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BBC Health News
Drug errors cause appalling harm and deaths, says Hunt
23 Feb 2018 08:08
Mistakes made by the NHS in England could be a factor in thousands of deaths a year
Sipping acidic fruit teas can wear away teeth, says study
23 Feb 2018 01:14
Even unsweetened drinks are acidic and should not be drunk between meals, researchers say.
Stephen Fry recovering from prostate cancer surgery
23 Feb 2018 13:00
The presenter had surgery for prostate cancer and says "it all seemed to go pretty well".
MPs debate changes to organ donations law
23 Feb 2018 13:22
A bill which would introduce "opt-out" consent rules in England passes its first stage in Parliament.
'Mini-tumours' created to battle cancer
22 Feb 2018 22:22
The lab-grown versions made from a patient's cancer can predict whether drugs will actually work.
Anti-depressants: Major study finds they work
22 Feb 2018 11:08
Scientists hail "good news for patients" as analysis finds 21 drugs reduce symptoms of depression.
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A third of over 70s report 'frequent sexual activity'
Angry Twitter communities linked to heart deaths
Are most cancers down to 'bad luck'?
Becoming healthier may motivate your partner to join in
'Bionic' spinal implant helped paralysed rats walk
Blood test may tell you the best way to quit smoking
Body clock may have effect on sporting peak performance
Brown fat may protect against diabetes and obesity
Can eating like a Viking 'reduce obesity risks'?
Child obesity rates are 'stabilising'
Claims that 'men worsen labour pains' are unproven
Could brain protein help people 'sleep off' the flu?
Could 'DNA editing' lead to designer babies?
Could meal-in-a-pill 'trick' body into losing weight?
Does contraceptive jab make HIV more likely?
Does moderate drinking reduce heart failure risk?
Female lung cancer deaths 'may outstrip breast cancer' in 2015
Gift vouchers can help pregnant smokers quit
'Hibernation protein' could help repair dementia damage
How 'baby talk' may give infants a cognitive boost
How therapy and exercise 'may help some with CFS'
Inactivity 'twice as deadly' as obesity
Media dementia scare over hay fever and sleep drugs
Napping 'key' to babies' memory and learning
New 'game-changing' antibiotic discovered
New heart attack test shows promise for women
New skin cancer drugs show promise in lab tests
Nordic IVF outcomes improving - is the same true for the UK?
Our health news predictions for 2015
Out-of-character criminal actions linked to dementia
People with autism have 'unique' brain patterns
Shell shock remains 'unsolved'
'Social jet lag' linked to obesity and 'unhealthy' metabolism
Statin use may be widening health inequalities in England
Study finds care home residents 'more likely' to be dehydrated
Sugary soft drinks linked to earlier periods in girls
Thousands of UK women could benefit from 'three-person' IVF
Under-80 cancer deaths 'eliminated by 2050' claim
Wearing killer high heels could lead to osteoarthritis, study warns
Wholegrains, not just porridge, may increase life
Why common cold may thrive at low temperatures
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