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Trials showed the risk of the cancer returning after surgery was reduced with the therapy.
The party fears the eight-week blood test, available privately, may lead to selective abortions of girls.
A campaigning mother explains why respite services are so important.
A major study suggests elderly people in good health should not take the drug every day.
Severe staff shortages are affecting services vital to diagnosing cancer, according to a report.
Susan Payne's life was saved by heart surgery when she was a child in 1960.
Harry from St John Ambulance teaches us how to perform CPR on a dummy.
Lisa Simkin contacted her donor’s family six months after a life-saving lung transplant, and says they “opened their door with loving arms”.
A charity warns the NHS must be more vigilant over deadly meningitis and sepsis cases.
Experts are concerned vulnerable patients are being exploited.
Some still believe e-cigarettes are as harmful as smoking, a public health charity says.
For six years Tilly Griffiths dreamt of studying in the US and now thanks to NHS funding she is going.
The home secretary says protest-free areas around clinics "would not be a proportionate response".
The key 62-day target for treatment to start has not been hit since December 2015 in England.
The inquest into the death of Joan Blaber, 85, who died after drinking Flash hears she may not be the first.
Rachel Day was 29 when she contracted sepsis which ravaged her body killing her 10 days later.
One young woman stopped all her medication after taking up swimming in cold water every week.
Experts criticise Public Health England's decision to work with a charity funded by the alcohol industry.
It doesn't necessarily mean your partner cheated, and you can get it from safe sex.
Social media star and wheelchair user Annie Segarra started #hotpersoninawheelchair after being constantly discriminated for being disabled.