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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

14/06/2011 - Blood donors going global
Growing numbers of countries are successfully using unpaid volunteers to collect blood donations, it was announced today. More

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

03/06/2011 - Radiation from airport body scanners is “tiny”
Airport body scanners are safe to use, a study has found. More

31/05/2011 - World steps up anti-smoking action
Global campaigners were celebrating success today for World No Tobacco Day - with warnings about further battles in the campaign against the toll of smoking-related disease. More

26/05/2011 - Super-pill cuts heart risk - claim
A controversial super-pill, taken daily by healthy people, could massively reduce rates of heart disease and stroke, researchers claimed today. More

12/05/2011 - New mosquito threat to travellers
UK travellers to Thailand and India are returning with diseases caused by mosquito bites, health officials warned yesterday. More

05/05/2011 - Airline advice for in-flight emergencies
Airlines should improve their handling of in-flight medical emergencies, according to experts. More

28/04/2011 - Non-infectious diseases "disaster" - world forum
Millions of people worldwide are dying from preventable, non-infectious diseases, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

27/04/2011 - Gut bacteria groups uncovered
In addition to blood groups, people belong to "intestinal bacteria groups" which can affect their health, according to a new scientific study. More

26/04/2011 - Immunisation drive worldwide
A global drive is under way to boost vaccination rates of children. More

25/04/2011 - Hope and alarm for World Malaria Day
Growing numbers of British travellers are failing to take tablets to prevent malaria - and then succumbing to the disease, a health watchdog warned today. More

14/04/2011 - Global call to tackle stillbirths
Millions of babies are born dead worldwide every year because simple health measures are not in place, experts said today. More

07/04/2011 - Drug resistance threat "ominous"
The growing failure of drugs to tackle infections was named today as one of the major threats to world health. More

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