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18/04/2012 - Health boost predicted for minimum alcohol price
Minimum alcohol pricing will have a range of beneficial effects on health, it was claimed today. More

13/04/2012 - Vaccine call after increase in whooping cough cases
Parents have been urged to have their children vaccinated against whooping cough after 665 laboratory confirmed cases were recorded in England and Wales in the first three months of 2012, it was revealed today (April 13). More

11/04/2012 - Nine months on artificial heart for Joe, 3
A three year old boy has had a successful transplant after spending nine months on an artificial heart, it has been announced. More

27/03/2012 - Elderly exercise programmes 'inadequate'
Elderly people enjoy taking part in exercise programmes - but often they are not getting the right kind of exercise, according to an analysis published today. More

20/03/2012 - Changes that help asthma children
Small changes in primary care and schools have been able to achieve dramatic improvements in preventing serious illness among children with asthma, a conference will hear today. More

05/03/2012 - Pulse screening call
A simple screening programme to identify people at risk from irregular heartbeats should be introduced "urgently" across the UK, according to stroke specialists. More

17/02/2012 - Pregnant smokers problem for north
There are massive differences around England in the risk of women smoking to the end of pregnancy, according to figures published yesterday. More

16/02/2012 - Government considers alcohol price plan
Prime Minister David Cameron yesterday unexpectedly signalled a willingness to set a minimum price for alcohol. More

13/01/2012 - STIQ Day campaigns
Local health workers nationwide have issued calls to the public to think about their sexual health over the weekend. More

30/12/2011 - Watch out for those maids-a-milking
Comedians have made fun of the hazards faced by recipients of the gifts in the partridge in a pear tree - and now British analysts have revealed the real-life toll involved in activities such as milking cows. More

28/12/2011 - Meal planning "cuts costs"
Better planning of household eating could save families hundreds of pounds a year, it was claimed yesterday. More

15/12/2011 - Drive to cut allergy deaths
Hospitals need to have clear rules to ensure follow-up care for emergency patients treated for anaphylaxis - a severe allergic reaction, according to guidance published today. More

13/12/2011 - Atlas highlights postcode care
Campaigners pledged to step up demands for improved care in some regions of the UK as the latest "Atlas of Variation" was published. More

25/11/2011 - Birth choice urged as study shows "safe" pregnancies
Women with straightforward pregnancies should be allowed to choose where they give birth - but this may not apply to first pregnancies, according to a landmark British study published today. More

21/11/2011 - Talk to children about alcohol, parents urged
Health workers have been encouraging parents to talk to their children about alcohol and think about how their own drinking habits may impact on them. More

17/11/2011 - Nose drop hope for child flu campaign
UK government advisers want flu vaccine nose drops to be developed for children, it emerged yesterday. More

17/11/2011 - Smear test "violation" warning
Many women feel "degraded and embarrassed" by cervical smear testing, researchers warned today. More

16/11/2011 - Encourage living donors - consultant
Doctors can reasonably encourage healthy people to donate a kidney to a stranger, a senior consultant argues today. More

14/11/2011 - Hospitals face asthma surge
The north west of England has suffered the greatest problem with asthma in the last year, according to new figures. More

10/11/2011 - Women 'need' breast screening support
Women who do not go to breast screening say fear, anxiety and embarrassment are the main reasons, researchers said yesterday. More

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