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BBC Health News
Epilepsy drug warnings 'not reaching women', survey shows
22 Sep 2017 00:47
Sodium valproate risks harming unborn babies, but 70% of women say they were not told of the risk.
New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
22 Sep 2017 00:45
It will enter clinical trials to prevent and treat the infection next year.
Mental health staff on long-term stress leave up 22%
22 Sep 2017 05:19
The number of staff taking long-term leave has risen steadily over the past five years.
Epilepsy drug's safety reviewed over pregnancy risk
21 Sep 2017 18:01
Women whose children have been harmed by sodium valproate will give evidence to a European panel.
Papworth Hospital granted royal title by Queen
22 Sep 2017 00:50
Papworth Hospital opened as a tuberculosis colony and celebrates its 100th year in 2018.
Quit smoking campaign Stoptober backs e-cigs for first time
21 Sep 2017 07:53
Stoptober promotes vaping for the first time, as studies suggest a record for successful quit attempts.
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11 genes newly implicated in Alzheimer's disease
Air pollution associated with low birthweight
Aircraft noise linked with stroke and heart problems
Are five meals a day key to tackling teen obesity?
Awareness campaign about care.data launched
Babies may remember music heard in the womb
Big breakfast 'boosts fertility' for some women
'Breakthrough' trial brings baldness cure closer
Breast cancer more likely to reoccur in black women
Cabbage compound may 'protect against radiation'
Call to ban additives in children's medicines
Call to delay school for premature babies
Can DIY and gardening help you live longer?
Can sleeping too much cause chronic diseases?
Can washing your hands make you happier?
Carrots and lettuce linked to better sperm quality
Chief medical officer calls for free vitamins for kids
Could cognitive therapy treat hypochondria?
Curved soles 'no better than flats' for back pain
Does housework 'count' as exercise?
Does mental illness make you more likely to kill?
Double chins banished with 'fatburner injections'?
Exercise 'effective as drugs' for 'top killers'
Global stats show rise in strokes in younger people
'Historic breakthrough' in Alzheimer's research
Irregular bedtimes make children 'naughtier'
Is sex better exercise than a stroll?
Levels of aluminium in infant formulas 'too high'
'Mad cow protein' carried by 1 in 2,000 people
Memory lapses may still be a sign of dementia
Midlife stress may raise women's dementia risk
Mother's depression linked to depression in offspring
New cholesterol drug shows promise
NICE say GPs 'should be nicer' to fat people
Obesity may be linked with slow metabolism for some
PIP breast cancer link ruled out
Premature claims of a cannabis addiction 'cure'
'Reawakened' ovaries and infertility cure claims
Researchers claim that sleep detoxes the brain
Saturated fat link with heart disease questioned
Sprite and Pepsi tested as hangover cures
Study identifies poorly performing doctors
Swaddling may damage babies' hips, expert warns
Tight belts are unlikely to give you throat cancer
Vitamin D supplements may not strengthen bones
Walking ‘could save 37,000 lives a year’ report claims
Walking an hour a day may help cut breast cancer risk
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