23 December 2014
On the twelfth day of Christmas...could we be hitting the phones trying to get a GP appointment or turning up at our local surgeries?
Police should crack down on binge drinking to stop hospital staff becoming distracted by disorderly drunks, a leading doctor says.
Whooping cough may be evolving to outsmart the currently used vaccine, say researchers.
More than four in 10 cancers - 600,000 in the UK alone - could be prevented if people led healthier lives, say experts.
Doctors are warning parents to be vigilant after seeing a spate of young children with loom bands stuck up their noses.
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