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British Government is promoting cycling and walking as healthy and convenient ways to travel

British Government is promoting cycling and walking as healthy and convenient ways to travel

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority reviews the first request by British scientists to clone human embryos today

The Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority reviews the first request by British scientists to clone human embryos today

2,332 dengue fever cases reported in Philippines this year

2,332 dengue fever cases reported in Philippines this year

New material, cellular perfluoroelastomers could revolutionise surgery and save lives

New material, cellular perfluoroelastomers could revolutionise surgery and save lives

NICE guides new treatments for prostate cancer, drugs misuse, osteoporosis and heart failure

NICE guides new treatments for prostate cancer, drugs misuse, osteoporosis and heart failure

Genetically engineered thyroid stimulating hormone destroys tissue that often remains after thyroidectomy

Genetically engineered thyroid stimulating hormone destroys tissue that often remains after thyroidectomy

Pulsed dye laser therapy not effective in treating acne

Pulsed dye laser therapy not effective in treating acne

Obesity must be acknowledged as a disease

Obesity must be acknowledged as a disease

New approach to interpreting brain electroencephalograms could help understanding of epilepsy and autism

New approach to interpreting brain electroencephalograms could help understanding of epilepsy and autism

The UK health service proved robust in an exercise to test response to a deliberate release of a chemical substance

The UK health service proved robust in an exercise to test response to a deliberate release of a chemical substance

Joint initiative to tackle cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke

Joint initiative to tackle cancer, diabetes, heart disease and stroke

World's largest study into intensive care

World's largest study into intensive care

Cyberonics announces two new Phase IV epilepsy studies

Cyberonics announces two new Phase IV epilepsy studies

Is drinking water a middle-class fashion?

Is drinking water a middle-class fashion?

Cholera outbreak in Cameroon

Cholera outbreak in Cameroon

Domestic violence five times more than official UK figures

Domestic violence five times more than official UK figures

New Cincinnati adult diabetes center

New Cincinnati adult diabetes center

Beef tacos with a side order of Escherichia coli

Beef tacos with a side order of Escherichia coli

Echinacea may do nothing for that runny nose

Echinacea may do nothing for that runny nose

Marijuana/Cannabis causes transient schizophrenia-like symptoms

Marijuana/Cannabis causes transient schizophrenia-like symptoms