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This section on health in the EU has been created as a trustworthy gateway to a wide range of information and data on health-related issues and activities at both European, national and international level. The content is produced by the European Commission, the Member States of the EU and the European Economic Area (EEA), plus EU candidate countries; by international organisations; and by pan-European non-governmental organisations in the area of public health.

Success Stories - Unravelling the mystery of ageing    europa.eu

Ageing is a complex process. It happens in every part of the body, not just specific cell or tissue types. Even psychological factors and stress can play a role. The EU-funded project NINA took a mul[...]

HIV and STI prevention among men who have sex with men - Just Published - EU Bookshop    europa.eu

HIV and STI prevention among men who have sex with men[...]

New grants for molecular approaches for foodborne pathogens and read across methods for chemical hazards    europa.eu

New grants for molecular approaches for foodborne pathogens and read across methods for chemical hazards[...]

Novel influenza virus in the United States and Mexico    europa.eu

Novel influenza virus in the United States and Mexico[...]

EFSA evaluates molecular typing methods for food-borne pathogens    europa.eu

EFSA evaluates molecular typing methods for food-borne pathogens[...]

EFSA opinion on avian influenza vaccines in domestic poultry    europa.eu

EFSA opinion on avian influenza vaccines in domestic poultry[...]

EFSA and industry exchange views on guidance on gut and immune function health claims    europa.eu

EFSA and industry exchange views on guidance on gut and immune function health claims[...]

Cell therapy for Parkinsons: Functional role of host immune response on survival & differentiation of dopaminergic neuroblasts    epda.eu.com

The analysis of the available data leads authors to conclude that the modulation of the innate immune response after transplantation can increase the success of future clinical trials in PD by enhanc[...]

World Hepatitis Day: Prevent hepatitis. Act now.    uicc.org

Global Education and Training Initiative Global Access to Pain Relief Initiative Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development World Hepatitis Day: Prevent hepatitis. Act now. Globally, close to[...]

Research Headlines - Lymphocytes versus hepatitis B virus: caught in action    europa.eu

For the first time ever, two ERC grantees, Prof. Luca G. Guidotti and Dr Matteo Iannacone, have observed in vivo how specific white blood cells, so-called cytotoxic T lymphocytes, identify, target an[...]

First malaria vaccine receives positive scientific opinion from EMA    europa.eu

Mosquirix to be used for vaccination of young children, together with established antimalarial interventions[...]

Viral hepatitis – 400 deaths a day in the WHO European Region could be prevented    who.int

Over 13 million people in the WHO European Region live with chronic hepatitis B infection and over 15 million with chronic hepatitis C infection, leading to 400 deaths every day. WHO calls on policy-[...]

WHO and UNICEF publish new data on immunisation coverage    uicc.org

Global Education and Training Initiative Global Access to Pain Relief Initiative Global Initiative for Cancer Registry Development WHO and UNICEF publish new data on immunisation coverage Last week,[...]

Booster shots for historical buildings    europa.eu

Looking at Europe's flamboyant cathedrals, it is easy to forget that even stone does not last forever. Without effective conservation, gargoyles erode, stained glass shatters, and choir stalls eventu[...]

Rabies: oral vaccination of wild animals    europa.eu

Published on: 14 July 2015 Rabies: oral vaccination of wild animals[...]

EMA to further clarify safety profile of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines    europa.eu

The European Medicines Agency (EMA) has started a review of HPV vaccines to further clarify aspects of their safety profile.[...]

Meeting highlights from the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee (PRAC) 6-9 July 2015    europa.eu

EMA to further clarify safety profile of human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines[...]

How to improve the availability of veterinary vaccines in Europe    europa.eu

EMA publishes workshop report on requirements for the authorisation of vaccines[...]

Childhood vaccination: Neglected tool to counter measles outbreaks?    epha.org

Over 22,000 people were infected with measles across the EU in 2014 and 2015, including one measles-related death. The only effective preventive measure against measles remains vaccination. The recen[...]

Gene therapy prevents Parkinson's disease in animal model, says Pitt study    epda.eu.com

Gene therapy to reduce production of a brain protein successfully prevented development of Parkinson's disease in an animal study, according to researchers at the University of Pittsburgh School of M[...]

Diphtheria detected in Spain    who.int

WHO has been informed of a confirmed case of diphtheria in Spain, detected on 30 May 2015. A young child who had not been immunized against the disease is very ill and is currently being treated with[...]

Events - Rheumatology & Aging Conference 2015 - 8-11 September 2015, Cambridge, UK    europa.eu

This conference will focus on the cells that control the immune system, their function in health, disease and aging, and the role of inflammation on musculoskeletal diseases of aging. At the end of t[...]

WHA adopts resolutions on AMR and immunization    epha.org

On 25 May 2015, the 68th World Health Assembly (WHA) - the supreme decision-making body of WHO which convenes annually in Geneva - agreed resolutions to tackle antimicrobial resistance and improve ac[...]

Regulatory information – Update of EMA recommendations for 2015/2016 seasonal flu vaccine composition    europa.eu

Update completes previous recommendations issued in March 2015[...]

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