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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

12/10/2009 - ICU warning on swine flu
Up to 20 per cent of intensive care beds could be occupied by swine flu patients if the disease becomes a winter epidemic, according to a new analysis. More

07/10/2009 - Old flu vaccine may protect against new virus
People who were vaccinated against ordinary flu last winter may have been enjoying protection against the new swine flu virus, researchers report today. More

06/10/2009 - Telomere researchers get Nobel
Three scientists who discovered the secret of cell ageing shared the Nobel Prize for Medicine between themselves yesterday. More

02/10/2009 - Babies will hit century - claim
More than half of babies born in rich nations today may live to be 100, according to an analysis today. More

18/09/2009 - Swine flu resumes spread
The spread of swine flu in Britain may have resumed with the return of children to school, health officials warned yesterday. More

14/09/2009 - New blood pressure drug
A new drug could add to the armoury of treatments available for high blood pressure, doctors report today. More

11/09/2009 - Call for widespread swine flu vaccination
Children should get any new swine flu vaccine as soon as possible to halt an epidemic, US researchers said last night. More

11/09/2009 - Call to limit preventable early death
Dangerous driving is one of the main killers of young people worldwide, experts warn today. More

08/09/2009 - Test athlete hearts call
Young athletes should be routinely tested for heart abnormalities to prevent sudden death, researchers warned yesterday. More

04/09/2009 - Second flu wave warning
Britain's chief medical officer issued fresh warnings against complacency yesterday as scientists suggested swine flu may drive out other forms of the disease. More

27/08/2009 - World's poor targeted by tobacco
The world's poorest countries are being deliberately targeted by the tobacco industry, resulting in millions of preventable deaths, it was alleged yesterday. More

24/08/2009 - Healthy patients don't need flu drugs - WHO
International guidelines released at the weekend seemed to contradict the British policy of handing out anti-viral drugs to all flu patients. More

21/08/2009 - Swine flu deaths rise as new countries are hit
The number of deaths of swine flu patients continues to rise - even though the spread of the disease has slowed in many countries, it was reported yesterday. More

07/08/2009 - Flu rates fall
The school holidays may have led to a marked slowing down of the spread of swine flu in Britain, according to the latest estimates. More

04/08/2009 - Funds flock to fundamental threats
Diseases that pose a "fundamental threat" to humanity tend to soak up massive research funding, according to an analysis published yesterday. More

31/07/2009 - Flu outbreak stabilises in Britain - but not Asia
The British swine flu outbreak seemed to be stabilising yesterday after schools broke up for the summer holidays. More

30/07/2009 - Flu risk to pregnancy serious - experts
Measures to protect pregnant women from swine flu must be stepped up, experts said yesterday - warning that these women face a high risk of complications. More

30/07/2009 - Sunbeds cause cancer - official
Sunbeds joined radon gas and tobacco yesterday as an official cause of cancer. More

24/07/2009 - Swine flu rates double
The number of people falling ill from swine flu may have doubled in England in the last week, according to the latest figures. More

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