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The British egg industry explains why runny eggs are now safe to eat

Mark Williams, chief executive of the British egg industry council, tells Radio 4's Today programme they are "absolutely delighted"

Stem cell match for 'one in nine million' toddler Joey Ziadi

A toddler with a "one in almost nine million" blood disorder finds a matching stem cell donor after a two-year search.

Dutch men revealed as world's tallest

When it comes to height, Dutch men and Latvian women tower over all other nationalities, a study reveals.

Scans reveal how teenage brain develops

The areas of the brain involved in complex thought are the ones that change the most during the teenage years, research shows.

Raw eggs 'safe for pregnant women'

Pregnant women should no longer be told not to eat raw or lightly cooked eggs, a food safety committee recommends.

Spain registers first Zika microcephaly birth in Europe

A woman with the Zika virus gives birth in Spain to a baby with microcephaly, said to be the first such birth registered in Europe.

Saved premature baby Sophie Proud returns to ward as student nurse

Sophie Proud starts her placement as a student nurse at the ward which saved her life when she was born prematurely.

Arthritis patients experience referral delays, audit finds

Only 20% of patients who see a GP with suspected inflammatory arthritis are referred to a specialist within three days, the target set by NICE, an audit suggests.

Loss of EU funding 'could cost children's lives' warns hospital

The loss of European funding for medical research could cost the lives of some vulnerable children, Great Ormond Street Hospital says.

Stop making excuses on delays, NHS bosses told

NHS bosses in England are accused by MPs of not being tough enough in tackling delays in discharging medically fit patients from hospital.

Double hand transplant: UK's first operation 'tremendous' success

The UK's first double hand transplant operation has taken place at Leeds General Infirmary and the patient says his new hands look "tremendous".

Hospitals given green light to miss waiting time targets

More than 50 hospitals in England have been given the green light to miss key waiting time targets this year to help ease their financial problems.

Vitamin D supplements 'advised for everyone'

Everyone should consider taking vitamin D supplements in autumn and winter, public health advice for the UK recommends.

The first ever FGM figures show nearly 6,000 new cases in England

The first ever figures on female genital mutilation show 5,702 new cases in England.

'Disabled are treated like second-class citizens'

David Isaac the new chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission has described disability rights in the UK as a badge of shame.

Summer heat tips and myths: Should you strip off in the heat?

As summer temperatures across parts of the UK soar, Dr Angie Bone of Public Health England offers some tips and dispels some myths on staying cool.

US 'committed to Aids funding'

Deborah Birx, global Aids co-coordinator for the US, soothes fears that HIV funding would be slashed if Donald Trump became president.

Nice attack mum: 'My kids can’t get an NHS counsellor'

A British tourist who was in Nice during the Bastille attacks, has told 5 live how her kids have been put on a waiting list for counselling.

Stigma and ignorance about HIV in South Africa

More than 2,500 South Africans aged between 15 and 24 are infected with the HIV virus every week.

Maasai cricketer kicks Kenya tradition to fight FGM

Maasai Cricket Warriors captain Sonyanga Ole Ngais tells the BBC how he is trying to discourage female genital mutilation.

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Featured Blog Posts – July 2010 Archive (2)

Raising Strong Children

This is one of my grandchildren Tyler. I showed her Debbie Allen dancing when she was very little. Now she is trying to be just as good as Debbie or better. This is a strong little lady right… Continue

Added by Jon Vee on July 19, 2010 at 6:00pm — 7 Comments

What tastes good to you is not always good for you!

I was eating a piece of chocolate today, knowing that at my age I should be avoiding these moments of gratification on sweets. However, the temptation of such tasty treats was unavoidable, in my mind. As I gobbled down the last chunk with I smile on my face, the portion of my mind that gives me a reality check, made comparisons between what feels good for us versus consequences for not doing the right thing. So what, I’ll get fat, suffer from high blood pressure, get diabetes or even have a… Continue

Added by okpara nosakhere on July 1, 2010 at 9:52pm — No Comments

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