Raw milk may soon be sold in vending machines in the UK – despite fears that it could be dangerous
Seven-hour operation in Mumbai removes hundreds of teeth from painful swelling in record-breaking case
30,000 residents on lockdown after Chinese man contracts pneumonic plague and dies
Amnesty and the World Health Organisation say prostitution should be legal, but opposition remains strong
Crowd funding campaign aims to prevent date-rape with small battery-powered drug test
Religion has a 'powerful' impact on a child's ability to separate reality from fiction, say researchers
Cameron says violence against women is top of his agenda, but what is being done to stop forced marriages in the UK?
'Compassionate' or a charter for NHS 'death squads': the pros and cons of the Assisted Dying Bill
New law criminalising drug use during pregnancy is 'well-intentioned' but dangerous, say doctors
Stem cells taken from nose 'retained ability to produce mucus' after paralysis treatment failed
A swimmer participates in the annual Irish Bog Snorkelling Championship at Peatlands Park, Northern Ireland. The event, which celebrates International Bog Day, requires competitors to swim through 60 metres of swampy waters.
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