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09/12/2010 - TB test substitute
A new high-speed test for TB is to be introduced world-wide, it was announced yesterday. More

02/12/2010 - Best body weight revealed
Experts say they have now established the best body weight - keeping the risk of death to a minimum for people with healthy lifestyles. More

01/12/2010 - HIV 'tied' to human rights
The promotion and protection of human rights is crucial for effectively tacking HIV, the World Health Organisation said today. More

26/11/2010 - Passive smoking blamed for one in 100 deaths
More than 600,000 deaths a year are caused by passive smoking, 165,000 of which are among children, researchers said today. More

08/11/2010 - Abandon quinine call
After 300 years, quinine could be abandoned as a treatment for malaria, experts have said. More

29/10/2010 - Deadliest forms of malaria could be eliminated
The deadliest forms of malaria could be eliminated in 15 years, experts say today. More

25/10/2010 - Warning on mutant swine flu virus
Many of those who died from swine flu last year were infected by a mutant version of the virus, researchers have revealed. More

15/10/2010 - Global handwashing day
People are being reminded to wash their hands properly to prevent diseases. More

14/10/2010 - Vaccine hope amid TB crisis
Scientists are hoping to develop a "super vaccine" against tuberculosis, it was announced last night. More

24/09/2010 - Malaria research breakthrough
A single protein could be responsible for the development of a killer malaria parasite, British researchers reveal today. More

22/09/2010 - Global costs of dementia
Governments across the world are “woefully unprepared” to cope with the £388 billion global cost of looking after people with dementia, according to a major report published yesterday. More

20/09/2010 - Test-tube baby treatment "safe enough"
Test-tube baby treatment is “safe enough”, one of the world’s leading experts has told a major conference. More

17/09/2010 - UN will miss child death target
The United Nations will not achieve its target to reduce the global child death rate by two-thirds, experts warn today. More

16/09/2010 - Maternal deaths falling - WHO
Thousands fewer women worldwide are now dying during pregnancy as efforts to improve health take effect, according to figures published today. More

14/09/2010 - The joy of spring - in the lab
The spring is known as a time for reproduction - and this applies even in the laboratory, researchers reveal today. More

10/09/2010 - Plea for equipment for poor countries
Much needs to be done to enable developing countries gain access to life-enhancing and life-saving medical equipment, a global conference heard yesterday. More

02/09/2010 - Human evolution continuing?
Some people may have unique genetic variants whilst many others share rare genetic traits with a small number of other people, according to a major study of human DNA published last night. More

17/08/2010 - Midwives condemn home-birth backlash
A midwife leader has launched a strong defence of home births amid concern of a global movement against them. More

17/08/2010 - Surgery "safe" in poor countries
Surgery can safely be performed in countries with limited resources, doctors from Medecins Sans Frontieres have reported. More

16/08/2010 - Weight drug problems pose research issues
Researchers have revealed details of a major study that sought to test the impact of a weight loss drug on heart disease - but was stopped amid concern at suicide rates. More

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