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Ebola leaves 'thousands orphaned'

At least 3,700 children in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone have lost one or both parents to Ebola this year, the UN children's agency says.

PM vows seven-day GP access by 2020

David Cameron is to tell the Conservative Party conference there will be more money to ensure seven-day GP access is rolled out across England by 2020.

Antibiotic 'link to child obesity'

A large American study suggests young children who are given repeated courses of antibiotics are more likely than those given fewer drugs to be obese.

Scans 'could halve stillbirth rate'

More than half of stillbirths in the UK could be prevented if the NHS implemented additional scans, a leading obstetrician tells Panorama.

Children hit by tooth decay at three

More than one in 10 three-year-olds have tooth decay, the first survey of the age group shows.

Midwives vote for strike action

Midwives will be joining other NHS workers in England in a strike over pay next month.

Heart disease warnings 'missed'

Many adults in the UK are unaware of the risk factors for heart disease, according to a new poll.

W Africa Ebola deaths 'pass 3,000'

The death toll from the world's worst Ebola outbreak, in West Africa, passes 3,000, the World Health Organization says.

Spleen rupture death 'preventable'

An inquest concludes a patient who died after being discharged from Stafford Hospital with an undiagnosed ruptured spleen could have been saved.

Talk therapy 'best for social phobia'

Talking therapy is more effective than pills in treating social anxiety disorder, a study has found.

15% of GP antibiotic courses 'fail'

Nearly one in seven antibiotic treatments given out by GPs for common infections over the last two decades in the UK have failed, researchers say.

Curry spice 'helps brain self-heal'

An early study in rats suggests the spice turmeric may help boost the brain's ability to repair and regenerate itself.

Sierra Leone widens Ebola quarantine

Sierra Leone's President Ernest Bai Koroma widens a quarantine to include another one million people in an effort to curb the spread of Ebola.

Adopted family can check medical past

Relatives of adopted people will have more rights to find out about their birth family, so they can find out information such as inherited medical conditions.

Skirt size 'can flag up cancer risk'

Going up several skirt sizes in midlife could be a warning sign of increased breast cancer risk, research suggests.

Ebola nations may 'face collapse'

The Ebola outbreak threatens to become a political crisis that could unravel years of effort to stabilise West Africa, a think tank warns.

Labour 'would revive shattered NHS'

Shadow Health Secretary Andy Burnham says Labour will put "people before profit" in the NHS, with new rights for carers and a shake-up of palliative care.

Breath test for TB developed

US researchers develop the first breath test for TB, which they say shows promise in animal studies.

Roast peanuts 'spark more allergies'

Roasted peanuts may be more likely to trigger allergic reactions than raw peanuts, according to an Oxford University study carried out on mice.

Pregnancy hormone link to poor maths

Research suggests children born to mothers who have low thyroid hormone levels during pregnancy do worse at maths.
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