health of people over the age of 60 is set to come under the spotlight this week. More

23/03/2012 - TB alert as numbers grow
Britain may face a resurgent TB problem, according to figures released today. More

14/03/2012 - High rate of medical errors in developing countries
Patients in hospitals in the developing world may face an unrecorded toll of healthcare related harm, researchers warned today. More

08/03/2012 - Women's day celebrates ground-breaking projects
Projects around the world aimed at improving the health and well-being of women were being honoured today. More

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