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Dorset orchestra forms 'first ensemble of disabled musicians' - 18 Mar 2018
The musicians hope to show that disabled people can and should be more involved in classical music.

Living healthy in Qatar: Why's it hard? - 18 Mar 2018
In Qatar, over 70% of the population is overweight or obese.

Hundreds of nurses 'hit by student loan errors' - 16 Mar 2018
Nursing students at a number of universities struggle with student loan overpayments, says the nurses' union.

TV anchor Andrea McLean: 'Give menopausal women M badges' - 16 Mar 2018
ITV's Andrea McLean, who reached early menopause, tells commuters to cut hot flush sufferers "slack".

Worcestershire Royal Hospital's ambulance wait 'catastrophe' - 16 Mar 2018
Ambulance service bosses have warned Worcestershire Royal that patients face "significant risk of harm".

'I wish I had the confidence to go out without make-up' - 16 Mar 2018
Twenty-nine-year-old Tracy has acne, and worries about what people think of her at work.

'You have to present the perfect face online' - 16 Mar 2018
Lex has rosacea and says it's hard to be honest about her skin online.

Pharmacists to 'cut care home medicines' - 16 Mar 2018
The plan aims to review the number of medicines taken by residents, which can be 10 or more.

A better way to care for dementia patients - 16 Mar 2018
Infrared technology and artificial intelligence offer a better way to take care of dementia patients. It can scan their vital signs 24 hours a day.

How I saw Stephen Hawking's death as a disabled person - 16 Mar 2018
Why one disabled BBC journalist has found the reporting of Stephen Hawking's death troubling.

NHS accused of fuelling rise in opioid addiction - 15 Mar 2018
GPs prescribed nearly 24 million potentially addictive painkillers, equivalent to 2,700 an hour.

Bad blood: The rise and fall of Theranos and Elizabeth Holmes - 15 Mar 2018
How a woman came up with an idea that could have revolutionised blood testing - if it had worked.

Disabled girl's Hoddesdon home adapted by volunteers - 15 Mar 2018
A toddler who was born with a hole in her heart has had her home revamped by builders.

Platypus milk: How it could combat superbugs - 15 Mar 2018
The weird semi-aquatic creature's milk could lead to the creation of a new type of antibiotic.

MPs warn of 'poisonous air' emergency costing £20bn a year - 15 Mar 2018
Petrol and diesel cars must be phased out earlier than the 2040 target, Commons committees say.

'I take 'smart drugs' despite risks' - 15 Mar 2018
Leora is a student who takes a 'smart drug' to help her cope with the pressures of university.

'I was suicidal and the NHS didn’t know what to do' - 15 Mar 2018
At the age of 17 Sherry Denness tried to kill herself nine times in 10 days, and only then got the help she needed.

Hawking: Did he change views on disability? - 14 Mar 2018
"I think he's done more than anyone else," says a former student.

Thousands more women with heavy periods to be offered test - 14 Mar 2018
A hysteroscopy examines the inside of the womb and improves diagnosis, health officials say.

Professor Stephen Hawking's greatest wish - 14 Mar 2018
The physicist, who has died aged 76, had motor neurone disease.

Skiing helps me take on the outside world - 14 Mar 2018
George and his mum Gina explain how skiing helps him cope with his autism.

First steps taken for vaccine pills - 14 Mar 2018
Researchers hope it could pave the way for needle-free inoculations for lots of different diseases.

Women missing from breast implant register - 14 Mar 2018
NHS Digital says all cases should be logged by clinics to help them keep tabs on any safety issues.

Eco-nappies - 14 Mar 2018
How Mexican entrepreneur Ixchel Anaya launched a reusable nappies business that exports around the globe.

Philip Hammond hints at 'headroom' for more NHS spending - 13 Mar 2018
The chancellor gives the clearest indication yet he is prepared to find more cash for the health service.

Welsh minimum alcohol price law passes first hurdle - 13 Mar 2018
A law introducing a minimum price on alcohol has passed its first hurdle in the assembly

So terrified of eating I stopped growing at 11 - 13 Mar 2018
Allergies made a young dancer afraid of food and she was the size of a six-year-old at the age of 11.

NHS homeopathy ending in London - 13 Mar 2018
The Royal London Hospital for Integrated Medicine will stop NHS homeopathy in April.

Chinese takeaway can bust your salt allowance - 13 Mar 2018
Some takeaway dishes have half an adult's recommended daily allowance in just one dish, an analysis finds.

Mesh surgeon removed ovaries without prior consent - 12 Mar 2018
Tony Dixon is currently under investigation by North Bristol NHS Trust and the General Medical Council.

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