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First Europe non-beating heart swap

Surgeons in Cambridgeshire perform the first heart transplant in Europe using a non-beating heart.

VIDEO: NHS in England 'deteriorating'

A report by the health think-tank, the King's Fund, says services in the NHS in England are deteriorating.

Indiana emergency for HIV 'epidemic'

The governor of Indiana has declared a public health emergency and authorised a needle sharing programme, after an HIV outbreak "reached epidemic proportions" in part of the state.

VIDEO: What makes a healthy High Street?

A new study by the Royal Society for Public Health lists the healthiest and unhealthiest high streets in the UK, putting Shrewsbury at the top and Preston at the bottom.

VIDEO: 'Sport must act on mental health'

A former Premier League footballer who attempted to kill himself says that sporting bodies need to accept responsibility for dealing with mental health issues.

'Unhealthiest High Streets' revealed

Preston tops a league table of the UK's "unhealthiest High Streets" according to the Royal Society for Public Health.

NHS problems worst 'since 1990s'

Services in the NHS in England are deteriorating in a way not seen since the early 1990s, according to a leading health think tank.

DNA of 'an entire nation' assessed

The genetic code of "an entire nation" has effectively been deduced, say researchers in Iceland.

Health deficit 'risks damaging care'

The £259m deficit facing East of England hospitals poses a "genuine risk of damaging quality of care", an NHS trusts' group warns.

Ebola 'more deadly' in young children

Ebola is more deadly for young children than adults, an analysis in the New England Journal of Medicine suggests.

Cameron apology over infected blood

Prime Minister David Cameron apologises on behalf of the British government to victims of the contaminated blood scandal.

Antibiotic use linked to diabetes

People who need treating with repeated courses of antibiotics may be at increased risk of developing diabetes, researchers have found.

Approach to obesity 'inexplicable'

MPs say it's "inexplicable" the NHS in England spends more on bariatric surgery than well-established measures to prevent obesity.

Air pollution 'link to stroke risk'

Air pollution is linked to an increased risk of stroke, a large global study in the British Medical Journal suggests.

Why nine hours' sleep may be bad for you

It's widely assumed that the ideal amount of sleep is eight hours each night - but some experts now say that could be too much, and may actually be unhealthy.

Hospital mental health absences rise

Staff absences for mental health problems have doubled at hospital trusts across England in the last four years, new figures show.

The hunters breaking an Ebola ban on bushmeat

Last year, Sierra Leone banned bushmeat in an effort to stop the spread of Ebola - but has it stopped the hunters? And will it really help? Mark Doyle joins some hunters in the Wara Wara mountains.

'Cancer made me want mashed potato'

The strange effects of cancer on appetite

Care in the UK: The costs you face

As we live longer and with council budgets tight, the social care system that supports us in our later years is under increasing pressure. Find out the costs you might face.

NHS should welcome 'citizen whistleblowers'

Why the NHS should listen to people who see something amiss

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