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UK Health News
A paralysed man becomes the first in the world to walk again following a pioneering therapy which involved transplanting cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord.
Non-smokers living with a smoker are exposed to three times the officially recommended safe levels of damaging air particles, according to a study.
Scientists say they have identified the underlying reason why some people are prone to the winter blues, or seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
Britain's drinking culture has sparked a worrying rise in liver disease deaths, warn health officials.
Society is paying a "shocking" price for poor mental health care for pregnant women and new mothers in the UK, a report says.
William Pooley, the British nurse who contracted Ebola while volunteering in West Africa, returns to Sierra Leone to work at a hospital.
A new law that would allow terminally-ill patients in England and Wales to be given untested medicines moves a step closer after receiving government backing.
The World Health Organization declares Nigeria officially free of Ebola - hailing it a "spectacular success story" - after six weeks with no new cases.
Radiographers across the UK hold a four-hour strike in the latest walkout by NHS staff in an ongoing dispute with the government over pay.
A £2m programme using sport to help people suffering from mental health problems is announced by Sport England and Mind.
Treating common ailments like coughs and colds at community pharmacies could save the NHS over £1bn a year, the Royal Pharmaceutical Society claims.
Around 550 scans and x-rays are cancelled across Wales as radiographers hold a four-hour strike on Monday.
The feeling of euphoria, or high, created by addictive behaviour is less obvious in the brains of problem gamblers, research suggests.
The first minister dismisses calls for an inquiry into the running of the NHS in Wales, as the Conservatives claim a survey shows strong public support for the idea.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf says all nations have a stake in the fight against Ebola, which "respects no borders".
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A photo-sharing app enabling healthcare professionals to view patients' photos is to be launched across western Europe.
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Blood from survivors of the Ebola virus is being used to treat patients suffering from the disease.
BBC Inside Out looks at the High Court ruling that doctors must ask patients or their relatives whether they want to be resuscitated.
Prof Allyson Pollock and Prof Tom Solomon on the western reaction to Ebola and threat to the UK.
BBC Inside Out examines whether health fears over plastic food packaging are justified and asks if BPA should be banned in the UK.
Public Health England warns of large jump in the number of people dying of liver disease, triggered by an increase in alcohol consumption.
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Global health body under fire over Ebola
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The time when the average age of death was zero
Fiona Phillips on being haunted by putting her parents in a home
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