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Tue Apr 26 13:21:18 BST 2016
The first all-out doctors' strike in the NHS's history is a "bleak day", ministers say, but
Tue Apr 26 12:00:37 BST 2016
A Dutchman dubbed the "dentist of horror" is sentenced to eight years in France for mutilating the
Tue Apr 26 00:45:06 BST 2016
Morning flu jabs provoke a stronger immune response than those given in the afternoon, a trial
Tue Apr 26 00:08:28 BST 2016
BBC News looks at the issues at stake in the junior doctors argument with the government and asks
Mon Apr 25 19:33:37 BST 2016
Neurologist Suzanne O'Sullivan wins the £30,000 Wellcome Book Prize for her book about
Mon Apr 25 13:22:03 BST 2016
Bed bugs appear to have a strong preference for particular colours - a quirk that could be used
Mon Apr 25 06:49:30 BST 2016
Pembrokeshire council is being recommended to close a Haverfordwest care home, with nine jobs being
Mon Apr 25 00:16:47 BST 2016
Most people suffering with eating disorders in Japan are not receiving any medical or psychological
Sun Apr 24 09:06:37 BST 2016
A group of MPs has called on Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt to pilot the use of a new NHS contract in
Sun Apr 24 01:19:07 BST 2016
A complete picture of what the immune system attacks to cause type 1 diabetes is revealed by
Sun Apr 24 00:24:59 BST 2016
'This is what it's like to pee after female genital mutilation'
Sat Apr 23 01:42:48 BST 2016
Restaurants should offer tap water to families eating out rather than waiting for customers to ask
Fri Apr 22 06:09:41 BST 2016
British men are dangerously ignorant of the prostate gland, according to a men's health charity.
Fri Apr 22 05:54:42 BST 2016
An investigation into an outbreak of a new virus in Australia has uncovered cases of developmental
Fri Apr 22 05:32:58 BST 2016
Why is there so much sugar in 'savoury' food?
Fri Apr 22 05:18:53 BST 2016
Why I kept quiet about my cancer, just like Victoria
Fri Apr 22 04:24:57 BST 2016
What's it like to run the London Marathon with no sight?
Fri Apr 22 02:45:06 BST 2016
Surgeons say they are worried overweight patients and smokers in England and Wales are having
Fri Apr 22 01:48:27 BST 2016
People sleep less well in an unfamiliar place as the brain's left side stays alert for danger, a
Thu Apr 21 01:31:47 BST 2016
A major five-year investment in general practice in England is announced, with NHS bosses promising
Wed Apr 20 08:11:11 BST 2016
How the Disney film helped a family deal with their daughter's albinism.
Mon Apr 18 19:10:29 BST 2016
More than 150 countries are switching to a different vaccine to target polio.
Mon Apr 18 08:53:12 BST 2016
Elan Shoffman has Parkinson's disease, but he is determined to deliver a speech at his daughter's
Mon Apr 18 00:50:11 BST 2016
'I was born without a womb, cervix and vagina'
Fri Apr 15 18:22:11 BST 2016
Debbie Evans talks about her son who has learning disabilities and has lived in a medical
Fri Apr 15 15:48:32 BST 2016
Mother of two, Dr Rachel Maynard, tells the Victoria Derbyshire programme of her shock and
Fri Apr 15 07:02:21 BST 2016
More than 100 operations a day are being carried out in hospitals in England to remove rotten teeth
Wed Apr 13 18:00:08 BST 2016
In a world first, a quadriplegic man can once again move his own fingers after a chip was implanted
Tue Jul 28 17:10:11 BST 2015
As we live longer and with council budgets tight, the care system that supports us in our later
Sun Mar 08 01:31:05 GMT 2015
The strange effects of cancer on appetite
Fri Dec 05 01:46:52 GMT 2014
Why the NHS should listen to people who see something amiss