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04/12/2009 - Measles battle on the cusp
Deaths from measles world-wide have been dramatically reduced in the last decade, according to figures published last night. More

02/12/2009 - Carla backs baby HIV campaign
Euro-celebrity Carla Bruni-Sarkovsky has been backing calls to eliminate HIV transmission to new-born babies. More

30/11/2009 - Breast-feeding safe for HIV mums - WHO
Mothers infected with HIV should breast-feed their babies whilst continuing to take drug treatment, according to new global guidelines published today. More

27/11/2009 - Doubts over swine flu trends
It is "too early" to say whether the swine flu outbreak has reached its peak in northern countries, an expert said yesterday. More

26/11/2009 - Fight climate change and boost health - doctors
Senior doctors weighed in behind claims that tackling climate change could improve health yesterday. More

25/11/2009 - Tide turned in AIDS battle
World-wide campaigns against AIDS are reducing infection rates and death rates, experts reported yesterday. More

25/11/2009 - Salt a major killer - researchers
The high level of salt eaten in the food of many countries is directly linked to stroke and heart disease, researchers claimed today. More

23/11/2009 - Mutant flu virus linked to deaths
An investigation is under way into a mutant swine flu virus responsible for the first Norwegian deaths from the disease. More

20/11/2009 - Chronic lung disease needs attention
Experts on lung disease published a new book on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) to mark World COPD Day this week. More

17/11/2009 - New video games may boost heart health
Video games - blamed for the unfitness of modern youth - may finally be redressing the balance, a major heart conference heard yesterday. More

16/11/2009 - Call for cosmetic surgery ad crack down
Two for one offers and surgical holidays are placing people who want to look better at "great risk", experts warn today. More

10/11/2009 - Plea for women's health - WHO
Women provide most health care globally - but often do not get the care they need, according to a hard-hitting report published yesterday. More

09/11/2009 - Northern winter spreads flu pandemic
More than 6,000 deaths from swine flu have now been reported worldwide as the virus spreads rapidly through the northern hemisphere, it has been announced. More

04/11/2009 - Women's heart Euro-summit
Not enough research is done into heart disease in women, experts will tell a major European conference this week. More

04/11/2009 - Improved disclosure needed for drug firm-sponsored events
Efforts to agree standards of disclosure for events held by drug companies have proved inadequate, investigators have warned. More

03/11/2009 - Vaccine protects pregnant as flu epidemic hits new country
A swine flu vaccine works well with pregnant women - a key risk group in the pandemic - after just one dose, researchers reported last night. More

22/10/2009 - Plea to build on child vaccine successes
More than 100 million children worldwide are getting vaccinations - contributing to a steep decline in measles cases, international agencies reported last night. More

16/10/2009 - Global impact of cannabis revealed
A new review of cannabis use around the world suggests it has been used by one in 25 adults aged 15 to 64 years. More

15/10/2009 - Handwashing day highlights global hygiene pleas
Shame may play a key role in improving hygiene and preventing infection, British experts said today - designated Global Handwashing Day by campaigners. More

13/10/2009 - Swine flu's killer streak revealed
Two new studies highlight the threat posed by swine flu in the earliest stages of the outbreak - leading to comparisons with the deadly 1918 pandemic. More

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