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Wine can protect against the condition - but too much is still a bad thing, the research suggests.
The secretion is very strong, moves with the body and sticks to wet surfaces, scientists say.
The health regulator said it would hold itself to account over "openness and transparency".
The ability to experience regret plays a "crucial role" in children's development, a study suggests.
Experts are divided over whether people should always finish a course of antibiotics.
His mother says the couple have had "no control" over their son's life or death.
A rise in referrals without comparable extra funding is affecting vulnerable people, research finds.
An "overwhelmed" department led to delays in the overdose being recognised and treated, a report says.
Annual eyesight screening for diabetics in Wales is having a major impact, new research shows.
Injections of "broadly neutralising antibodies" may give hope to HIV patients.
The clean air strategy should include a scrappage scheme and clean air zones, campaigners say.
Sperm counts in men from North America, Europe and Australia halve in less than 40 years, research warns.
An official report suggests the NHS in England is short of thousands of staff - particularly nurses and midwives.
Teens in the study said the vaginal ring, which cuts HIV infections by 56%, was easy to use.
Edinburgh scientists uncover a "vital mechanism" in damaged fish spines that helps nerve connections to regrow.
Ian Paterson performed unnecessary surgery and asked to be struck off without the need for a hearing.
Better communication is needed over the use of vaginal mesh implants, says NHS report.
The leading hospital inspector says there are more cost-effective ways of running the service.
Three lives were saved for every 100 treated, a trial using a mix of drugs found.
Many children risk going hungry over the summer, warns the Trussell Trust, which runs 420 UK food banks.
The nine-year-old has no active HIV in the body after catching the infection at birth.
A change to the screening system is thought to be the cause as fewer staff are replaced when they leave.
The ''next revolution" in HIV could see daily drugs replaced with just six doses a year, say scientists.
Charities say they want to debunk the myth of "eating for two" that many women adhere to.
Scientists say new immunotherapy drugs may help researchers "unlock" treatment for the virus.
The company initially said it didn't want to "incentivise inappropriate use" of the pill.
Accurate blood tests mean more groups can give blood safely, experts say.
Jude is nine years old and was born with cerebral palsy. His father started a football club in Stoke-on-Trent so Jude could play with kids like him.
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Millie Osman, 22, was diagnosed with leukaemia aged two.
How much should you eat when you're pregnant? And what nutrients do you need?
Vlogger Dodie Clark is trying a rare treatment to help her depersonalisation condition.
The sports journalist wants more support for men like him who have faced huge battles with eating disorders.
25-year-old James has been struggling with anorexia for over five years. He shares how the anorexia took over his life and the challenges he faces.
We analysed how the body responds to stress - by making presenter Jordan Dunbar do a comedy performance.
Contentment comes from paying others to take on chores such as cleaning and cooking, a study says.
The Queen's University study aims to give medical students an insight into living with melanoma.
Charlie Gard's parents don't have the final decision on what happens to him so where do parental rights end?
Research is being carried out into the genetic cause of lipoedema - a disease causing painful fat to build up in the legs. Hollie, 32, is having surgery to treat hers.
Dodie describes how she plucked up the courage to try a new treatment for depersonalisation.
Priyesh Vyas hid his bulimia because of the pressure to be a "strong Asian man".
Since the first commercial substitute for breast milk was launched in 1865, formula has shaped the workforce.
Adam Maier-Clayton had a condition which caused his body to feel severe physical pain. He fought for the right to die in Canada.
A pilot scheme being run in the north east of England aims to put refugee doctors back to work and cover NHS shortages.
Why Charlie's parents have decided to end their legal battle over their son's treatment.
Could health apps and AI-powered chatbots replace your traditional local doctor?
Inspectors have revealed a quarter of care homes are not safe. But what's the best way of finding a good one?
"We're sorry, your son has Down's syndrome"
"Shocking" case prompts call to Prime Minister to boost rights of learning disabled.
Three weeks on from the Grenfell Tower fire, many local people are still suffering "acute stress".