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VIDEO: The 95-year-old driving instructor

Laura Thomas has been working as a driving instructor since 1938 and it is thought she is the United Kingdom's oldest.

Recruiting foreign nurses 'expensive'

It is "distracting, frustrating and expensive" to have to recruit large numbers of nurses from overseas, the head of a leading NHS hospital says.

South Korea declares 'end' to Mers

South Korea's PM Hwang Kyo-ahn declares a "de facto end" to the Mers virus outbreak, after no new infections are reported for 23 days.

Blowing balloons 'treats glue ear'

Using the nose to inflate a balloon helps heal glue ear, University of Southampton research suggests.

Suspected Mers virus shuts A&E unit

A suspected outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome temporarily shuts a Manchester hospital's A&E unit.

Living Wage 'could harm home care'

The National Living Wage could result in a "catastrophic failure" in the home care market, the industry is warning.

VIDEO: Laughing gas 'not just a bit of fun'

Leesa Davies, whose son died after inhaling nitrous oxide - or laughing gas - speaks to the BBC.

Malaria vaccine one step closer

The world's first malaria vaccine has cleared one of the final regulatory hurdles prior to being used to immunise children in sub-Saharan Africa.

Cheap drugs cut breast cancer deaths

Cheap drugs normally used to strengthen bone can cut deaths from breast cancer, research shows.

Stroke drug is safe, says review

A panel of independent experts has decided that a clot-busting drug often used to treat strokes is "safe and effective".

UK relaxes Ebola screening measures

The screening measures put into place to prevent Ebola arriving in the UK are being relaxed at some airports and rail terminals.

More pupils try 'vaping' than smoking

More pupils in England aged between 11 and 15 have tried electronic cigarettes than have smoked a cigarette, according to official figures.

Thinking style 'predicts music taste'

A person's taste in music may offer insight into the way in which they think, researchers at Cambridge University say.

Drug 'may delay Alzheimer's decline'

The first details of how a drug could slow the pace of brain decline for patients with early stage Alzheimer's disease have emerged.

Diabetes pill 'hope for Parkinson's'

A type of diabetes drug may provide a glimmer of hope in the fight against Parkinson's disease, research in the journal Plos One suggests.

Transplant man marks 30 years

A London man celebrates 30 years since his heart-lung transplant - thought to be the longest anyone has survived after the procedure.

Care costs cap delayed until 2020

The government's flagship policy to cap care costs in England will be delayed until 2020, it says.

Child tooth removal 'at crisis point'

Doctors call for urgent action to reduce the number of children needing to have rotten teeth removed under general anaesthetic in hospital.

'Cancer made me want mashed potato'

The strange effects of cancer on appetite

NHS should welcome 'citizen whistleblowers'

Why the NHS should listen to people who see something amiss

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