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BBC : health
22  mai     23h14
I was repeatedly ignored - report finds maternity racism
   The charity Birthrights conducted a year long investigation into racial injustice in maternity care
Monkeypox: Israel, Switzerland and Austria confirm cases
   Scientists are still unsure what is causing the outbreak which has now spread to countries
The sci-fi technology tackling malarial mosquitos
   Gene drive development makes a genetically modified gene that spreads widely within populations
UK charities call for menstrual leave for severe pain
   It comes after a draft bill was approved in Spanish parliament to allow three days of leave a month
20  mai     23h24
Monkeypox: Time to worry or one to ignore?
   We are facing an unusual and unprecedented monkeypox outbreak but how worrying is it
21  mai     07h10
Monkeypox: Doctors concerned over impact on sexual health
   Staff at sexual health clinics warn the virus is already stretching the workforce in many places
Monkeypox: 80 cases confirmed in 12 countries
   Another suspected cases of the rare disease are being investigated the WHO says
HRT swaps to fix supply shortage for UK women
   Pharmacists will be able to give suitable replacements without needing a brand new prescription
Ministers asleep at the wheel over dentist shortages, say Lib Dems
   Figures show of dentists doing NHS work are approaching retirement age
20  mai     14h37
Covid infections down again to one in 50, says ONS
   Infections have been falling since the end of March after the Omicron variant pushed up cases
Child hepatitis cases continue to rise in UK
   Officials say they have seen cases and of the young children have needed a liver transplant
UK monkeypox cases double to 20 - Sajid Javid
   Health secretary says most cases have been mild and further doses of a vaccine have been ordered
What is monkeypox and how do you catch it?
   Cases of monkeypox are being investigated in several countries including the UK
19  mai     19h36
Vulnerable adults set for autumn Covid booster jab
   Government s vaccine advisers said winter remains the riskiest time for the virus
Eating disorder hospital cases up 84% in five years in England
   Psychiatrists say all nurses and doctors must be able to recognise the signs of people at risk
Government failed health staff in pandemic - BMA
   The doctors union cites lack of PPE and says medics still suffer the health impacts of the pandemic
16  mai     13h22
Probe after man wrongly diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease
   Alex Preston says he wants answers after being told he had the illness for seven years
17  mai     05h08
I may not have long to live but I want three children
   Ewan Bowlby was diagnosed with a brain tumour but plans to get married and start a family
13  mai     23h52
Are we failing young people with cancer?
   Deborah James experience has raised questions about how good the UK is at spotting and treating the disease
15  mai     01h46
Vitamin D: Could UV-mushrooms help fix the nation’s issue?
   With one in deficient in vitamin D the government is exploring new ways to boost the UK s intake
11  mai     05h00
Chronic pain: The unbearable’ condition affecting one in four
   Specialists warn the NHS is not set up to deal with such complex conditions
Deborah James: Big C presenter ’can’t do anything more’ to fight cancer
   The You Me and the Big C presenter is receiving end of life care at home for bowel cancer
04  mai     14h08
Hepatitis in children: How many cases are there?
   It looks likely that a common virus which usually causes colds vomiting and diarrhoea has a role to play
06  mai     00h11
Cost of living: Are value food brands healthy?
   MP George Eustice has urged shoppers to choose supermarket own brands to help cut living costs
05  avril     12h34
Have I got Covid, a bad cold or something else?
   What are the new Covid symptoms and when should I stay at home
01  avril     23h57
I’ve had long Covid for two years now’
   Why are so many people still living with long Covid after two years and are there any hopes for treatment
22  avril     11h25
Covid: Why are so many people catching it again?
   As Covid continues to spread rapidly are many people catching Omicron for a second time
03  mai     15h13
Covid: What is the guidance across the UK now?
   Almost all of the UK s Covid rules have ended two years after they were introduced
11  mars     12h46
What are the Covid variants and do vaccines still work?
   Some people who have been vaccinated have still been catching Omicron
22  février     15h25
How will the vulnerable be protected from Covid? And other questions
   The government has announced the end of all Covid restrictions in England
End of Covid regulations: What if I’m still worried?
   What would ending isolation rules in England mean for people who are worried about getting Covid
04  janvier     12h25
Omicron: How do I know if I have it?
   The symptoms are similar to a cold while genetic analysis is the only way to confirm the variant
06  avril     09h25
Covid: How to look after yourself at home
   What can you expect if you have Covid and when should you get extra help
14  novembre     01h06
Covid vaccine waning immunity’: How worried should I be?
   Is the effectiveness of Covid vaccines waning over time We look at how much protection being double vaccinated offers
05  avril     08h51
Covid booster: Who can get the fourth jab and how do you book it?
   Over s and those with a weakened immune system are being offered an extra booster dose this spring
01  août     23h34
Why bonding over the Euros appeared to increase Covid cases in men
   Psychologists say men need to be part of a group in order to vent their feelings and emotions
29  novembre     16h45
Covid: Why are 12-15s now being double-jabbed?
   All children aged to are being offered two doses of Covid vaccine
02  juillet     06h21
Why you shouldn’t get a second Covid jab too early
   A government scientific advisor tells Newsbeat why four weeks is too soon between Covid jabs
29  juillet     08h57
Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk?
   There are fears that this version of coronavirus first identified in South Africa is
13  juillet     15h02
Covid rules: How can the clinically vulnerable stay safe?
   As social distancing and other Covid rules end in England how can people who were shielding stay safe
16  mars     10h22
What are the latest rules for face coverings and masks?
   Rules around face coverings are easing across the UK but they are still required in some settings
20  mai     12h29
How many cases in your area?
   Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area
17  novembre     16h45
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose?
   All and year olds in the UK can now have a second dose weeks after the first
15  février     11h30
How do we know Covid vaccines are safe?
   Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines
14  mars     01h02
Coronavirus: What it does to the body
   What is it like to have the coronavirus how will it affect you and how is it treated
06  janvier     10h41
Support bubbles: How do they work and who is in yours?
   Some people across the UK have been able to form support bubbles or extended households
03  mai     15h14
How to get a Covid test
   Most people in England and Scotland no longer get free PCRs or LFTs and rules vary across the rest of the UK
06  octobre     10h24
All you need to know on the coronavirus
   A new cough fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus
03  mai     00h06
Coronavirus: Intensive care and other key terms explained
   Use our tool to check the meaning of key words and phrases associated with the Covid outbreak
16  avril     20h03
Coronavirus: What is the risk to men over 50?
   While most people will have mild symptoms and recover quickly some are more prone to getting sick