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The controversial pop star is also facing charges of driving under the influence in Florida and is under investigation for vandalism in LA

An MMR jab is administered

Jab warning as measles epidemic spreads

A measles epidemic posing increased risk to children shows no sign of ending after a 25 per cent jump in new cases reported over the Easter break.

Health officials carry sacks of culled chickens after bird flu was found at a farm in Agartala, India
Government workers incinerate the carcasses of livestock thought to be infected with foot and mouth disease in 2001

Foot-and-mouth advance heralds end of farmers' greatest horror

Revolutionary vaccine means mass culling of healthy animals is no longer necessary

Measles cases spreading at 'alarming' speed, warn health chiefs

Measles cases are spreading with "alarming" speed despite urgent calls to ensure children have vital MMR protection.

Investment View: Hold on to Astra as new chief cuts costs to do deals

If Mr Soriot does get it right the pay off could be very big. But keep a close watch on developments
Milan’s Kevin-Prince Boateng gestures towards his abusers
Bill Gates, co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, with a young patient on a malaria vaccine trial in Mozambique

Bill Gates: Why do we care more about baldness than malaria?

Gates blames capitalism for channelling more money into curing minor ailments

A child receives polio vaccine in Kano, Nigeria

The vaccinators on the front line of the battle against polio in Nigeria

Balanced precariously in a narrow canoe, two Nigerian nurses traverse a mile-wide Atlantic estuary to run the daily gauntlet of militant gangs, kidnappers, and unforgiving waters, on a mission to immunise children.

Poverty and poor sanitation are key factors in the spread of the disease

Bill Gates: We cannot stand still on polio, but we can push ahead and end it

Through its judicious use of foreign aid, the UK has helped drive this recent progress

5,000 badgers on Government's slaughter list

More than 5,000 badgers will be slaughtered in the West Country after the Government approved licences for culls to commence in June this year.

Bovine TB has risen dramatically over the past few decades and badgers have been implicated in the rapid spread of the disease, with about half of new cattle infections linked to badgers, leading to calls from farmers for mass culling

Badger culls given go-ahead in Gloucestershire and Somerset

Controversial badger culling to tackle tuberculosis in cattle is set to go ahead this summer, after two pilot schemes were given the green light today.

Farmers fear livestock crisis after thousands of animals killed by Schmallenberg disease

Lambing season left blighted as deadly Schmallenberg virus

Farmers fear livestock crisis after thousands of animals killed by Schmallenberg disease

Nigerian radio journalists held over nine 'polio' deaths

Three radio journalists have been arrested in northern Nigeria after allegedly sparking the killings of at least nine women, who were shot while trying to administer polio vaccines.

Nigeria Islamists behead North Korean doctors

Attack that left three dead is part of radical Islamic sect’s campaign against health workers

Nine health workers shot dead in Nigeria

Gunmen on motorbikes shot dead nine health workers who were administering polio vaccinations in two separate attacks in Nigeria’s main northern city of Kano yesterday.

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