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26/10/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak gathers pace
Ten infants have now died from whooping cough this year as an outbreak continues to gather pace across the UK, according to new figures. More

25/10/2012 - How web boosts GP consultations
Patients who search the web for information about their health can gain more from GP consultations than others, experts say today. More

25/10/2012 - Double stigma of dementia
People with dementia are dying in misery because of a "double stigma", campaigners warn today. More

24/10/2012 - New advice outlines the impact of psoriasis
The first clinical guideline on psoriasis is published by the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) today. More

24/10/2012 - Electronic cigarettes may help smoke addicts
Health professionals are to be told they can allow patients who have trouble giving up smoking to use electronic cigarettes, it was announced today. More

17/10/2012 - Routine health check don't save lives - experts
A UK programme of giving middle-aged people health MOTs was cast into doubt today by a major global study. More

15/10/2012 - Britain seeks dementia lead
Britain is seeking to take the lead in promoting global research into dementia amid claims of a lack of investment in tackling the problem, it has been announced. More

21/09/2012 - Undiagnosed cancers that become emergencies
Tens of thousands of patients with cancer are only being diagnosed when they are rushed as emergencies to hospitals, according to figures published today. More

19/09/2012 - Headache guidelines warn of drug side-effects
Regular use of painkillers such as aspirin, paracetamol and triptans could aggravate problems for some of the UK's millions of headache sufferers, according to guidance published today. More

22/08/2012 - Baby infection a "priority"
New guidance was issued today on preventing a deadly bacterial infection in new-born babies. More

17/08/2012 - Group yoga backed for pain
Group yoga could provide a good treatment for people with chronic back pain, according to a British study. More

09/08/2012 - Hospitals short of poison antidotes
Many British hospitals do not stock antidotes for well-known poisons such as cyanide or the viper bite, it was reported today. More

02/08/2012 - Expansion plans for ‘care farms’ after successful pilot scheme
NHS staff are hoping to expand the use of “care farms” after a pilot scheme was found to benefit both patients and farmers. More

30/07/2012 - Whooping cough outbreak alert
Teenagers may be offered booster shots against whooping cough as an outbreak of the disease continues to spread through England. More

22/06/2012 - Pregnancy guidelines to tackle early complications
The British National Health Service needs to provide consistent and better quality care for women who experience serious problems in early pregnancy, experts say today. More

30/05/2012 - Fertility rarely discussed with female cancer patients
Women are being denied information on the risk of impaired fertility after cancer treatment, researchers say today. More

29/05/2012 - Smokers' lungs "save lives"
The lungs of smokers should be used for transplants - because overall patients have a better survival chance, British surgeons say today. More

23/05/2012 - Diabetes services "poor value" - report
Diabetes services in England are failing to deliver value for money, according to a damning official report published today. More

16/05/2012 - Extra time drug u-turn
British regulators today performed a u-turn over a controversial drug - which campaigners say can give men with prostate cancer quality "extra time". More

15/05/2012 - Scottish whisky price set to rise
Doctors' leaders have welcomed plans to enforce a 50p a unit minimum price for alcohol in Scotland. More

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