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Breast surgeon Ian Paterson needlessly harmed patients

Ian Paterson conducted "extensive, life-changing operations for no medically-justifiable reason".

Cancer Drugs Fund 'huge waste of money'

Politicians and experts are criticised over the fund, which cost £1.27bn and may have harmed patients.

Test may spot glaucoma before symptoms begin, study says

A simple eye test could lead to earlier detection of a condition causing irreversible sight loss.

Plain tobacco packaging 'may cut smokers by 300,000 in UK'

A study review gives its best estimate of how standard packs could impact on smoking.

Postpartum haemorrhage: Cheap lifesaver 'cuts deaths by a third'

A drug to stop bleeding after giving birth could cut deaths by a third, research suggests.

'Exciting' blood test spots cancer a year early

The discovery allows doctors to detect returning tumours earlier and increases chances of a cure.

Councils and health boards dispute £250m care costs

Law lords must decide who pays for nurses delivering social care in residential homes.

Air pollution: 'Heart disease link found'

Extremely small particles of air pollution have the potential to end up in the body, a study suggests.

General election 2017: Labour promises pay rises for NHS staff

The party says it wants to tackle workforce shortages that it says are risking patient safety.

NHS contaminated blood was 'criminal cover-up' - Burnham

Former Health Secretary Andy Burnham calls for a "Hillsborough-style inquiry" into the claims.

Alcohol binge can upset heart's rhythm, say researchers

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Premature lambs kept alive in 'plastic bag' womb

Scientists were able to keep premature lambs alive for a month using an artificial "plastic bag" womb.

Mental health care cuts in England 'to total £4.5m'

Data from 127 clinical commissioning groups also suggests total spending will rise by 4.15% in 2017/18.

Derby button battery girl Kacie Barradell home after ordeal

Kacie Barradell had the battery removed in hospital after it caused serious internal damage.

Exercise 'keeps the mind sharp' in over-50s, study finds

The brain is fed with more oxygen and nutrients, boosting thinking and memory skills.

Welsh patient waits four years to leave hospital

The patient was declared fit for discharge more than 1,300 days ago, but has not left hospital.

Malaria: Kenya, Ghana and Malawi get first vaccine

It should prevent four in 10 cases of the disease, but it is the first "real world" trial.

Shrewsbury trust warned over baby heart monitoring in 2007

Since then, failures to monitor foetal heart rates have contributed to the deaths of five babies.

Brain Tumour Charity cautious about Italy mobile phone ruling

Charity urges caution after a ruling in Italy about mobile phone use and brain tumour growth.

Shops agree to limit sugary drinks sales in hospitals

The NHS in England wants to reduce sugar intake by patients and staff to reduce health problems.

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Billion-dollar drug company hides astounding discovery of a natural cancer killer

CLICK THE LINK BELOW AND FIND OUT AMAZING NATURAL CANCER FIGHTING SECRETS: This is a commercial offer to buy something later but it also re…

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12 Positive Changes To Public Breast Feeding

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Zika, first discovered in Africa more than 70 years ago. Looks like there's a new disease every year. Now it's Zika. First U.S. Zika virus transmission reported, attributed to sex.vaccinations

This is a relatively newly discovered virus and guess what, there is no cure. It mainly causes children to be borned without a brain, i.e…

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THE BEST WAY TO HATE A NIGGER IS TO HATE THEM BEFORE THEY ARE BORN.

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Google SEARCH: DID MONSANTO BUY OUT WHOLEFOOD STORES?

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Critics weigh in on bill seeking genetic information of workers. Dna test for work.

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Dick Gregory - Drugs Posing As Food

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GOVERNMENT SLAVES. Adults Targeted as Federal Government Prepares to Track the Unvaccinated-Big Government is Partnering with Your Employer, Community & Religious Organizations

During the National Vaccine Advisory Committee’s (NVAC) February meeting, American adults were put on notice by Big Brother that non-compli…

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Marijuana cures cancer – US government has known since 1974

President Obama on a Moonshot to Cure Cancer Ingrid Nilsen: "Something that I heard you talk about in the State of the Union that you want…

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An MD tells the truth about vaccines There is nothing safe about them - Is the risk worth the dubious reward

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This War Zone Anthropologist Used Ayahuasca To Heal His PTSD

“What lives in my head is an abnormally long horror film about the monstrosities of the human race,” says anthropologist Riccardo Vitale, P…

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Fatal Pit Bull Attacks-3-Day-Old Baby Killed by Dog: SDPD

victim #495 Hunter Bragg, is the 495th American killed by a pit bull. fact U.S. fatal pit bull attacks have surpassed 285 since 1998; the…

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A sexually transmitted disease the world thought it eradicated is coming back at an alarming rate

In recent months, newspapers around the country have published stories that sound like they could have been written 100 years ago. Indiana’…

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