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Covid infections in UK continue to fall   An estimated 1.7 million people would test positive, according to the latest survey.
People's health at risk unless action taken on energy costs - NHS leaders   More and more people will get sick as they choose between skipping meals or heating homes, the warning says.
Cornwall mother, 90, in 40-hour wait for ambulance   After the ambulance arrived she was in the vehicle for 20 hours outside hospital.
Government defends medical student number cap   Competition is fierce for doctor training places, but ministers say limit on numbers must stay.
Covid booster rollout to start in early September in England   Care homes residents and housebound people will be the first to receive a jab in England.
Covid: Brain fog more common two years on, study suggests   Diagnoses of dementia rose after two years but other issues like depression fell away, research found.
Infected blood victims to get £100,000 compensation   Ros Cooper, who was infected with hepatitis C as a child, is one of 4,000 people to receive money.
Ambulance pressures: Thousands of taxis sent following 999 calls   Figures obtained by the BBC show taxi firms increasingly being used to assist front-line services.
Dog infected with monkeypox prompts isolation warning   Isolating from pets when infected and disposing of rubbish carefully is important, health experts say.
Covid: UK first country to approve dual-strain vaccine   The bivalent vaccine will now form part of the booster campaign to be rolled out this autumn.
Monkeypox: Lack of vaccines sparks pause in UK rollout   UK Health Security Agency says clinics could run out of vaccine supplies by the end of August.
Changing kidney blood type may boost transplants   Many BAME patients waiting for a donor kidney are blood type B so development could be 'game-changer'.
Some antidepressants may make heatwave challenging   Some types of mental health medication may make it difficult for the body to regulate temperature.
Thousands more NHS beds to be created in England this winter   Health service chiefs have promised some 7,000 extra beds in England to tackle increased demands.
Covid: Evusheld antibody protection ruled out for most vulnerable   The antibody injection had promised a protection boost to those with conditions such as blood cancer.
Ambulance calls for most serious conditions hit record   Official figures from NHS England suggest high demand for emergency services and hospitals.
NHS IT supplier held to ransom by hackers   Its IT provider says it may take three or four weeks to fully recover from the cyber-attack.
Covid booster: Who will get another jab this autumn?   It has been confirmed that everyone aged 50 and over in the UK will be offered another Covid booster.
Polio: What is it and how does it spread?   What is polio and how can you protect yourself from it?
How to protect your skin in the heat   Dermatologist Adeline Kikam on coping with conditions that can develop in rising temperatures.
Melanoma: 'Doctors said my cancerous mole was fungus'   By the time BBC journalist Sarah Lee was able to get doctors to listen, her cancer had spread.
Olivia Newton-John's cancer-research legacy   The singer and actress spent years raising money to fund cancer research.
Did we all believe a myth about depression?   A study some claim debunks antidepressants has gone viral. Was it read wrong?
Archie Battersbee: Who decides when life support ends?   Tragically, for a small number of children who become critically ill each year, medicine reaches its limits.
TfL junk food advert ban: Has the policy cut obesity?   A new study claims 100,000 obesity cases have been prevented due to a ban on junk food advertising.
Afra Rafeeq: India teen who died but raised millions to save her brother   Afra Rafeeq, who died this week, had raised millions of rupees to help get a crucial drug for her baby brother.
BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron: How worried should we be?   Surges of Covid are happening again around the world, driven by some new subvariants of Omicron.
Covid: What is the guidance across the UK now?   Almost all of the UK's Covid rules have ended, two years after they were introduced.
Sore throat and cough top symptoms that could be Covid   That is according to UK data from 17,500 people this week who say they have Covid.
How will the vulnerable be protected from Covid? And other questions   The government has announced the end of all Covid restrictions in England.
End of Covid regulations: What if I'm still worried?   What would ending isolation rules in England mean for people who are worried about getting Covid?
Omicron: How do I know if I have it?   The symptoms are similar to a cold, while genetic analysis is the only way to confirm the variant.
Covid: How to look after yourself at home   What can you expect if you have Covid, and when should you get extra help?
Covid vaccine ‘waning immunity’: How worried should I be?   Is the effectiveness of Covid vaccines waning over time? We look at how much protection being double vaccinated offers.
Why bonding over the Euros appeared to increase Covid cases in men   Psychologists say men need to be part of a group in order to vent their feelings and emotions.
Covid: Why are 12-15s now being double-jabbed?   All children aged 12 to 15 are being offered two doses of Covid vaccine.
Why you shouldn't get a second Covid jab too early   A government scientific advisor tells Newsbeat why four weeks is too soon between Covid jabs.
Beta coronavirus variant: What is the risk?   There are fears that this version of coronavirus, first identified in South Africa, is
Covid rules: How can the clinically vulnerable stay safe?   As social-distancing and other Covid rules end in England, how can people who were shielding stay safe?
What are the latest rules for face coverings and masks?   Rules around face coverings are easing across the UK but they are still required in some settings.
How many cases in your area?   Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK.
Covid: When can teenagers get a second dose?   All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.
How do we know Covid vaccines are safe?   Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.
Coronavirus: What it does to the body   What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated?
Support bubbles: How do they work and who is in yours?   Some people across the UK have been able to form "support bubbles" or "extended households".
How to get a Covid test   Most people in England and Scotland no longer get free PCRs or LFTs, and rules vary across the rest of the UK.
All you need to know on the coronavirus   A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus.
Coronavirus: Intensive care and other key terms explained   Use our tool to check the meaning of key words and phrases associated with the Covid-19 outbreak.
Coronavirus: What is the risk to men over 50?   While most people will have mild symptoms and recover quickly, some are more prone to getting sick.
Coronavirus: Do face masks actually work?   With face masks in high demand, we look at whether they really can protect people from the virus.
Covid in China: Hippo, fish and crabs get PCR tests   Officials in the city of Xiamen have ordered PCR tests for seafood after some 40 people got Covid.
Dame Deborah James's mother on life without her daughter   Heather James spoke to BBC Breakfast about how her family owe it to her daughter to enjoy life.
ADHD clinic: 'I'm 22 and I've just been diagnosed'   Lucy was diagnosed with ADHD at 22 years of age, after being told she'd have to wait two years on the NHS.
First Barbie doll with hearing aids is 'really important' - Rose Ayling-Ellis   Actor Rose Ayling-Ellis worked on the creation of the doll, saying "it's quite powerful" and "such a big deal."
First bivalent Covid-19 booster gets UK approval   A new bivalent vaccine made by Moderna that targets two Covid-19 variants has been approved in the UK.





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