DNA screening devices that profile health risks are banned in the US – but now legal in the UK
Scientists have observed an 'incremental change' in HIV which could lead to the virus gradually becoming 'watered down'
UN chief says Ebola could still spread beyond West Africa, where it kills 200 people per week
Children tested in Infectious Diseases Isolation Unit after showing viral symptoms on return from Africa
Early human tests suggest the drug is safe and may help immune systems fight Ebola, but more trials are needed
West Africa's Ebola epidemic is by far the most serious outbreak of the deadly virus
'Black Death' disease kills 47 people and spreads to the densely populated capital of Antananarivo
Burial workers discard bodies in protest over unpaid wages as government admits money has 'gone missing'
Biohazard suits are in short supply causing prices to rise as a result of 'increased anxiety' in the US
Hunching over devices is wreaks havoc on our posture and puts us at risk of serious back pain
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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