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22/01/2009 - Media trust boosts health
The mass media can help improve general health, researchers claimed today. More

19/01/2009 - Heart gene affects one per cent
As many as one per cent of the world's population carry a newly-discovered heart disease gene, it was announced last night. More

15/01/2009 - Research backs surgical check-list
Introducing a simple check-list for surgical operations can reduce complications by as much as a third, a major international study revealed today. More

08/01/2009 - Call to boost childbirth safety in poor countries
Technologies to prevent and manage obstetric complications are being neglected in under-resourced countries, say researchers. More

30/12/2008 - Killer flu genes found
Scientists say they may have found the genes responsible for the deadly nature of the last century's worst flu epidemic. More

01/12/2008 - Ideas for Aids treatment - but patients must take it
The mineral selenium may have a major role to play in protecting against the Aids virus, researchers reported yesterday. More

27/11/2008 - Flawed reporting of herbal trials
Most media reporting of drug trials and alternative medicines is flawed, researchers claimed today. More

24/11/2008 - Rat plague may bring heart disease
Rats may be spreading a new, hidden plague around the world, researchers warned today. More

20/11/2008 - Bristol lab helped grow Claudia's new windpipe
British scientists have been talking about their part in creating the first transplant organ created from a patient's own cells. More

10/11/2008 - New indicator for statins
A major international heart disease trial has been halted after successfully identifying a powerful new test for risk. More

10/11/2008 - Vitamins fail heart trial
The idea that vitamin supplements can prevent heart disease has failed to win support in a major study, a conference was being told today. More

07/11/2008 - Global alcohol policies needed to cut harm
Experts today call for international controls to regulate the sale of alcohol. More

04/11/2008 - Snakes kill thousands
The snake has terrorised mankind since the dawn of time - and still does, according to a new analysis. More

29/10/2008 - Report gives insight into global disease
Heart disease is one of the big killers in all countries, whether rich or poor, according to a new analysis. More

15/10/2008 - World needs improved health systems, says major report
Countries with poor health should develop better primary health systems, according to a major report published today. More

10/10/2008 - New project highlights global mental health needs
People with mental disorders in the developing world are not getting the help they need, the World Health Organisation warned today. More

22/09/2008 - Warning on e-cigarettes
The World Health Organisation has distanced itself from a new high-tech cigarette substitute. More

12/09/2008 - Renew focus on child mortality - call
New figures on global child mortality show a continuing inequality between rich and poor countries. More

20/06/2008 - Allergy sufferers need better care worldwide
The plight of allergy sufferers around the world has been put under the spotlight in a new global report from the World Allergy Organisation. More

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