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WHO vows reform after Ebola 'shocks'

The World Health Organization sets out plans for reform, admitting it was too slow to respond to the "horrific" Ebola outbreak in West Africa.

UK Ebola nurse 'happy to be alive'

British nurse Pauline Cafferkey tells the BBC she is "very happy to be alive" as she is discharged from hospital, having made a full recovery from Ebola.

Post-traumatic stress 'in 1300BC'

Evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder can be traced back to 1300BC - much earlier than previously thought - say researchers.

GP recruitment drive gets promo film

A national recruitment video to encourage medical students to choose general practice as a career is launched by the Royal College of GPs.

A&E waiting times in England improve

Waiting times in A&E units in England have improved to their best level since November - but the target is still being missed, figures show.

Ebola vaccine 'shipped to Liberia'

The first batch of a vaccine against Ebola is on its way to Liberia and trials are expected to start soon.

Cosmetic surgery rules proposed

Doctors should be prevented from performing cosmetic surgery outside their speciality, according to the Royal College of Surgeons.

Blood pressure device 'promising'

A device the size of a paper clip inserted in the groin has shown promising results in lowering blood pressure, scientists say.

Masked tutors 'boost nurse training'

Nursing tutors at the University of Surrey are planning to make themselves unrecognisable in a bid to boost students' bedside skills.

Classmates back ill boy's drugs plea

Classmates of a six-year-old boy who suffers from a rare medical condition back his appeal for funding for a drug to help with his illness.

Falling Ebola cases 'turning point'

There has been a "turning point" in the Ebola crisis with cases falling in all three affected countries, World Health Organization officials say.

GP practices in special measures

Three GP practices have been placed in "special measures" over concerns about safety, by inspectors.

Cigarette packets law flawed - firms

The tobacco industry warns plans to introduce plain cigarette packaging are "flawed" - with UKIP's Nigel Farage calling it an "appalling intrusion into consumer choice".

Depression 'more common in military'

Members of the UK armed forces are twice as likely to develop anxiety or depression than those in the general working population, a study suggests.

Exercise advice is 'unrealistic'

Researchers say current exercise guidelines are unrealistic and argue doctors should promote small increases in activity instead.

Death certificate overhaul 'deferred'

Independent scrutiny of death certificates has not been delivered as promised, says the chairman of a review sparked by the Harold Shipman murders.

Newer heart attack test for women

Doctors could spot twice as many heart attacks in women if they used a newer, more sensitive blood test, say UK researchers.

Micro-machines journey inside animal

In a case of science fiction meeting reality, microscopic machines have journeyed inside a living animal for the first time.

Hibernating hints at dementia therapy

A neurodegenerative disease has been halted by harnessing the regenerative power of hibernation, scientists say.

Huddles 'help children's hospital care'

Small measures that could boost children's care

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Following the phone-hacking scandal that has led to several humiliating headlines in the past year for News Corp. (NWS), bad timing has now led to a minor stumble for the Rupert Murdoch empire. The $60 million Fox movie ‘Neighborhood Watch’ is accelerating the switch up for its initial marketing campaign in response to a news event that has horrified -- and polarized -- the nation.

Slated for a July release, 'Neighborhood Watch' is a comedy starring Ben Stiller, Jonah Hill, Vince Vaughn and Billy Crudup as a quartet of volunteer watchmen who engage in hilarious hijinks as they cruise their suburban neighborhood seeking out troublemakers. Along the way they uncover a conspiracy that involves aliens. But they also take time to nab such “dangerous” figures as adolescent boys involved in egg-throwing incidents.The initial teaser trailer includes a bit in which the watchmen furiously grill the young egg bandit. (Watch it here.)  Therein lay the comedy -- and the timing snafu.

[Related: Trayvon Martin’s family looks to trademark ‘I am Trayvon,’ ‘Justice for Trayvon’]

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