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BBC Health News
Chemistry 'Van Gogh' could help with cancer
17 Jan 2018 18:02
Scientists capture "incredible" images of instructions contained in DNA being read
NHS 'haemorrhaging' nurses as 33,000 leave each year
17 Jan 2018 09:18
More than one in 10 leave the NHS in England every year, enough to staff more than 20 hospitals.
Minister for loneliness appointed to continue Jo Cox's work
17 Jan 2018 18:08
The government creates a new ministerial role, which continues the work of the late MP Jo Cox.
Cost legacy of decades-old NHS blunders begins to rise
16 Jan 2018 14:03
Experts say maternity wards are still making the same "avoidable errors".
East of England ambulance delays: 20 patients have died, says MP
17 Jan 2018 19:40
The deaths occurred when a trust did not move into its highest emergency level, Clive Lewis MP says.
Measles outbreak in five English regions
16 Jan 2018 18:53
Numbers of cases have been increasing since late 2017 and are linked to ongoing large outbreaks in Europe.
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10-minute walk a day app to tackle 'inactivity epidemic'
Alcohol linked to an increased risk of skin cancer
'Alternative cancer therapies' may increase your risk of death
Anti-inflammatory drug may help prevent heart attacks
Could discovery of 'fat switch' cure obesity?
C-section mums warned about dangers of 'vaginal seeding'
Diabetes drug may be helpful for Parkinson's disease
'Exercise pill' could potentially help people with heart failure
'Fat but fit' people may still be at risk of heart disease
Gene editing brings pig organ transplant closer
Gene editing used to repair diseased genes in embryos
Gum disease linked to increased risk of Alzheimer's disease
'Junk food' may increase cancer risk in 'healthy weight' women
Kitchen sponges may be a 'bacteria hotspot' – but no need to worry
More older adults 'may benefit from taking statins,' study reports
People who regularly groom their pubic hair at risk of injuries
Reports that antibacterials in pregnancy are 'harmful' unfounded
Reports that 'women have more stamina' look a little weak
Results of global fats and carbs study not very relevant for UK
Saliva 'may speed healing' but 'kissing it better' probably won't
Sitting 20 minutes less a day won't make you more 'muscly'
Software used to screen social media photos for depression signs
Vitamin B3 found in Marmite not proven to prevent miscarriage
Vitamin C injections could play a role in treating blood cancers
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