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    Nigerian authorities shut three cough syrup manufacturers

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    Improved mental health care funding for new mums

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    Sex addiction: Five times a day 'wasn't enough'

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    Should primary pupils get mental health counselling?

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    'Six-fold benefit' from primary school mental health counselling

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    Fake cancer causes belief 'rife', research suggests

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    African female bikers raising health awareness in Nigeria

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    Colchester mother creates bottle-feeding support group

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    How much sugar in cereal do children eat?

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    Plastic straws: Call for government to rethink policy

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    New ban on epilepsy drug in pregnancy

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    Prostate cancer diagnosis breakthrough hailed

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    Marathon runner describes how the sport saved her life

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    First double face transplant patient 'well' in France

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    Woman hopeful for better life after leg amputation

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    NHS heart bypass surgery waiting times double in Wales

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    Woman's missing jaw regrown by 9cm after cancer

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