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AUDIO: Downton actor on anorexic wife's death

Actor David Robb, whose anorexic wife killed herself, says people should realise the illness affects older women too.

Migrants to pay more to use NHS

Non-EU patients are to be charged 150% of the cost of NHS treatment in a fresh crackdown on so-called "health tourism".

NHS trust payout over toddler death

A trust has paid £30,000 to the family of a toddler who died on Christmas Day from a serious infection.

'Child neglect' blamed for bad teeth

Child neglect is to blame for "absolutely appalling" levels of children needing their teeth pulled in hospital, a dental charity says.

Lack of NHS Down's test criticised

A new screening test for Down's syndrome is still not available across the Welsh NHS, six years after guidelines said it should be.

UK drug firm recommends US takeover

British drug firm Shire recommends a takeover offer from US rival AbbVie after its most recent £30bn ($51.3bn) offer.

Footballers 'need concussion care'

Decisions on whether a footballer can return to the pitch after a head injury should be taken by an independent doctor, says an editorial in The Lancet.

A third of Alzheimer's 'preventable'

One in three cases of Alzheimer's disease worldwide is preventable, according to research from the University of Cambridge.

VIDEO: Warning over child dental health

Nearly 500 young children a week are being admitted to hospital to have rotten teeth removed, according to NHS figures.

Mental health work scheme piloted

Ministers are piloting ways to get more people with mental health problems into work with earlier treatment and employment support.

Desmond Tutu backs assisted dying

The retired Anglican Archbishop of South Africa Desmond Tutu says he "reveres the sanctity of life" but supports assisted dying.

Harvard doctor is Reith lecturer

Surgeon and writer Atul Gawande will deliver this year's BBC Reith Lectures, to be grouped under the title 'The Future of Medicine'.

VIDEO: Cholera outbreak in South Sudan

A cholera outbreak has spread to nine out of 10 states in South Sudan.

Scientists probe 'sex addict' brains

The first study to investigate brain activity in sex addicts finds remarkable similarities with scans of people addicted to drugs.

More weight loss ops for diabetes

An expansion of weight loss surgery in England is being proposed to tackle an epidemic of type 2 diabetes.

Gay men urged to take HIV drugs

The World Health Organization says all men who have sex with men should be offered antiretroviral drugs to help reduce the number of new HIV infections.

Maternity closures due to shortages

Many NHS trusts in England have temporarily shut maternity units in the past year, commonly because of lack of staff and beds, a BBC investigation shows.

Headbanging brain injury warning

German doctors are highlighting the dangers of headbanging after a 50-year-old man developed bleeding in the brain following a Motorhead concert.

'Most dangerous day of their life'

The first is the most dangerous of life

Admitting fewer patients 'won't cut costs'

The risks of a plan to admit fewer patients

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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