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UK agencies in quake health warning

There is a risk of serious outbreaks of disease such as cholera and dysentery in the aftermath of the Nepal earthquake, UK aid agencies warn.

Ovarian cancer blood test 'boost'

A 14-year UK trial of regular blood tests shows such success in early detection of ovarian cancer that it could lead to a national screening programme.

C-word drama is 'lasting legacy'

The brother of author Lisa Lynch, who wrote a candid book and blog about her battle with breast cancer, says a BBC drama on her life will be "a lasting legacy".

VIDEO: 'No such thing as a healthy tan'

Doctors warn that Britain's unpredictable weather could mean people are not protecting themselves against the sun and should regularly check for signs of skin cancer.

Most 'unaware' of skin cancer signs

More than three-quarters of people in the UK would not recognise signs of skin cancer, a survey by British Association of Dermatologists suggests.

Gene therapy retina disease potential

Two trials of gene therapy on an inherited form of blindness in children have shown that patients' eyesight can be improved - but only temporarily.

Mental health travel 'unacceptable'

Mental health patients having to travel as far as 79 miles for a bed is "not acceptable", says the charity Mind.

VIDEO: 'Obesity killed my son'

Satish Appleby speaks about the death of her overweight son.

3D windpipe 'saves children's lives'

Three babies have been saved from a life-threatening condition by using 3D printed windpipe splints to help them breathe, a pilot study reveals.

Private GP out-of-hours care 'worse'

GP out-of-hours services provided by commercial companies perform slightly worse than NHS or not-for-profit equivalents, an analysis shows.

US says 'No' to modifying embryo DNA

Modifying the DNA of embryos is a "line that should not be crossed" and poses serious safety and ethical issues, a leading figure in US research says.

'First natural birth' for diabetic

A diabetic woman is the first in the world to give birth naturally after using an artificial pancreas while pregnant, experts say.

Men 'catching up on life expectancy'

Men are narrowing the gap on women when it comes to life expectancy in England and Wales, research in the Lancet indicates.

Antibiotics 'not being protected'

Three-quarters of countries do not have plans in place to preserve antimicrobial medicines, the World Health Organization says.

VIDEO: A look inside the UK's newest hospital

UK's newest hospital, South Glasgow University Hospital, is to receive its first patients on Monday.

Back pain link to chimpanzee spine

People with lower back problems are more likely to have a spine similar in shape to the chimpanzee, our closest ape ancestor.

Mosquito 'lured by body odour genes'

The likelihood of being bitten by mosquitoes could be down to genes that control our body odour, a pilot study in Plos One suggests.

'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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Eating two rashers or one sausage a day can increase your risk of pancreatic cancer by almost a fifth, claims a new study. Isabel Webster reports.

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