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Early sign of yellow fever found

An early signifier of yellow fever, an infectious disease which can be fatal, could lead to a new treatment and better diagnosis, a study said.

VIDEO: 'Bed blockers face legal action'

A hospital is to give so-called "bed blockers" seven days to leave or face possible legal action, saying that too many families are refusing to take elderly relatives home.

MPs to debate NHS 'privatisation'

MPs are to debate a bill which its supporters say will roll back what they see as the creeping privatisation of the NHS in England.

'No fertility help for cancer young'

Young women with breast cancer are not being told about the possibility of freezing eggs or embryos ahead of potentially damaging chemotherapy treatment, says charity Breast Cancer Care.

NHS 'should use cancer drug for eyes'

A drug that prevents elderly people losing their sight should be routinely available on the NHS, says the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

Watchdog ranks mental health trusts

Health watchdog the Care Quality Commission ranks mental health NHS trusts in England in terms of risk of providing poor care.

Breastfeeding voucher trial results

Initial results of a controversial scheme offering shopping vouchers to persuade mothers to breastfeed have shown promise, researchers say.

Female bosses 'more depressed'

Women with job authority are more likely than men to display symptoms of depression, according to research in the US.

Bed blockers 'face legal action'

A hospital is to give so-called "bed blockers" seven days to leave or face possible legal action, saying too many families are refusing to take elderly relatives home when they are fit to go.

Unions agree Wales-only NHS pay deal

Union leaders accept the first Wales-only pay deal offered to NHS staff.

Obesity 'costing same as smoking'

The worldwide cost of obesity is about the same as smoking or armed conflict and greater than both alcoholism and climate change, research suggests.

Complex jobs 'may protect memory'

People with mentally taxing jobs, including lawyers and graphic designers, may end up having better memory in old age, research suggests.

Double cancer referrals, GPs urged

New draft NHS guidelines encourage GPs to diagnose and refer almost twice as many cancer patients in England each year.

Pork gelatine flu spray concerns

A flu vaccination programme in Lancashire has been criticised by some Muslim groups during the latest stage in its roll-out, in Lancashire.

AUDIO: Surgeon's records made public

Performance data for thousands of NHS surgeons is being published on Wednesday. Critics fear the figures will mislead the public.

AUDIO: Early years of sex research on display

Today programme presenter Sarah Montague on a tour of The Institute of Sexology, a new exhibition at the Wellcome Collection, London.

Surgeon performance data 'misses the mark'

Data on surgeons' performance 'may not tell the whole story'

Why nightshifts pile on the pounds

Scientists believe they have discovered why people who work nightshifts are more prone to weight gain and obesity.

One kiss 'shares 80 million bugs'

A small study by Dutch scientists suggests a single 10-second kiss can transfer as many as 80 million bacteria.

Is bushmeat behind Ebola outbreak?

What role does wild animal meat play in the Ebola outbreak?

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