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2015/05/22 14:25
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A woman stuck in snow in Malmö during the winter. Photo: TT Swedes among least likely to die from cold Published: 22 May 2015 15:41 GMT+02:00 Cold weather kills 20 times more people as hot weather,...
2015/05/22 14:25
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2015/05/22 12:21
2015/05/22 12:21
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Revealed, the items DIRTIER than a toilet seat, including tap handles, food menus and your own make-up bag Kitchen taps harbour up to 44 times more bacteria than a toilet seat Toothbrushes, lipstick...
2015/05/22 11:03
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Researchers looked into 74 million deaths between 1985 and 2012 in 13 countries where there was a wide variety of climate, from chilly to subtropical. They matched these against data on temperatures,...
2015/05/22 10:45
2015/05/22 10:45
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When mosquito season rolls around, people light citronella candles, slather themselves with repellant and cover up as much skin as possible to protect against annoying, painful bites. While those...
2015/05/21 23:24
2015/05/21 23:24
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South Africa has been urged to invest more in its HIV-Aids, TB and medical male circumcision programmes as this would bring good returns and impact on the economy. This emerged yesterday at the Post...
2015/05/21 03:43
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PARIS - Colder weather kills more people than hot spells, a probe into a key issue of public-health policy said on Thursday. Researchers looked into 74 million deaths between 1985 and 2012 in 13...
2015/05/20 10:52
2015/05/20 10:52
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Bringing science and development together through original news and analysis Webinar - Health systems research in fragile and conflict-affected states: creating consensus on a global research agenda...
2015/05/13 19:57
2015/05/13 19:57
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London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine divests from coal companies LSHTM is the fourth university in the UK to have committed to some form of fossil fuel divestment, following Glasgow,...
2015/05/12 10:31
2015/05/12 10:31
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HOPES of a universal, commercially licensed malaria vaccine this year may have dimmed as the first candidate malaria vaccine to reach phase III clinical trials, though safe, has been found to provide...
2015/05/11 09:28
2015/05/11 09:28
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The anti-impotence drug Viagra helps eliminate malaria from the blood circulation which may reduce transmission of the deadly parasite from humans to mosquitoes, a new study has found. It does so by...
2015/05/08 22:43
2015/05/08 22:43
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York County, Va. – Some people are attracted to mosquitoes more than others. That’s a claim from a recent study from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. And that attraction, the study...
2015/05/07 06:35
2015/05/07 06:35
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Europe’s growing obesity crisis will see almost three-quarters of men and two-thirds of women in the UK being overweight in 15 years, health experts have said. Projections by the World Health...
2015/05/04 17:21
2015/05/04 17:21
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How being slightly overweight is GOOD for your health: Fat tissue 'boosts brain's energy levels and affects metabolism and ageing' Enzyme called NAMPT secreted by fat cells controls brain's energy...
2015/05/03 11:39
2015/05/03 11:39
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What Happens To A Country When An Outbreak Of Ebola Ends? Liberia is nearing a milestone. On May 9, its Ebola outbreak will be officially declared over, assuming no new cases between now and then.But...
2015/05/03 07:34
2015/05/03 07:34
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APThe worlds 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. Picture:...
2015/05/01 10:08
2015/05/01 10:08
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Mosquitoes are rapidly developing resistance to insecticides used in bednets that millions of people rely on to protect them from malaria, experts say. Scientists are racing to develop new...
2015/05/01 08:50
2015/05/01 08:50
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... Health) –In the largest study ever to look at relationships between body weight and likelihood of developing dementia, researchers found that being too thin appears to carry the greatest...
2015/05/01 07:34
2015/05/01 07:34
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London – 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...
2015/05/01 01:20
2015/05/01 01:20
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It may be tempting to think that bed bugs could be eliminated, if only we found just the right deadly chemical formula. But uncovering new insecticides is a difficult task as well as an expensive one....
2015/05/01 00:09
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Having mothers who lived into their 80s or 90s was also important although paternal age of death did not seem to matter. Most of the men had also not developed dementia and were still bright and...
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