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PARIS - The world's most advanced malaria candidate vaccine offers young children partial protection that wanes with time, but could shield millions against the deadly parasite, its developers said...
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2015/04/24 11:51
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Fat, smelly people more attractive to mosquitos – but may help prevent spread of malaria AN ANTI-mozzie pill that could help in the battle against malaria could be developed after scientists...
2015/04/23 23:42
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The world’s first malaria vaccine is partially effective and could protect small children from the life-threatening disease, according to scientists who have completed the final trials. The vaccine...
2015/04/22 07:45
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This is a media release from the British Embassy, Manila. The British Embassy is calling all researchers and scientists to submit proposals to the Newton Fund that will meet the health needs of...
2015/04/21 15:09
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A growing body of scientific clues � some ambiguous, others substantive � suggests that the Ebola virus may have lurked in the West African rain forest for years, perhaps decades, before igniting the...
2015/04/21 08:32
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FOR WOMEN, the act of bringing life into this world has historically meant risking their own lives, with the real prospect of death during childbirth. But though great strides are being made in...
2015/04/21 08:32
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London — Poor quality drugs, not fake medicines, are the real threat in fight against malaria, causing deaths and increasing the risk of drug resistance, researchers said on Monday. While previous...
2015/04/18 15:18
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If you've ever had a tall man stand in front of you at a concert, blocking your view, and wished that he would have a heart attack, the odds were against you. Tall men are less likely to develop...
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Professor Patel is also the co-Director of the Centre for the Control of Chronic Conditions at Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI). Noted Goa-based psychiatrist and professor of international...
2015/04/17 00:50
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AUSTRALIAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION INDUSTRIAL COORDINATION MEETING Association of Salaried Medical SpecialistsNEW HEALTH MINISTER – NO PRESSURE!Since the last Industrial Coordination Committee the...
2015/04/16 20:43
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In the profile titled 'India's reformer-in-chief', Obama has described Modi's life story "from poverty to Prime Minister" as one that reflects the dynamism and potential of India's rise. "Today, he's...
2015/04/16 15:25
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Sweden has sent angry smoke signals for months after the European Commission for Health Tonio Borg announced plans to ban added flavours to tobacco products, citing the need not to mask potentially...
2015/04/13 22:22
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How love handles can help you live longer: As astonishing new research shows being overweight can help ward off dementia A study suggests overweight people are less likely to develop dementia Those...
2015/04/09 21:18
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THE NETHERLANDS: The Netherlands is the land of giants: on average, its women stand almost 1.71 metres (5 feet 7 inches) tall, and its men 1.84 metres. But how the Dutch became the world's tallest...
2015/04/09 05:41
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There is "clear evidence" linking increased food bank use with UK areas that have seen greater unemployment and welfare and government spending cuts, scientists say. An Oxford University-led team...
2015/04/08 00:28
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Tall Dutch men appear to be driving people in the Netherlands to get even taller due to natural selection, researchers have found. Over the past 200 years, people in the Netherlands have gone from...
2015/03/31 07:09
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... rapid penetration into teenage culture of what is essentially a new drug use option is without precedent. “Of particular concern is our finding that teenage ex-smokers who accessed e-cigarettes...
2015/03/30 20:08
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A major new study revealed that 20 per cent of teens has tried e-cigarettes – and almost one in six of those had not previously used conventional cigarettes. The research also established a strong...
2015/03/30 14:31
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Consuming three alcoholic beverages per day is enough to cause liver cancer, but regularly drinking coffee could offset the effects of the disease, a team of scientists affiliated with the World...
2015/03/30 07:44
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Parents are failing to spot obesity in their children, risking a major public health crisis, according to new research. In a study of 2,976 UK families, only four parents thought their child was very...
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