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BBC Health News
Are we eating at the wrong time for our body clocks?
20 May 2018 00:25
Is when we eat clashing with our circadian rhythms and could changing our mealtime habits boost our health?
How likely is your e-cigarette to explode?
18 May 2018 14:00
As a man dies from an exploding vape pen, we ask how dangerous are the devices?
Growing resistance to antifungal drugs 'a global issue'
18 May 2018 00:28
Scientists warn this could lead to more outbreaks of disease and affect people who are already ill.
DR Congo Ebola outbreak 'not global emergency'
18 May 2018 17:05
The World Health Organization says it believes the outbreak can be brought under control.
Patients 'could have been harmed' after Capita outsourcing
17 May 2018 01:04
Support services run by Capita have been "well below" acceptable standards, a watchdog says.
Chorley and Royal Preston hospitals on high alert 169 times over winter
17 May 2018 15:59
Chorley and Preston hospitals issued 169 high level alerts across the winter of 2017-18.
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'Prozac nation' claim as antidepressant use soars
Air pollution linked to lung cancer and heart failure
Blood pressure drug may help treat dementia
Breastfeeding may boost babies' brain power
Can drinking coffee really cut suicide risk by half?
Can gene test screen for postnatal depression?
Casual sex linked to depression and anxiety
Claims blood test predicts lifespan are exaggerated
Condom use linked to better vaginal health
Could lifelong reading protect against dementia?
Could new tests use sugar to help detect cancer?
Cranberries not a proven cure for bladder infection
'Cuddle hormone' oxytocin may play role in fear
Decongestant sprays linked to rare birth defects
Dementia rates dropping
Do fluoride levels in cheap tea pose a health risk?
Does plain packaging help smokers quit?
Eating oily fish may lower anxiety when pregnant
Exercise in a pill is still the stuff of science fiction
Fish oil supplements linked to prostate cancer
Fish oils may be linked to reduced breast cancer risk
Food poisoning warning over fruit and veg
Health has improved among over-90s
Heart disease risk higher in men who skip breakfast
Is eating meat infected with bovine TB harmful?
IVF poses minimal risk of autism and low IQ
Keogh review on hospital deaths published
Little proof gum disease causes Alzheimer's
Long-term shift work 'doubles' breast cancer risk
Media blames 'ladettes' as alcohol-related deaths rise
Media’s talk of a ‘misery molecule’ is misleading
NHS advisers reject meningitis B vaccine
NHS surgeon data may hide poor performance
No proof that singing in a choir is good for heart
People with epilepsy 'have higher risk of early death'
Poor mental health may be more common in gangs
Recession 'impacts people with mental illness most'
Regular 'mini-strolls' may cut chance of diabetes
Scientists grow 'tiny livers' from human stem cells
Scientists unlock cause of cat allergies
Set bedtimes may be good for kids' development
Sleep patterns could be affected by the full moon
Smart knife can tell cancer cells from healthy tissue
Stem cells extracted from urine used to 'grow teeth'
Why 'fat gene' mutation may make you obese
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