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Horsefly bites are painful and can lead to a skin infection that may require antibiotics, say doctors.
Dr Andrew Bastawrous has invented an app that has been shown in clinical trials to help more children see clearly.
The charity argued it would be forced out of business by a £400m bill for the past six years.
It is the largest payout over allegations that Johnson & Johnson's talc-based products cause cancer.
It is the first time a long-term license for the use of the drug is granted in the UK under the new panel system.
The outdated technology was last widely used in the 1990s.
Naomi Lea was 15 when she needed help to cope with panic attacks and self harm but there was a long wait.
Beth Baldwin campaigned for change after her son Peter died from Type 1 diabetes complications aged 13.
How Fay Nugent beat her phobia by riding Wilber the Whale through a 10-storey tower block.
It can lead to an infection of the reproductive organs in women that can cause infertility.
Experts believe they may have found a way to prevent the condition from developing in at risk babies.
UK's data watchdog plans to fine the owner of the Emma's Diary baby advice and gift service £140,000.
Sophia Gibson is in intensive care as her family waits to hear whether she can receive medicinal cannabis.
The equivalent of two people a day required treatment for brain damage after sustained alcohol misuse.
It is believed to be the first time the banned oil has been allowed through the UK border.
Mesh must not be routinely used to treat women with stress urinary incontinence, NHS England told.
An NHS investigation was sparked by the suicide of an 18-year-old shortly after moving from child to adult care.
A BBC investigation is told face-down restraint was used violently and repeatedly at a mental health unit.
Parents are complaining that the new version of Aptamil formula is making their babies ill.
Giving solids as well as breast milk at three months resulted in fewer sleep problems for some babies.
US negotiators reportedly threatened retaliation against nations supporting a breastfeeding measure.
The "mosaic" vaccine produced an anti-HIV immune-system response in tests on 393 people.
A mental health charity says people with debt problems are twice as likely to develop major depression.
Scientists use patient records to confirm air pollution spikes with hospital admissions and GP visits.
Cherelle Farrugia, 25, breaks out in a painful rash every time she comes into contact with water.
"Massive" pressure on mental health services for young people is put down to over-referral by schools.
UK company Babylon Health is testing an artificially intelligent medical chatbot in Rwanda.
Brothers Alex and Nick are making a documentary about Down's Syndrome.
Former TOWIE star Danielle Armstrong says she bought cannabis oil for her friend who was dying from breast cancer.
Laura Foster explains how the Novichok nerve agent works and what to do if you think you've been exposed to it.
Valerie Paragon has created an African-Caribbean cultural setting at a Birmingham care home.
By measuring stress and anxiety levels, this wearable device could help people communicate.
Mountain goat, red deer, cereal grains and a toxic fern: What our ancestors ate 5,000 years ago.
The expert caver gave the OK for the boys to dive their way out and was among the last to leave.
More cases of the infection were diagnosed in England last year than at any point since WW2.
Anna Whitehouse tells how sharing her experiences of five miscarriages was "essential" for her.
The Bake Off winner doesn't think the rising cost will put people off buying sugary drinks.
Gavin didn't leave his flat for four years because of his weight, but gastric band surgery gave him hope.
Multiple areas in Salisbury and Amesbury are cordoned off as police continue their investigation.
Knowing more about what drugs people are using is crucial to protect them from harm.
As moorland fires continue to burn, what's the best way to stay safe and protect yourself?
Health secretary Jeremy Hunt responds to young people's mental health care for adolescents' experiences.
One of the children we've been following for four years begins treatment to delay the onset of puberty.
Gosport hospital scandal: the patient data that laid bare the scale of the scandal
A look at key moments and striking pictures during 70 years of the NHS
As the NHS celebrates its 70th anniversary one of its first patients recalls her life-saving treatment.
The great-niece of Aneurin Bevan talks about her upbringing and how she was named after him.
Dennis Moss has worked for the Welsh Ambulance Service for more than four decades and was inspired to join by a tragedy, but had to put up with racism.
Aneira Thomas arrived at one minute past midnight on 5th July 1948, at Glanamman hospital in west Wales.
Three generations of one family and a local doctor speak of the growing pressures on the NHS.
Grace and Ethel have both worked in nursing. Grace is 20 and Ethel is 88, but what's changed?
Michael Mosley compares working in A&E now and as a medical student 30 years ago.
A wife describes losing a husband to dementia and worrying about how to pay for his care.
Olive Belfield was a young nurse when Britain launched the National Health Service in 1948.
It's 70 years since the start of the NHS. How have hospitals changed for child patients since 1948?
Debates about the NHS often focus on the pressures of an ageing population, but how do younger patients use the service?
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