A weight loss expert suggests the beer swilling, doughnut eating character is making us fat
From schools to borders, 'hysteria' surrounding the Ebola virus is leading some to shun contact with Africans
The risk of Ebola transmission raises an ethical dilemma as some say medics are duty-bound to provide care
Health bosses are asking for an extra £8bn to implement a drastic five-year plan for the NHS – but what does it involve?
Northern Ireland votes to ban paying for sex but campaigners say the move will put sex workers at higher risk
Scientists found a link between regular cannabis use and reduced academic performance
Darek Fidyka's recovery described as 'more impressive than man walking on the Moon'
Some cancer patients will be allowed to take unlicensed medicines under the Medical Innovation Bill
Scientists believe fizzy drinks may be the 'invisible culprit' of age-related diseases
The UN launches an emergency appeal for funds as China is criticised for its failure to contribute
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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