Soon sex and reproduction will be no longer be linked as couples have children through IVF
Surgeons say cost of obesity crisis could bankrupt the NHS – but operations can save money
Newly developed enzyme 'can kill superbugs' and will 'revolutionise' fight against antibiotic-resistant bacteria
Academy of Medical Royal Colleges calls on doctors and nurses to stop overprescribing medication
Popular show about teacher-turned-drug-dealer Walter White boosts appeal of meth, says expert
Research suggests that morbidly obese drivers are 56 per cent more likely to die in a car crash
80 per cent of people in the UK either don't know or underestimate how many calories there are in wine and beer
Toy designer sold rights to Operation for just $500 – but game went on to make more than $40m
A tide of support for legalising drugs seems to be rising around the world. Could it work here too?
Findings cause 'panic' in the Home Office as Liberal Democrats call for new approach to drug control
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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