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29/08/2014 - Screening risks confuse women
Many women are struggling to understand some of the information they are now getting about the risks of breast screening, researchers say today. More

28/08/2014 - Backing for MS drug
People with multiple sclerosis are to have access to a new drug on the UK National Health Service, it was announced today. More

18/08/2014 - How cancer deaths are falling
Death rates for the four biggest cancer killers have fallen dramatically in the last two decades, according to an analysis published today. More

01/08/2014 - Tape measure plea to beat diabetes
The British public has been advised to take a tape measure to their waistlines - amidst warnings of a link to diabetes. More

24/07/2014 - Checking child fever - advice
British doctors get new advice today to help them identify when a child with fever is suffering from a serious illness. More

18/07/2014 - Millions more could get cholesterol drugs
Controversial new guidelines aimed at massively extending the use of cholesterol-lowering statins were being unveiled today. More

17/07/2014 - Whooping cough pregnancy programme should be extended
An emergency vaccination programme aimed at stopping deaths of babies from whooping cough is set to be extended for five years, it was announced yesterday. More

17/07/2014 - Heatwave alert
The British National Health Service has been placed on alert for heatwave conditions over the next few days. More

25/06/2014 - Questions over whooping cough vaccine
As many as one in five children who are taken to the GP with a persistent cough could actually have whooping cough, researchers claim today. 1 comments More

09/06/2014 - ‘Encouraging’ results from child flu vaccine pilot
A pilot scheme to vaccinate children against flu has yielded “encouraging” results, says Public Health England. More

04/06/2014 - UK's centenarian challenge
More needs to be done to meet the health needs of the growing number of centenarians, experts warn today. More

08/05/2014 - Babies may be screened for heart defects
England is set to develop a screening test to identify heart defects in new-born babies, it was announced yesterday. More

28/04/2014 - Gene test puzzler for GPs
GPs could soon find themselves battling with patients insisting they are not at risk of heart disease because of genetic test results, a professor has warned. More

17/04/2014 - Alarm as pensioners shun bowel screening
Bowel cancer screening programmes across England are having dramatically different success rates, campaigners claimed yesterday. More

08/04/2014 - Gambling addicts need more support
Gambling is becoming the "hidden" addiction, psychiatrists warn today. More

07/04/2014 - Post-natal care problems putting mothers at risk - survey
New mothers in England are not getting life-saving advice about symptoms that could indicate threats to themselves or their babies, it was claimed today. More

03/04/2014 - Blood pressure patients don't take drugs - study
As many as 25% of people prescribed drugs for high blood pressure do not take their medicines properly, researchers warn today. More

24/03/2014 - Hope for new meningitis vaccine
The British government is hoping to vaccinate infants against one of the deadliest forms of meningitis, it has been announced. More

21/03/2014 - Breast care boosted in Britain - conference
Britain has achieved a transformation in breast cancer care of young women in the last 25 years, a conference will hear today. More

12/02/2014 - New guidance on very premature infants
Babies born after 23 weeks of pregnancy require "complex decisions," experts say today. More

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