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UK Health News
A trial vaccine against Ebola could be tested on healthy volunteers in the UK in September, says an international health consortium.
The number of complaints made about NHS care in England increased to an average of 480 every day, according to official data.
Three-quarters of cancer patients who are depressed are not getting the psychological therapy they need, researchers say.
Nigeria confirms its first Ebola death outside Lagos, a Port Harcourt doctor, as the WHO says the total number of cases could eventually pass 20,000.
The government might threaten to stop buying some expensive cancer drugs if the companies that make them do not cut their prices, Newsnight learns.
Eating tomatoes may lower the risk of prostate cancer, research suggests.
The hormone erythropoietin (EPO) could prevent brain injuries in very premature babies, a study suggests.
Prof Philip Lamey, a former professor of dentistry, has lost his case for unfair dismissal brought against Queen's University, Belfast.
New rules mean nurses and midwives who have completed their training outside Europe will face shorter tests to check they are fit to work in the UK.
The British volunteer nurse William Pooley, who contracted Ebola while working in Sierra Leone, has been given the experimental drug ZMapp.
The World Health Organization says there should be regulations preventing the use of electronic cigarettes indoors in public and work places.
Bacteria which naturally live inside our digestive system can help prevent food allergies, according to animal research.
A whole functional organ has been grown from scratch inside an animal for the first time, say researchers in Scotland.
An "unprecedented" number of doctors and nurses have been infected with Ebola virus in west Africa, according to the World Health Organization.
Star Trek X Prize finalists named
People are urged to pre-cook food in the oven before barbecuing it after research finds many Britons make hygiene mistakes when cooking outdoors.
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Patients are to be encouraged to travel to hospital by taxi or get a lift rather than call for an ambulance if they are assessed as low priority.
A doctor from Cardiff talks of her "traumatic" experiences helping Ebola victims in the west African state of Liberia.
The BBC's Tom Brown finds out what is in a fake cigarette
Cellist Rachael Lander talks about how she secretly used alcohol and beta-blockers to get through concerts and her eventual road to recovery.
Singer songwriter Anastacia tells BBC Breakfast about her post mastectomy experience and new album 'Resurrection'
More people are suffering from malnutrition as a result of worsening food poverty, experts have warned.
The NHS is to rapidly expand the number of physician associates, who take histories of patients, examine them and make simple diagnoses.
A study in Switzerland says that on average, one British person a fortnight travels to the city of Zurich for help to end their lives.
Pulp's keyboardist had arthritis at 16 but can't say no to playing
Why so many of us are developing allergies
Wash your hands and other top tips to avoid Ebola
Could your clothes save your life?
Will watching a death online cause psychological distress?
Warning over electrical brain stimulation
Venezuela's illegal mines, where malaria is on the rise
Ebola crisis has serious financial effect on West Africa
A doctor reports from the Ebola front line
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