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Whorlton Hall abuse: Care watchdog launches investigations

The health watchdog is launching a review into how it handled a 2015 report raising concerns about W..

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Dating apps users ‘more likely to have unhealthy attitudes to weight’

Men and women who use dating apps may be at increased risk of controlling their weight in unhealthy ..

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Chief medical officer considers recommending tax on unhealthy food

England's chief medical officer says she is considering recommending a tax on unhealthy food to..

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Ultra-processed food linked to early death

Ultra-processed foods – such as chicken nuggets, ice cream and breakfast cereals – have been linked ..

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Psychiatrists call for warnings over antidepressant withdrawal

Patients suffering severe symptoms when they come off antidepressants too quickly need more help and..

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Transgender no longer recognised as ‘disorder’ by WHO

Transgender health issues will no longer be classified as mental and behavioural disorders under big..

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English ‘short-changed on care funding’

Public spending on care for the elderly and disabled is much higher in Scotland and Wales than Engla..

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Fertility paradox in male beauty quest

Scientists have uncovered an evolutionary paradox where men damage their ability to have children du..

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Prostate gel spacer reduces bowel and bladder damage

A man with prostate cancer is the first NHS patient in the UK to have a device implanted which can…

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What the European election means for health care

The European Parliament election is sure to shake up health care issues as newly elected MEPs jockey..

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