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UK Health News
US President Barack Obama calls the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a threat to security worldwide while announcing a larger US role, including 3,000 troops, to help fight the virus.
Girths are continuing to expand in the US, despite obesity appearing to be reaching a plateau, data suggests.
The target to reduce sugar consumption should be much more ambitious, health experts say.
Rugby players who share towels, razors and cold baths are at risk of sharing serious skin infections too, public health experts warn.
Confidential papers passed to the BBC suggest a radical cost-saving plan will be implemented in the Scottish NHS after the referendum.
President Obama is to announce plans to send 3,000 troops to Liberia to help fight the Ebola virus, US officials say.
Plans for spending almost £5m raised by teenage cancer patient Stephen Sutton are revealed.
A consultation begins into the future of children's heart surgery in England after a review last year was dismissed by the government as flawed.
A child cancer specialist at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge admits sexually abusing boys in his care.
Switching from driving a car to walking or cycling to work improves the well-being of commuters, a study suggests.
Brain tumour patient Ashya Kin undergoes his first proton beam treatment at a Czech clinic.
A small study suggests some people's brains may have the ability to resist early Alzheimer's damage.
Almost 90% of councils in England are now only offering social care to those whose needs are deemed substantial or critical, according to the Association of Directors of Adult Social Services.
Police are investigating the production of intravenous feeds after the deaths of two babies in hospital in London.
Major trade talks between the US and EU must include healthcare, a UK health minister says amid claims doing so could threaten the NHS.
Experts warn that treating young people with Botox injections could restrict their emotional and social development.
A nicotine inhaler which closely resembles a cigarette is the first product of its kind to be licensed as a medicine in the UK.
The brain is still active while we sleep, say scientists, who found people were able to classify words according to their meaning during their slumber.
Cuban health officials say they are deploying 165 health workers to help tackle the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Google's latest acquisition is a firm which makes a spoon to help people with Parkinson's disease.
Watching action films could make you more likely than other TV programmes to pile on the pounds, according to US researchers.
Why does Ebola cause more concern than other deadly diseases?
Are the stakes high enough to unleash unproven drugs on Ebola patients?
Plans for spending almost £5m raised by teenage cancer sufferer Stephen Sutton have been revealed.
Almost one in six mental health patients in England have attempted suicide because of long waiting lists for therapy, according to new research.
An innovative vaccine delivery method called the Nanopatch is being evaluated by the World Health Organisation in the hope it can be used to help eradicate polio.
Targets to reduce sugar consumption should be much more ambitious, health experts say.
Tulip Mazumdar visits a camel market in Saudi Arabia to see how people feel about Middle East Respiratory Virus being linked to the animals.
The president of Ghana calls for the easing of restrictions on West African countries fighting the Ebola epidemic.
Poor sanitation has caused serious health problems in Haiti - but could a special eco toilet improve the situation?
Cycling or walking to work instead of driving makes you happier, according to new research.
Why are more children in Africa living beyond five?
Five bugs that lurk in changing rooms
Plight of Moldova's orphanage children
Debate over the fate of local hospitals
Israel's ventilator wards for the dying
A mother and daughter talk about living with dyspraxia
Why dementia is posing tough questions for the NHS
Have Saudis done enough to keep Hajj safe from deadly virus?
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