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Vulnerable adults set for autumn Covid booster jab 19 May 2022 Government's vaccine advisers said winter remains the riskiest time for the virus. Read more
Government failed health staff in pandemic - BMA 19 May 2022 The doctors' union cites lack of PPE and says medics still suffer the health impacts of the pandemic. Read more
Eating disorder hospital cases up 84% in five years in England 19 May 2022 Psychiatrists say all nurses and doctors must be able to recognise the signs of people at risk. Read more
Half of new nurses and midwives come from abroad 18 May 2022 International recruitment hits record high with nurse leaders warning about sustainability of trend. Read more
Monkeypox: Two more people infected to take total to nine in UK 18 May 2022 The virus doesn't usually spread easily and the risk to the UK population is low, officials say. Read more
The bitter fight over abortion clinic protests 18 May 2022 Four years after the first buffer zone outside a clinic only two more have followed in England. Read more
Shrewsbury and Telford NHS Trust admits failures after two patients die 18 May 2022 One man, Mohammed Ismael Zaman, bled to death during dialysis, while the other was trapped in a bed. Read more
Pret allergy death: Natasha Ednan-Laperouse's parents set up trial 18 May 2022 The trial has been set up by the family of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, who died after eating a sandwich. Read more
Charlie King: TOWIE star describes body dysmorphia 'turmoil' 17 May 2022 The former reality star appeared before the Health and Social Care Committee to discuss body image. Read more
Breast cancer 'metal detector' recommended to NHS 17 May 2022 The new gadget can help surgeons find and remove cancer that has spread from the breast, say experts. Read more
What is monkeypox? 19 May 2022 Another person in the UK has been diagnosed with monkeypox - but what is the virus and how dangerous is it? Read more
Probe after man wrongly diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease 16 May 2022 Alex Preston says he wants answers after being told he had the illness for seven years. Read more
I may not have long to live but I want three children 17 May 2022 Ewan Bowlby, 27, was diagnosed with a brain tumour but plans to get married and start a family. Read more
Are we failing young people with cancer? 13 May 2022 Deborah James' experience has raised questions about how good the UK is at spotting and treating the disease. Read more
Vitamin D: Could UV-mushrooms help fix the nation’s issue? 15 May 2022 With one in 10 deficient in vitamin D, the government is exploring new ways to boost the UK’s intake. Read more
Chronic pain: The ‘unbearable’ condition affecting one in four 11 May 2022 Specialists warn the NHS is not set up to deal with such complex conditions. Read more
Deborah James: Big C presenter 'can't do anything more' to fight cancer 11 May 2022 The You, Me and the Big C presenter is receiving end-of-life care at home for bowel cancer. Read more
Hepatitis in children: How many cases are there? 04 May 2022 It looks likely that a common virus which usually causes colds, vomiting and diarrhoea has a role to play. Read more
Cost of living: Are value food brands healthy? 06 May 2022 MP George Eustice has urged shoppers to choose supermarket own brands to help cut living costs. Read more
Have I got Covid, a bad cold or something else? 05 Apr 2022 What are the new Covid symptoms, and when should I stay at home? Read more
'I've had long Covid for two years now' 01 Apr 2022 Why are so many people still living with long Covid after two years and are there any hopes for treatment? Read more
Covid: Why are so many people catching it again? 22 Apr 2022 As Covid continues to spread rapidly, are many people catching Omicron for a second time? Read more
Covid: What is the guidance across the UK now? 03 May 2022 Almost all of the UK's Covid rules have ended, two years after they were introduced. Read more
What are the Covid variants and do vaccines still work? 11 Mar 2022 Some people who have been vaccinated have still been catching Omicron. Read more
How will the vulnerable be protected from Covid? And other questions 22 Feb 2022 The government has announced the end of all Covid restrictions in England. Read more
End of Covid regulations: What if I'm still worried? 22 Feb 2022 What would ending isolation rules in England mean for people who are worried about getting Covid? Read more
Omicron: How do I know if I have it? 04 Jan 2022 The symptoms are similar to a cold, while genetic analysis is the only way to confirm the variant. Read more
Covid: How to look after yourself at home 06 Apr 2022 What can you expect if you have Covid, and when should you get extra help? Read more
Covid vaccine ‘waning immunity’: How worried should I be? 14 Nov 2021 Is the effectiveness of Covid vaccines waning over time? We look at how much protection being double vaccinated offers. Read more
Covid booster: Who can get the fourth jab and how do you book it? 05 Apr 2022 Over-75s and those with a weakened immune system are being offered an extra booster dose this spring. Read more
Why bonding over the Euros appeared to increase Covid cases in men 01 Aug 2021 Psychologists say men need to be part of a group in order to vent their feelings and emotions. Read more
Covid: Why are 12-15s now being double-jabbed? 29 Nov 2021 All children aged 12 to 15 are being offered two doses of Covid vaccine. Read more
Why you shouldn't get a second Covid jab too early 02 Jul 2021 A government scientific advisor tells Newsbeat why four weeks is too soon between Covid jabs. Read more
Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk? 29 Jul 2021 There are fears that this version of coronavirus, first identified in South Africa, is Read more
Covid rules: How can the clinically vulnerable stay safe? 13 Jul 2021 As social-distancing and other Covid rules end in England, how can people who were shielding stay safe? Read more
What are the latest rules for face coverings and masks? 16 Mar 2022 Rules around face coverings are easing across the UK but they are still required in some settings. Read more
How many cases in your area? 19 May 2022 Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area. Read more
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose? 17 Nov 2021 All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first. Read more
How do we know Covid vaccines are safe? 15 Feb 2022 Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines. Read more
Coronavirus: What it does to the body 14 Mar 2020 What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated? Read more
Support bubbles: How do they work and who is in yours? 06 Jan 2021 Some people across the UK have been able to form "support bubbles" or "extended households". Read more
How to get a Covid test 03 May 2022 Most people in England and Scotland no longer get free PCRs or LFTs, and rules vary across the rest of the UK. Read more
All you need to know on the coronavirus 06 Oct 2021 A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus. Read more
Coronavirus: Intensive care and other key terms explained 03 May 2020 Use our tool to check the meaning of key words and phrases associated with the Covid-19 outbreak. Read more
Coronavirus: What is the risk to men over 50? 16 Apr 2020 While most people will have mild symptoms and recover quickly, some are more prone to getting sick. Read more
Coronavirus: Do face masks actually work? 14 Mar 2020 With face masks in high demand, we look at whether they really can protect people from the virus. Read more
Bristol mum writes heart surgery book to help son 14 May 2022 Aimee says the book will help her son understand why he "should be proud" of his heart surgery scar. Read more
Ambulance wait times: Injured nine-year-old told ambulance would take hours to reach her 12 May 2022 Willow's parents drove her to hospital and were told she should not have been moved due to her injuries. Read more
Chronic pain: 'A life with pain is still a life' 11 May 2022 At the age of 13 Luke woke up in horrific pain and a decade on his condition is still undiagnosed. Read more
'The Down Syndrome Act means so much to me' 01 May 2022 Families have been working together to bring about change for people with Down's syndrome. Read more
New 3D female anatomy model used to better treat women 01 May 2022 A new 3D female anatomy model is being used to teach first year medical students. Read more

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