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These specialist doctors can't keep up with the increasing workload of reading and interpreting scans.
Comedian Sarah-May Philo sang and told jokes while a surgeon removed her life-threatening brain tumour
University staff are being encouraged to say the word "menopause" three times a day to remove the stigma.
It stops cancer growth and can shrink some hard-to-treat ovarian and lung tumours, researchers say.
A quarter of school-age children have not had a test, putting them at risk of sight problems, a survey finds.
Heavy drinkers share their boozing habits - including spending £500 a month on wine.
Claire Stone has steamed her own vagina for eight years and now offers the practice to other women.
The TV and radio broadcaster revealed he sometimes drank more than 100 units a week.
Scientists hope their discovery could ease shortages of "universal" donor blood.
NHS hospitals can start offering it to men with benign prostate enlargement, says regulator.
Leaving the EU without a deal would make it harder to stop the spread of diseases, NHS boss is told.
Callum has tried mainstream and special schools without success, his mother says.
Only 26% of maternity units follow guidelines that allow women to choose to have a Caesarean.
Only 26% of UK maternity units are following guidelines that allow women to choose to have a Caesarean.
They were also less stressed compared to people working in cubicles or private offices, a US study found.
Asthma hospital admissions have shot up in recent Septembers after a lapse in children's inhaler use.
MSPs urge ministers to take stronger action to curb the use of a controversial surgical procedure.
Concerns are raised sports supplements such as protein shakes could be harmful to teenagers.
Doctors' representatives say practices are struggling to recruit new GPs and deal with mounting workloads.
The football league gives dads the opportunity to share problems and advice on parenthood.