Research from Institute of Cancer Research suggests an over-sterile germ-free environment in the first year of life and "unlucky genetics" are major causes behind childhood leukaemia

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22 September 2018
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Research from Institute of Cancer Research suggests an over-sterile germ-free environment in the first year of life and "unlucky genetics" are major causes behind childhood leukaemia
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Kozhikode district collector confirms, death toll due to mipah virus rises to 6 in Kerala
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Death toll due to Nipah virus rises to three, confirms Kerala Health Minister KK Shailaja
Congo's health minister announces three new confirmed Ebola cases in city of 1 million.
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World Health Organization says vaccinations to begin on Sunday amid Ebola outbreak in Congo
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New Ebola toll: 45 cases with 14 confirmed and 25 dead: WHO
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Ebola: WHO raises Congo risk to 'very high'
Democratic Republic of Congo faces a “very high” public health risk from Ebola after the disease was confirmed in one patient in a major city, the World Health Organization said
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An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo may have spread to a densely populated urban area. There's 2 suspected cases in Mbandaka, a city of 1.2M people. It's 150 km from the rural area where the outbreak was first detected.
Ebola outbreak spreads to DR Congo city of Mbandaka, says WHO
WHO says Ebola outbreak has spread to DR Congo city
Ebola case confirmed in Mbandaka, a major city in the Democratic Republic of Congo - health minister
Congo, U.N. deploy specialists to tackle Ebola epidemic
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WHO preparing for 'worst case scenario' in DR Congo Ebola outbreak
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Healthcare workers feared infected in latest Ebola outbreak in DRC. WHO worries outbreak could spread to big cities the Congo River
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An Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo has killed 17 people, and 21 others show signs of hemorrhagic fever, according to the country's health ministry.
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Congo confirms two Ebola cases in northwest, 10 suspected
51 children hospitalized from school in Cherkassy, 11 in intensive care after suspected food poisoning. PM Groisman and Health minister Suprun on the way to the city
First death in romaine lettuce food poisoning outbreak reported in California after 121 sickened in 25 states, federal health officials say.
The Somali government declared the situation in flood affected areas in Hirshabelle as a national disaster. Somali leaders have appealed for assistance. Hundreds of thousands of people fled their homes amid fear of possible outbreak of diseases.
Bill Gates calls on U.S. to lead fight against a pandemic that could kill 33 million in six months. "We've got to push this..with the executive branch and Congress quite a bit," he said.
Malaria on rise in crisis-hit Venezuela, WHO says
WHO calls for free access to Duma to provide medical care for victims of chemical attack
WHO says estimated 500 Douma patients went to health facilities with 'signs and symptoms consistent with exposure to toxic chemicals': statement
In the Dnipro, 23 students of the Agrouniversity were affected by measles
Tuberculosis case confirmed on Ole Miss campus
3 new flu deaths reported, 348 total for the season, NC health officials say
Merced High student diagnosed with tuberculosis. Up to 200 on campus to be tested
Zimbabwe bans imports of processed meat products from South Africa after listeria outbreak - Ministry of Health
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The Houston Fire Department Just Declared A Mass Casualty Incident After 22 Students Become Sick From An Unknown Substance At The Young Women's Preparatory Academy Near Downtown Houston -Scanner
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