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The News Matrix: Wednesday 10 July 2013

Queen’s groundsman badly injured

Web searches for symptoms of HIV, MRSA and flu strains will be monitored to spot outbreaks of infections

Web searches for symptoms of HIV, MRSA and flu strains will be monitored to spot outbreaks of infections

British scientists plan to harness the power of the internet to catch outbreaks of killer infections before they spread.

Anthrax found in drug user's body in Glasgow

An injecting drug user who died earlier this week has tested positive for anthrax, health officials have said.

Gonorrhea cases soar as STI gets more resistant to treatment

New diagnoses rose to nearly 21,000 in 2011 - a 25 per cent leap in one year

Coronavirus was the official cause of the Sars virus, which caused hundreds of deaths in 2003, said the WHO

First UK death from Sars-like virus

Health experts have moved to reassure the public after a patient diagnosed with a Sars-like virus died in a hospital in Birmingham.

Radioactive material stolen from parked van

A canister of radioactive material has been stolen from the back of a van in Lancashire.

UK laboratories have been put on alert to test all new cases of unexplained severe pneumonia for the virus

Sars-like virus spreads person-to-person in the UK

Relative of Manchester patient now in hospital with infection

Sars background: a fragile virus with deadly results

The novel coronavirus responsible for causing severe pneumonia in 11 patients worldwide is distantly related to the SARS virus, and has so far claimed the lives of half of those infected. But experts emphasised yesterday it was not the same. 

Briton in intensive care at Manchester hospital after contracting potentially fatal Sars-like virus

A UK resident has contracted a potentially fatal Sars-like virus, health experts have confirmed.

Measles cases at 18-year high as children are left unvaccinated

Almost 70 per cent of cases were in children under 18

Goran Popov and the most notorious spitters in football

West Brom defender joined by Lionel Messi, Frank Rijkaard and El Hadji Diouf in hall of shame

Sydney 2012: a new strain of norovirus blamed for most winter vomiting cases

A new strain of norovirus has been responsible for the majority of recent cases of the winter vomiting bug, health experts said.

Norovirus the food poisoning bug that causes violent stomach flu

150,000 suffer from norovirus vomiting bug

More than 150,000 people were struck down with the winter vomiting bug during the festive period, figures suggest.

Bug spoils Christmas for 100,000

Around 100,000 people were struck down with the winter vomiting bug over Christmas – a rise of 72 per cent on the year before.

Norovirus the food poisoning bug that causes violent stomach flu

Revealed: 100,000 were struck down with vomiting bug over Christmas

Around 100,000 people were struck down with the winter vomiting bug over Christmas, latest figures suggested as it emerged the number of confirmed cases was 72% higher than this time last year.

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