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Fat found in overweight people's lungs
18 Oct 2019 03:18
The findings could explain why being overweight or obese increases asthma risk, researchers say.
Microphone could diagnose 'noisy' arthritic knees
17 Oct 2019 01:42
The technology is the same as that used by engineers to listen for faults in bridges.
Genetic tests: Experts urge caution over home testing
17 Oct 2019 01:48
People should not make health decisions based on genetic tests they do at home, experts warn.
Milton Keynes Council: Man 'struggled to feed himself after care cut'
17 Oct 2019 00:10
The local authority has apologised for the "mistake" which led to a man's care being reduced.
NHS screening 'needs to fit with busy lives'
16 Oct 2019 02:18
Mobile clinics and evening and weekend opening could help increase uptake of NHS screening programmes.
How dad saved son from 'scalding cuppa' scars
16 Oct 2019 02:19
Each year hundreds of young UK children end up in hospital with severe but avoidable coffee and tea scalds, like Archie.
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