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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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'4D' ultrasound shows effects of smoking on unborn babies
A diet rich in veg and fish may reduce bowel cancer risk
Adults may only get 'real flu' every five years
All teens should be vaccinated against rare strain of meningitis
Are half of all children's teeth really rotten?
Are power naps a 'five-fold' memory booster?
Autism-related genes linked to cognitive ability
Being optimistic after heart attack may help with recovery
Blood test could provide an early arthritis warning
Breastfed babies 'grow up to be brainier and richer'
Climate change 'might bring rise in UK mosquito-borne diseases'
Coffee can 'cut risks of heart attack' claims
Could epilepsy drug be used to treat Alzheimer's disease?
Crossing your fingers may help reduce pain
Damage to 'heart health' may start in childhood
Diet, exercise and brain training may help keep the mind 'sharp'
Do antibiotics in pregnancy cause cerebral palsy and epilepsy?
Do people with depression perceive time differently?
Does a wife's illness lead to divorce?
Does light at night pose a health risk?
Fit middle-aged men have lower cancer risk
Following UK dietary advice may cut heart disease risk
Frequent antibiotic use linked to higher type 2 diabetes risk
Gene testing could find those who would benefit most from statins
Genetic high cholesterol 'may help protect against type 2 diabetes'
Healthy diet could cut risk of Alzheimer's disease
How alcohol intake can change over a lifetime
HRT review finds increased risk of blood clots and stroke
Immune changes found in people with CFS/ME
Is education the best form of teen contraception?
Is long-term paracetamol use not as safe as we thought?
Loneliness 'increases risk of premature death'
Meningitis B jab to be added to NHS child vaccine schedule
Milk and dairy 'good for the brain' claim unproven
MS stem cell treatment only a 'miracle' for some
New blood test could help prevent antibiotic misuse
News analysis: Angelina Jolie's surgery to 'cut ovarian cancer risk'
No proof 'alcohol will make you more gorgeous'
Obese people 'underestimate how much sugar they eat'
Parents fail to spot that their kids are obese
People with gout have lower risk of Alzheimer’s disease
Research casts doubt on aspartame sensitivity
Sperm quality pesticides claim 'should be treated with caution'
Study finds link between air pollution and stroke risk
Ultrasound 'breakthrough' in treating Alzheimer’s - in mice
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