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Farmers protest livestock cull in Bulgaria after rinderpest outbreak
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Speculation about Juncker's health 'tasteless'
A European Commission spokesman has denounced the question of whether European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker was drunk on Wednesday following his public stumble.
Syphilis and gonorrhoea spikes in the UK
Recent numbers released by Public Health England show there was a 20% increase in the sexually transmitted infection syphilis.
Italy’s measles doll sparks controversy
An Italian toy maker has been urged to withdraw a doll that can be cured of the measles using "magic" wipes and cream.
Malawi cholera cases pass 500, eight people dead
Ministry of Health spokesman Joshua Malango said the number of cases had increased to 527 from 157 recorded in January, and that deaths had doubled from four to eight.
US woman first-ever human infected with parasitic cattle eye worms
As many as 14 of the translucent creatures were extracted from her left eye after she was left itching for over a week.
'Alarming' African Swine Fever creeps closer to Germany
Six EU countries are affected. Experts have labelled the situation 'alarming'.
World AIDS Day: 'Prevention' is key
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Romania screens transfusions after West Nile disease outbreak
Medical experts in Romania are monitoring blood transfusions after six people died and another 16 were infected with West Nile disease. The
Who or what is killing Narbonne's cats?
More than 200 cats have been found dead at Saint-Pierre-la-Mer near Narbonne since the start of June.
New malaria vaccine pilots in Africa
The World Health Organisation has announced live trials of Mosquirix in Ghana, Kenya and Malawi.
Nigeria meningitis death toll rises, 745 killed
A meningitis outbreak in Nigeria has killed 745 people, an increase of more than 50 percent in barely a week, officials said Wednesday, sounding the alarm over the feared epidemic.
How EU's vaccine doubts are harming global measles fight
Measles is on the rise in parts of Europe amid a trend of high scepticism towards vaccines in some rich countries, research shows.
France culls a million ducks and geese
The aim is to contain a severe outbreak of bird flu, which has been spreading rapidly over the past month.
Three new cases of bird flu in Poland
Three new cases of bird flu have been reported at poultry farms in western and southern Poland.
Fresh bird flu cases emerge in France
Thousands of farm birds have been put to the slaughter to combat the spread of avian influenza in France's foie gras heartland.
‘Little arms and big ideas - fighting for social inclusion’
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The surprising results have come from a US study in monkeys involving an antibody used to treat Crohn's disease.
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