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Sunbeds as harmful as cigarettes  London: The International Agency for Research on Cancer: Sunbeds pose a similar cancer risk as cigarettes and asbestos   Swine flu hits church wine  London: The archbishops of Canterbury and York are recommending that churches stop sharing the chalice at communion over flu fears Map offers hope in fight against malaria  London: A new map illustrating global risk in unprecedented detail suggests that wiping out the disease in many parts of the world is possible   PM urges Zimbabwe cholera action  London: Gordon Brown has urged the world to tell President Mugabe 'enough is enough' amid growing concern over the country's outbreak Superbug kills 90 in hospitals   Nurses who didn't wash their hands and left patients lying in soiled beds were are blaming for the deaths of contracted a bacterial infection... Farm infected with foot-and-mouth Map of Guildford United Kingdom
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B. 2015-01-03 UK nurse with Ebola now in critical condition Royal Free Hospital, London
C. 2014-10-13 Heathrow to start screening for Ebola Heathrow, London
2014-10-11 UK expects 'handful' of Ebola cases London
E. 2014-06-19 Harrison Ford broke left leg in accident Iver Heath, Buckinghamshire, England
F. 2014-02-02 Virus shuts top London restaurant
G. 2009-11-20 Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria London
H. 2009-07-29 Sunbeds as harmful as cigarettes London
I. 2009-07-23 Swine flu hits church wine London
J. 2009-03-24 Map offers hope in fight against malaria London

Harrison Ford broke left leg in accident   71-year-old Harrison Ford's left leg was broken in the injury he suffered while shooting the new Star Wars film, the US actor's publicist has... Virus shuts top London restaurant   Chef Heston Blumenthal has shut his central London restaurant after it was hit by an outbreak of a vomiting virus at the Mandarin Oriental h... Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria
  UK nurse with Ebola now in critical condition Map of Royal Free Hospital United Kingdom  London: Pauline Cafferkey, 39, who is being treated for Ebola in a hospital after contracting the disease while volunteering in Sierra Leone is now in critical condition   Heathrow to start screening for Ebola Map of Heathrow United Kingdom  London: Heathrow airport is to start screening for Ebola among passengers flying into the UK from countries at risk   UK expects 'handful' of Ebola cases


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  London: The UK should expect a 'handful' of Ebola cases in the coming months, the chief medical officer has said
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Nov.20
  London: Procter & Gamble is recalling Vicks Sinex spray in the United States, Britain and Germany after finding it contained bacteria

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Oct.12
Aug.3
  60 animals on the farm at a farm in Surrey have been found to be infected with foot-and-mouth disease
Feb.5   Bans on UK poultry amid flu cull   Russia and Japan banned British poultry imports as UK pressed ahead with a cull of 160,000 turkeys Feb.3   Bird flu virus is Asian strain
  The avian flu which killed 2,600 turkeys at a farm has been confirmed as the highly pathogenic H5N1.    Vets working to ...


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Dec.21   Flu 'could wipe out 62 million'
  The experts in The Lancet predict the toll today would be higher than in 1918, despite medical advances Dec.1   Pair test positive for polonium
  London: A contact and the wife of dead former spy Litvinenko have both tested positive for polonium-210
  Dead spy's contact 'has radiation'  London: An Italian academic Mario Scaramella who met Russian former spy on the day he was allegedly fatally poisoned

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Nov.30 AIDS considered 'greatest threat'  HIV and AIDS is considered 'the greatest risk to world health' by residents of Britain, France and Germany Oct.22   Parrot dies of bird flu  A parrot imported from Suriname that died in quarantine was infected with the highly pathogenic H5 strain Oct.18   Bird flu declared 'global threat'
  European Union foreign ministers declared the spread of the flu into Europe a threat requiring international action

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Nov.17 Burns diagnosed with brain tumor

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Jul.19 Full 'Dr. Death' horror revealed  Relatives of patients killed by Harold Shipman have been 'vindicated' in their struggle to reveal him as he killed at least 215 Apr.29 Web petition in right-to-die case  A terminally ill woman has launched a Web site petition to change UK law on assisted suicide after losing a legal battle

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Dec.7 Countess' sorrow at lost baby  Prince Edward's wife Sophie, 36, had an operation for an ectopic pregnancy Aug.31 Army fights foot-and-mouth


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