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BBC News

August 5th
But one in 20 say they won't be returning anytime soon after advice changed on 1 August.
August 5th
The right to an education should take priority over pubs, England's children's commissioner says.
August 5th
They "face greater barriers" when trying to protect themselves from coronavirus, a report says.
August 5th
Experts working for the Commons health committee will assess whether policy commitments are being met.
August 5th
Dozens of English councils discriminate against children with autism, legal experts say.
August 4th
A new Canadian clinical guideline aims to reduce stigma against overweight patients.
August 4th
The UK's test and trace schemes are not yet good enough to stop a virus resurgence, scientists say.
August 4th
Key graphics explaining how coronavirus has spread in the UK and the government's response.
August 4th
People who have been in close contact with someone found to have Covid-19 are now being traced.
August 4th
Guidelines recommends not using common painkillers for long-term pain
August 3rd
What are the chances of passing the virus to the baby in the womb, or of premature birth?
August 3rd
The rapid tests for hospitals and care homes will distinguish between Covid-19 and seasonal illness.
August 3rd
Critically ill children with suspected genetic illnesses in Wales are to be offered a new NHS test in UK first.
August 2nd
In Bradford, community schemes offer a novel approach to promoting healthy lifestyles.
August 1st
Vulnerable people can now leave their home for the first time since lockdown began.
August 1st
As restrictions lift, you might feel anxious about how to stay safe. Here's what experts advise.
July 31st
Providers have permission to resume family visits but say they are unable to test staff and residents.
July 31st
A study that involves swabbing a randomly select group of households found positive tests were increasing.
July 31st
Be 'tick alert' say health officials, following the diagnosis for the first time of a rare illness.
July 31st
Millions face new lockdown rules prohibiting separate households from meeting each other at their homes.
July 31st
As shielding ends for the 'elderly and vulnerable' will the world they are about to be re-enter be less accessible than the one they left four months ago?
July 31st
Creeper's guitarist, Ian, was sectioned last year - now they're releasing a new album.
July 31st
Until recently, the city was seen as a poster child in its handling of the pandemic. What went wrong?
July 31st
Charities are calling on the chancellor to protect the jobs of workers who have been shielding.
July 30th
The change for those who test positive, or show symptoms, comes amid fears of a resurgence.
July 30th
Office for National Statistics analysis shows how countries compared in the first six months of the year
July 30th
Northern Ireland is the first part of the UK to launch an app to track the spread of the virus.
July 30th
Health Secretary Matt Hancock says unless there is a clinical reason not to, patients should have tele-consultations with their GPs.
July 30th
Fears lockdown is not working as the Australian state reports its highest number of cases and deaths.
July 30th
The public are being consulted on how to avoid community divisions opening up in the months ahead.
July 30th
One in three children are poisoned by lead that can cause their health irreversible harm, research finds.
July 30th
The genetic code from thousands of positive tests in Wales is analysed to track the coronavirus.
July 30th
A study of young people finds a fine line between getting results and becoming "obsessed".
July 29th
The researcher tells BBC Trump's claims about the drug's effectiveness are not backed by science.
July 29th
A national food strategy calls for wider access to free school meals and warns of misleading labels.

NHS News

January 31st
Health A-Z Symptoms, conditions, medicines, treatments and guides Find conditions and treatments Live well Articles, videos and tools from the NHS on more than 100 topics, including alcohol, diet, fitness, tiredness and weight loss, giving you and yo…
November 3rd
"Gut bacteria 'boost' cancer therapy," BBC News reports. The news comes from research into whether people with cancer might respond differently to cancer treatment depending on the bacteria in their gut. Researchers specifically looked at a type of canc…
November 2nd
"Tissue inflammation blood test points to dementia risk," is the headline in The Times. Researchers in the US say people who have higher measures of inflammation in middle age are likely to have less brain tissue in some parts of their brain in older age…
November 1st
"A drug commonly used to treat acid reflux is linked to a more than doubled risk of developing stomach cancer," reports The Guardian. Researchers wanted to investigate whether there's a link between medicines known as proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) and st…
October 31st
A new study investigating the effects of a nutrient drink for Alzheimer's disease has led to very different headlines in the media. While BBC News tells us the "Alzheimer's nutrient drink falters in clinical trial", the Daily Mirror reports the drink "cou…
October 30th
"Marriage and having close friends may help protect against dementia, according to Loughborough University researchers," BBC News reports. The news comes from a study looking at the link between social relationships and the risk of developing dementia. …
October 27th
"Afternoon heart surgery has lower risk of complications, study suggests," says The Guardian. Researchers in France were interested in whether the time of day of the operation was carried out affected the rate of complications following a type of open he…
October 26th
"Up to 300,000 people with long-term mental health problems have to leave their jobs each year, a report says," writes BBC News. This was just one of the UK media outlets that published the findings of a report looking at the extent of mental ill health i…
October 25th
"Common blood thinning drugs halve the risk of dementia for patients who have an irregular heartbeat," reports the Mail Online. Researchers in Sweden used the country's health registry data to assess whether people with a condition called atrial fibrill…
October 25th
"Do you have one of the 180 breast cancer genes? One in five women has a variant that raises her risk of the condition by a third" is the rather inaccurate headline in the Mail Online. The story covers 2 new studies looking for genetic variations known a…

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