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BBC Health News
Social care: MPs seek cross-party group to 'sustain' NHS
18 Nov 2017 02:04
Ninety MPs write to the PM, saying patients are being "failed" by strained NHS social care services.
Dog owners lowers early death risk, study finds
17 Nov 2017 10:02
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
First gene-editing in human body attempt
16 Nov 2017 09:40
Gene-editing has been attempted on cells inside a patient, in a world first by doctors in California.
Autism concern over home schooling rise in Wales
17 Nov 2017 06:25
Many autistic children are struggling to cope in schools and are being removed, a charity warns.
Tia has epidermolysis bullosa - known as 'butterfly skin'
16 Nov 2017 00:23
Four-year-old Tia is hoping for pioneering treatment for her fragile skin condition.
Depression link between fathers and teenage children, says study
16 Nov 2017 00:46
Men who don't seek help for depression could have an impact on their children, a study suggests.
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A case report about skinny jeans sparks media frenzy
Antidepressant use in menopause linked to broken bones
Being a 'couch potato' linked to increased anxiety risk
Breast cancer screening 'cuts deaths by 40%' expert panel says
Breast cancer 'tumour trigger' that spreads disease discovered
Can a single-shot therapy session cure insomnia?
Can 'sleep training' make people less racist and sexist?
Cats blamed for children’s poor reading skills
Children with autism may be supersensitive to change
Could a smart insulin patch mean no more diabetic injections?
Could avocados hold the key to treating leukaemia?
Could brain-eating cannibals provide the key to treating CJD?
Depression 'starts in the womb' claim is unproven
Does owning a cat put your family at risk of schizophrenia?
Does your birthday affect your disease risk?
Drinking plenty of red wine won’t help you lose weight
'Eat carbohydrates last' advice for diabetics
Eating chocolate may slightly lower your risk of stroke
Elderly living near noisy roads have 'increased stroke risk'
Everyday chemicals may contribute to cancer risk
Facebook and Twitter could be used to help people quit smoking
Five-year 'death test' for older adults launched online
Four out of ten Brits may naturally show fewer flu symptoms
GP receptionists 'could help prevent stroke deaths'
Half a handful of nuts a day 'reduces early death risk'
Immunotherapy drug combo could combat melanoma
Knee surgery 'waste of time', researchers argue
Marriage health claims are inconclusive
Meningitis B vaccine 'available from September'
'Missing link' between brain and immune system discovered
Mushroom supplement could be one way to tackle obesity
New blood test for viral infections shows promise
New chlamydia vaccine shows promise after being tested on mice
Office workers of England - stand up for your health!
Poor sleep quality linked to Alzheimer's disease
Potential breakthrough for osteoporosis announced
Report warns of threat to unborn babies from CMV virus
Smoking causes half of all deaths in 12 different cancers
Some health food brands may 'do more harm than good' claim
Sugary drinks killing 'hundreds of thousands', study estimates
Too soon to say if breastfeeding problems could be genetic
Weighing yourself every day may help with weight loss
Wet wipes may help spread hospital bugs
Woman gives birth using ovaries she had frozen as a child
Women with history of stillbirth at 'high risk of another'
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