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Fri Aug 28 10:07:32 BST 2015
A man with an immune system disorder has spread polio for nearly 30 years, despite having been
Fri Aug 28 07:16:22 BST 2015
Young people who identify as goths may be at increased risk of depression and self-harm, a study
Fri Aug 28 00:08:59 BST 2015
Brain cells in Parkinson's disease exhaust themselves and die prematurely, burning out like an
Thu Aug 27 15:01:57 BST 2015
A blood test has been developed by scientists that could save lives by finding early signs of
Thu Aug 27 00:01:50 BST 2015
Searching blood for fragments of cancer can find tumours that have come back months before symptoms
Wed Aug 26 17:01:04 BST 2015
Surgeons in London use lasers to diagnose abnormal tissue during an operation to remove a brain
Wed Aug 26 13:12:23 BST 2015
The impact of hay-fever at exam time could be harmful enough to mean that some students might miss
Wed Aug 26 10:42:16 BST 2015
Why do England and Wales treat them so differently?
Wed Aug 26 05:33:09 BST 2015
Richard Taylor was diagnosed when he was 15
Wed Aug 26 01:33:24 BST 2015
People genetically prone to low vitamin-D levels are at increased risk of multiple sclerosis, a
Wed Aug 26 00:02:07 BST 2015
The dust in our homes contains an average of 9,000 different types of fungi and bacteria, a study
Wed Aug 26 00:01:20 BST 2015
Up to five million people in England are at risk of developing type-2 diabetes, according to new
Wed Aug 26 00:00:30 BST 2015
'I can't see pictures inside my head'
Wed Aug 26 00:00:06 BST 2015
Niel Kenmuir describes his life with aphantasia - the lack of a mind's eye.
Tue Aug 25 22:07:02 BST 2015
Suzanne Thomas, who had to have her leg amputated after contracting an infection, tells the BBC's
Tue Aug 25 21:54:40 BST 2015
The BBC's Nikki Fox has been speaking to former soldier Craig Gadd, who lost his leg in Afghanistan
Tue Aug 25 18:42:41 BST 2015
Why are Ebola workers in Makeni, Sierra Leone, having a song and dance?
Tue Aug 25 14:14:56 BST 2015
The teen pregnancy rate in England and Wales is continuing to fall, latest figures show.
Tue Aug 25 10:54:11 BST 2015
Scientists believe they may have found a way to turn cancerous cells back into healthy tissue.
Tue Aug 25 08:30:03 BST 2015
Teams of mental health nurses and police are giving support on the ground to help keep mental
Tue Aug 25 07:15:49 BST 2015
A quarter of British parents feel lonely and isolated, according to a survey by the charity Action
Tue Aug 25 00:33:40 BST 2015
A budget-priced 3D-printed robotic hand for amputees is the UK winner of 2015's James Dyson Award
Mon Aug 24 16:05:11 BST 2015
Researchers say they are closer to developing a universal ‘catch all’ flu jab after promising
Mon Aug 24 12:47:54 BST 2015
A Swansea University student's selfie with his colostomy bag is viewed by more than one million
Mon Aug 24 09:09:48 BST 2015
If you dialled 999 and asked for an ambulance, how would you feel if a firefighter arrived instead?
Sun Aug 23 00:28:20 BST 2015
The little-known carbon monoxide risk
Thu Aug 20 13:49:10 BST 2015
Hugh Pym: The cost of social care is set to be a major issue for this government
Tue Aug 18 00:44:59 BST 2015
Are we reckless drivers when it comes to drugs?
Mon Jul 27 17:00:34 BST 2015
The National Living Wage could result in a "catastrophic failure" in the home care market, the
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