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Wed Jul 29 14:36:16 BST 2015
Targets for ambulance response times in Wales are to be dropped for all but the most
Wed Jul 29 12:13:55 BST 2015
Can new guidelines really improve our final moments?
Wed Jul 29 09:49:42 BST 2015
England's health watchdog puts forward new draft guidance to improve the care of adults in their
Wed Jul 29 07:42:36 BST 2015
An eight-year-old boy in America becomes the youngest recipient of a double hand transplant.
Wed Jul 29 00:07:00 BST 2015
New guidelines for diagnosing and treating melanoma skin cancers have been issued to the NHS in
Wed Jul 29 00:03:55 BST 2015
Patient safety is at risk because of increasing GP workloads in the UK, doctors' leaders are
Tue Jul 28 07:40:03 BST 2015
Laura Thomas has been working as a driving instructor since 1938 and it is thought she is the
Tue Jul 28 06:00:05 BST 2015
It is "distracting, frustrating and expensive" to have to recruit large numbers of nurses from
Tue Jul 28 04:58:25 BST 2015
South Korea's PM Hwang Kyo-ahn declares a "de facto end" to the Mers virus outbreak, after no new
Tue Jul 28 01:33:15 BST 2015
Using the nose to inflate a balloon helps heal glue ear, University of Southampton research
Mon Jul 27 18:43:54 BST 2015
A suspected outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome temporarily shuts a Manchester hospital's
Mon Jul 27 17:00:34 BST 2015
The National Living Wage could result in a "catastrophic failure" in the home care market, the
Mon Jul 27 10:37:44 BST 2015
People with eating disorders losing weight to get treatment
Mon Jul 27 09:12:05 BST 2015
Leesa Davies, whose son died after inhaling nitrous oxide - or laughing gas - speaks to the BBC.
Mon Jul 27 06:58:12 BST 2015
People with eating disorders feel they are being forced to lose weight so their body mass index is
Sun Jul 26 03:31:32 BST 2015
How speaking out can save lives
Sun Jul 26 00:06:18 BST 2015
Childhood vaccinations missed due to the conflict in Bosnia has now led to a huge rise in the
Fri Jul 24 13:53:05 BST 2015
A drug commonly used to strengthen bones could help prevent deaths from breast cancer, according to
Fri Jul 24 08:28:08 BST 2015
Malarial mosquitoes are posing a new threat - they have started biting during the day in some parts
Fri Jul 24 06:02:54 BST 2015
Pros and cons of using first licensed malaria vaccine
Fri Jul 24 06:00:32 BST 2015
The world's first malaria vaccine has cleared one of the final regulatory hurdles prior to being
Fri Jul 24 02:37:49 BST 2015
Is the cap on care costs doomed?
Fri Jul 24 01:17:52 BST 2015
Cheap drugs normally used to strengthen bone can cut deaths from breast cancer, research shows.
Fri Jul 24 01:15:02 BST 2015
A panel of independent experts has decided that a clot-busting drug often used to treat strokes is
Thu Jul 23 11:59:46 BST 2015
Louise Brown says that being the first person born of in-vitro fertilisation (IVF) makes her feel
Thu Jul 23 10:19:23 BST 2015
More pupils in England aged between 11 and 15 have tried electronic cigarettes than have smoked a
Thu Jul 23 09:23:25 BST 2015
How has IVF changed since the first 'test-tube baby'
Mon Jul 20 14:11:15 BST 2015
A London man celebrates 30 years since his heart-lung transplant - thought to be the longest anyone
Fri Jul 17 13:06:23 BST 2015
The government's flagship policy to cap care costs in England will be delayed until 2020, it says.
Sun Jul 12 13:48:17 BST 2015
Doctors call for urgent action to reduce the number of children needing to have rotten teeth
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