Neurosurgeon says protective headgear is 'too flimsy' to offer much protection to wearers
In 'marked reversal of current policy', Simon Stevens hopes to abandon NHS fixation with 'mass centralisation'
Doctors told to use a 'non-judgemental' tone and help obese people to lose just 3% body weight
US scientists find 'compelling evidence' that antibodies can combat the 'formidable' disease
Tonight's Horizon launches a new Longitude Prize to tackle the world's great problems
Increase in temperatures and water containers is attracting more mosquitoes to UK urban areas
New Longitude Prize aims to beat dementia, paralysis, climate change or global food shortages
Researchers aim to establish whether mobile phones affect children's mental development
Unhealthy foods are as big a global health risk as cigarettes, obesity groups warn
AstraZeneca claims £55-per-share bid undervalues the company and carries a 'big execution risk'
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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