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14 Mar
Medical student Bisola Ehi Ogolowa from Nigeria has managed to flee Ukraine to neighboring Hungary. She might be safe from Russian bombs, but she feels alone and without help.
15 Nov 2021
Dani Alves passed his medical with Barcelona on Monday meaning the Brazilian can sign a contract until the end of the season with his former club. Barca announced the deal on Friday and Alves, 38, arrived in Spain on Saturday. The flirting between Alves and Barcelona started in October, when the veteran visited the city and went to the Camp Nou to attend the Champions League game against Dynamo Kyiv.
9 Apr 2021
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8 Apr 2021
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Friday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Friday.
20 Mar 2021
The EU regulatory body is "fully convinced" that the vaccine's benefits outweigh possible risks. Global health experts have been under growing pressure to answer questions over the safety of AstraZeneca's COVID-19 shot.
14 Dec 2020
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8 Nov 2020
Hundreds of incarcerated people across Turkey face major health issues because they are not receiving adequate medical care during the pandemic. Advocates for imprisoned people say the situation is potentially deadly.
14 Sep 2020
Our correspondent in Nigeria brings us the latest on the doctors' strike there which has now been suspended. Also, flooding across western and central Africa has killed over 200 people and affected nearly a million – we find out what's causing it. Finally, we see how the coronavirus pandemic has driven people to return to a local delicacy in Malawi: roasted field mice.
8 Aug 2020
UN agencies have voiced concerns over "dire" shortages in vital supplies in Beirut following the explosion that left thousands injured and hundreds of thousands homeless. They have pledged to deliver vast amounts of aid.
21 Jul 2020
Medical expert, Ebuta Agbor discusses the use of face shield without face masks.
2 Apr 2020
For about 60 years, Cuba has been sending healthcare professionals around the world. This is done in solidarity with those in need, but also as part of a concerted campaign of medical diplomacy and to make money to help the country survive an ongoing US embargo.
9 May 2019
Alcohol consumption is expected to increase 17% over the next decade after rising steadily for the last two, the medical journal Lancet has found. Half of all the world's adults are expected to be drinking by 2030.

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