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05/04/2011 - Work-life imbalance warning
People who spend long hours at work seem to face an increased risk of developing heart disease, British researchers reported last night. More

04/04/2011 - Hay fever hope greets world week
Millions of hay fever sufferers have been urged to take hope as the onset of spring threatens misery. More

29/03/2011 - Teen death toll a world problem
Teenagers are dying around the world in large numbers from various kinds of injury, experts warned today. More

25/03/2011 - New TB test unveiled
A new diagnostic test can identify people with drug-resistant tuberculosis (DR-TB) in hours, a report by Médecins Sans Frontières says. More

22/03/2011 - Priority medicines for babies and childbirth
Simple treatments such as zinc, rehydration therapy and oxytocin for childbirth must be available in all countries to save the lives of children and their mothers, global experts said yesterday. More

18/03/2011 - Smoking and diabetes aggravate TB spread
Efforts to thwart tuberculosis are being hampered by increased rates in drug resistance and other risk factors such as smoking and diabetes, experts warn today. More

10/03/2011 - Transplant drive for Kidney Day
More effort should be made to enable kidney patients to get transplants before they need dialysis, new UK guidelines say today. More

08/03/2011 - 100 years on - much to do for women
A hundred years of campaigning to improve women's health has left many challenges, experts said today. More

07/03/2011 - Heart genes multiply
Researchers named 17 new genes for heart disease last night - opening up dozens of new avenues into research on treatment and prevention. More

02/03/2011 - Breast screening plans challenged
Doubts have been raised over efforts to bring in population-based mammography screening to poorer countries. More

18/02/2011 - Genes may help predict flu
Scientists may soon be able to use genetics to predict which strain of flu will affect populations in any given year. More

14/02/2011 - Teen drinking alarm evidence call
Evidence that late adolescent drinking leads to physical and mental health problems in adulthood is of “poor quality”, researchers have concluded. More

04/02/2011 - Female cancer risk grows as exercise urged
British women are facing an increased risk of developing breast cancer, experts warned today. More

04/02/2011 - Obesity doubled in 30 years
Obesity has almost doubled worldwide since 1980, but blood pressure and cholesterol levels have improved in many high-income countries, experts say today. More

02/02/2011 - World cholesterol problem
Thousands of people in the UK share a common problem with Jordanians and Mexicans - they have untreated high cholesterol, according to a global study published yesterday. More

31/01/2011 - New push to eradicate polio
World leaders have been urged to back a final push to eradicate polio. More

25/01/2011 - Easy living link to cancer risk
Experts have blamed unhealthy lifestyles for high cancer rates in wealthy countries such as Britain and Denmark. More

17/12/2010 - Do Santa's sleepless nights risk his health?
Santa Claus and his elves could be risking their health by staying awake for days and nights at a time to deliver presents to children all over the world, experts have claimed. More

10/12/2010 - New meningitis vaccine could wipe out epidemics
The West African nation of Burkina Faso has become the first country to begin a nationwide campaign to introduce a new meningitis vaccine, it has been announced. More

09/12/2010 - Herbal wizards get WHO treatment
Global health officials are seeking to get to grips with traditional medicines in a bid to ensure they can be researched properly. More

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