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Boots apologises for morning-after pill response

The company says it is looking for cheaper morning-after pill options - after initially saying it didn't want to "incentivise inappropriate use".

NHS plans to scrap homeopathy treatments

The proposals are criticised for "disproportionately affecting" poorer families.

'Mind-blowing' cows hold clue to beating HIV

The secret to an HIV vaccine may be in a cow's tummy, US researchers say.

Half of pupils expelled from school 'mentally ill'

A study suggests if those with undiagnosed problems were included, the rate would be much higher.

Aids deaths halve as more get drugs

One million people died from Aids last year, according to UNAids.

Nine lifestyle changes can reduce dementia risk, study says

They include hearing loss, smoking, and not finishing secondary education, a study says.

'Too many' patients locked in for mental health care

England's health regulator says a high proportion of people should be cared for closer to home.

Tobacco firms 'hamper anti-smoking push'

Countries covering two thirds of the world's population now have measures in place to encourage people to stop smoking.

Births to foreign-born mothers hit 28% in England and Wales

This figure has been on the rise since 1990 in England and Wales, official data shows.

Plan not to give HPV vaccine to boys causes concern

Decision not to vaccinate boys against a cancer-causing sexually transmitted infection attracts fierce criticism.

Pay row threatens overnight care for vulnerable

The back pay bill for carers who sleep overnight at people's homes could be as high as £400m.

Zion Harvey: Double hand transplant boy plays baseball

World's first double hand transplant child continues to show improvement two years on.

Vaginal mesh implant patients meet MPs

About 60 women and their families meet with a group of MPs to discuss the issue.

England 'on track' to stamp out smoking

Government sets out ambitious target to get remaining smokers to quit.

London paramedic has liquid thrown in face by masked men

She was flagged down by three men who appeared to be in distress before being attacked.

Life expectancy rises 'grinding to halt' in England

Leading health expert says he is "deeply concerned" and austerity may be to blame.

Many Scottish GPs failing to provide online bookings

Research finds just four health boards will meet a target for appointment bookings and prescriptions.

Charlie Gard: US doctor meets Great Ormond Street medics

Dr Michio Hirano has been given an honorary contract by Great Ormond Street Hospital.

Shortfall in number of children's doctors

Hospitals report they are struggling to fill their rotas with bosses concerned about how they will cope in the future.

Children 'exercise less as they get older'

The number of children doing an hour of exercise a day falls by 40% between the ages of five and 12.

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