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24/05/2010 - UK slumps in child survival league
Britain has the worst child death rate in western Europe, according to shock figures published last night. More

18/05/2010 - Smallpox clue to AIDS battle
The world needs to learn the lesson from smallpox eradication to combat the threats to 21st century health, a global gathering was told yesterday. More

11/05/2010 - Global baby care call
The world needs to improve the care of new-born babies to reduce the toll of child deaths, the World Health Organisation warns today. More

06/05/2010 - Midwife call to prevent maternal morbidity
Midwives have called for the world to pay attention to the plight of millions of women damaged during childbirth. More

03/05/2010 - Child medicine shortage highlighted
A new global guide to children's medicines has highlighted shortages in many common diseases. More

30/04/2010 - Australia defies death - survey
Working age men in Iceland have the lowest death rates in the world - whilst Australian rates are amongst the fastest falling, new figures showed today. More

26/04/2010 - Rapid testing to revolutionise malaria treatment
More than a dozen tests for rapid diagnosis of malaria have been approved - enabling doctors to roll out treatments to the world's poorest communities, it has been announced. More

13/04/2010 - Maternal deaths falling - mostly
Several wealthy countries have seen surprising increases in deaths of pregnant women - whilst poorer countries are making big progress against the problem, according to a major analysis published yesterday. More

25/03/2010 - Surprise links swine flu to 1918
The mutation that makes flu viruses become pandemics may also be their main weakness, researchers revealed last night. More

22/03/2010 - TB threat growing - experts
Both Britain and the world face growing threats from TB, experts have warned. More

11/03/2010 - Hope for pregnancy malaria vaccine
Researchers say they have taken a significant step in developing a vaccine to protect pregnant women against malaria. More

09/03/2010 - Hope for beating killer diseases
The world can take real hope that the scourge of diseases such as malaria, HIV and TB may be neutralised within a few years, campaigners said yesterday. More

05/03/2010 - Flu threats bubble in tropics
Recorded deaths from swine flu in England have increased substantially in the last fortnight - while bird flu is resurfacing in some parts of the world, it was announced yesterday. More

01/03/2010 - HIV drug link threat warning
Not many countries are offering adequate services to prevent drug users contracting HIV - and they are missing a chance to stem the spread of the virus, researchers warn today. More

12/02/2010 - Plan for long hot summers - Lancet
Public health advice may need a rethink if long hot summers return to Britain through global warming, an expert says today. More

04/02/2010 - Infection fight for Cancer Day
The bugs that can cause cancer are the focus of World Cancer Day today. More

02/02/2010 - Red Eye launches heart month
The London Eye turned red last night along with major landmarks around Britain as campaigners launched a major drive against heart disease. More

01/02/2010 - Billions pledged for vaccines
PC profits are to be ploughed into the development of vaccines against diseases which kill millions of children around the world, it has been announced. More

26/01/2010 - Malaria pregnancy risk - millions affected
As many as 60 per cent of pregnant women worldwide are at risk from malaria, researchers warned today. More

19/01/2010 - Doctors struggle against Haiti devastation
The medical relief charity Medecins Sans Frontieres was finally able to begin construction of an inflatable field hospital in earthquake-shattered Haiti yesterday. More

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