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07/06/2013 - UK steps up measles battle
British doctors are set to administer more than 200,000 extra doses of the MMR vaccine as they battle to halt the spreading measles outbreak, it was revealed today. More

05/06/2013 - Nicotine may help quitters - guidance
Nicotine patches and other licensed products are an acceptable way to help wean smokers off tobacco, according to official guidance published today in England. More

29/05/2013 - Doctor highlights profits from pregnancy
New mothers are being exploited by commercial organisations that are allowed to offer packs and literature in hospital wards, it was alleged today. More

22/05/2013 - Heart rate key to fever danger
Heart rate is a key indicator of whether a childhood fever could represent a serious threat, according to guidance issued today. More

01/05/2013 - Vaccines programme extended
A major new programme of vaccinations is to be established in England, it was announced yesterday. More

25/04/2013 - Emergency measles campaign launched
Nearly a million children and teenagers are to be offered vaccination in England to protect them from the growing threat of measles, it was announced today. More

17/04/2013 - GPs urge parents to get measles protection
Senior GPs have urged the parents to ensure their children get the MMR vaccine as measles continues to spread in South Wales, UK. More

27/03/2013 - Heavier women carry pregnancy risks
Pregnant women who are overweight or obese may need specialist care that is not offered under current guidelines, researchers warn today. More

20/03/2013 - Organ checks for blood pressure patients
People with newly diagnosed high blood pressure should be checked for potential organ damage, according to British guidelines published today. More

21/02/2013 - Asthma misery for 20-somethings
Young adults with asthma are becoming reckless with their health, partly because of treatment problems, British researchers warn today. More

21/02/2013 - Brits fail to slim
Hospitals continue to admit growing numbers of patients for treatment for obesity - while there is no sign of the UK population slimming, according to figures published yesterday. More

20/02/2013 - Fertility treatment age extended
Women should be able to get fertility treatment up to the age of 42 on the British NHS, according to guidelines published today. More

11/02/2013 - Measles reaches new high
Cases of measles in the UK have reached their highest levels in 18 years, health officials have warned. More

24/01/2013 - Bank holiday danger for emergencies
Bank holidays are even more dangerous for emergency patients than weekends, researchers warn today. More

21/01/2013 - Baby boom in Bournemouth, Boston, Barking
Corby, Bournemouth and Boston are among towns that have seen staggering increases in birth-rates this century, midwives warned today. More

31/12/2012 - Winter virus puzzle
Health experts have admitted being puzzled by the pre-Christmas surge in cases of the sickness virus, norovirus. More

05/12/2012 - Premature babies saved
The health service is getting better at saving babies born early in pregnancy - but is having less success at preventing long-term problems, according to a major study published today. More

12/11/2012 - Babies get tummy bug vaccine
Infants in Britain are to be vaccinated against a common gastrointestinal bug, it has been announced. More

12/11/2012 - Baby boom threat to maternity care
England is facing a new baby boom - and hospitals are not gearing up to meet it, midwives claimed today. More

30/10/2012 - Breast screening saves lives - report
Thousands of women every year have treatment they do not need for breast cancer because of screening - but hundreds of others have their lives saved, according to a major analysis published today. More

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