Avon Local Medical Committee will table a motion at a conference in York next month calling for family doctors' core hours to be slashed by two-and-a-half hours per day.
A study of nearly 2,000 middle-aged and elderly Britons found those who mainly drink beer and spirits have higher levels of harmful visceral fat.
There were 512,000 HRT prescriptions written in England in February compared to 265,000 in March 2017. Women have become increasingly aware of the wide ranging signs of the menopause.
UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) data shows another 45,077 Britons have tested positive over the last three days, while 341 virus deaths have been logged.
The girl, from Syria, was rushed to Aleppo University Hospital after losing consciousness. Doctors said she was cold to touch. She complained of stomach pains the day before.
Labour MP Carolyn Harris welcomed Sajid Javid's pledge to get a grip on the UK-wide issue but said it could be sorted 'very, very quickly' with better planning and less red tape.
Despite backlash, the Department of Health today confirmed the newly eligible groups will no longer receive the jab for free through the NHS in England.
Going under the knife for a nose job is becoming less popular as people turn to non-surgical alternatives instead, surgeons have said.
Some recipients of Paxlovid, an antiviral pill developed by Pfizer, are reporting Covid symptoms returning after finishing their course of the drug.
A new £179 device can make a £50 face cream as effective as a £500 product, the company's Swiss manufacturer has claimed. The device called the Boost could help with pain relief.
Florence Fox, from Sidcup in South-East London, was diagnosed at just nine weeks with a rare disease that affects one of the valves which ensure oxygen-rich blood flows the right way.
Artist Debbie Plaskett, 61, from Norfolk, paid £12,000 for a knee replacement in February having been told she would have to wait for two years before she could be seen by the NHS.
The drug, brand name Evusheld, was approved by UK regulators last month and has been rolled out in other countries, including the US and France, but it is not available on the NHS.
Biology professor at American University, D.C., Jeffrey Kaplan, has warned they provide extra space for 'micro-organisms to adhere'. Cardi B is a fan of long nails.
Covid was responsible for 415,000 U.S. deaths in 2021, making it the nation's third biggest killer for the second straight year.
Philadelphia will now only 'strongly encourage' people to wear masks in public spaces including schools, restaurants and public buildings. Los Angeles yesterday imposed face masks.
A study by Washington State University has found rats subjected to an intense exercise regime were better able to resist cravings for fatty food and it could have implications for human dieters.
UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA) bosses posted another 19,795 cases to the Covid dashboard over the last 24 hours.
The Office for National Statistics estimates that 38.5million people got infected at some point in England between April 2020 and February 2022, the equivalent of 70.7 per cent.
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Proud parents Hannah and Dan Bateson from Norhern Ireland, has described their newborn twins conjoined twins Annabelle and Isabelle as 'miracles' who constantly hug each other.
EXCLUSIVE: One video - advocated chewing garlic cloves three times a day to treat the infections, claiming the veg 'will clean you from the tip of your mouth to the anus'.
Cassava Sciences was one of the fastest growing companies in the world last year after promising trials for its Alzheimer's drug. Now, experts are accusing it of potentially manipulating data.
Researchers from the University of Otago in Dunedin, New Zealand, conducted a review of 25 major studies looking into why women suffer more concussion than men in football.
Caroline Nokes, 49, chairman of the Women and Equalities Committee, raised the issue of pharmacies in her constituency 'completely' running out of supplies of HRT.
Covid can infect immunocompromised patients for over 500 days a British study of nine patients has shown with scientists warning extended infections could lead to new variants.
Chloe Kral, 23, started suffering mood swings and problems balancing back in 2016. But it was only when she was taken to ER in California that doctors diagnosed her brain condition.
British Government researchers found having a dosage interval of more than 10 weeks can generate nine times more antibodies than having them less than four weeks apart.
Restricting eating to six to eight hours a day does not lead to more rapid weight loss, scientists have found. Dr Ethan Weiss, from California University said there was 'no benefit to eating in a narrow window.'
The number of days that Americans suffered from dangerous levels of air pollution reached record levels from 2017 to 2020, a report finds.
In the biggest study of its kind, researchers at Cambridge University Hospitals looked at the genomes of more than 12,000 people with cancer in England.
Oxford researchers analysed ancient skeletons in an effort to establish the size and scale of parasitic worm infections in the UK over the course of history.
Britons took to Twitter to suggest titles for Health Secretary Matt Hancock's book, including 'The adulterer's guide to social distancing' and 'Saving lives, s***ging wives'.
The National Audit Office found only one in 50 quarantined guests tested positive for Covid while in self-isolation at a designated hotel between February and December 2021.
People should add a four minute smooch into their oral health routine to increase salvia production and wash away bad bacteria stuck on their teeth an orthodontist has claimed.
Jonathan Marron, a top civil servant at the UK Department of Health, admitted £461m of taxpayer cash was blown on PPE that was unfit for use.
Researchers at King Saud University, Saudi Arabia, found taking antidepressants does not have any long-term benefit for psychological well-being compared to not having the medication.
Researchers at New York University found 22 products that could be mistaken for regular snacks at 'first glance'. Parents were urged to keep them out of reach of children.
WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: The 58-year-old Brit underwent a series of major operations in 2020 to remove her bladder after being diagnosed during lockdown.
UK Health Security Agency bosses today posted another 26,147 positive swabs over the last 24 hours - the lowest figure in two months and a quarter fewer than last week.
Annie Newcomen, a speech therapist from Liverpool, had been suffering from 'episodes' that would cause sudden brain fog and memory loss in the lead up to her diagnosis in March.
Little is known about the new version of the virus, though it is believed to have an up to 27 per cent growth advantage over BA.2, the Omicron subvariant currently dominant in the UK.
Past studies have shown that smartphone use is linked to obesity, neck pain and addictive behaviour, so Ruhr-Universität Bochum experts set out to establish just how much use is too much.
Hannah Merton, 23, from Akron, Ohio, turned to fertility mediation after struggling to conceive for six months and to her shock fell pregnant with five babies in October 2019.
A first of its kind analysis by the Office for National Statistics found the risk spikes sharply after a devastating diagnosis but slows over time. The report looked at 17,000 suicides in England.
Kim Kardashian and Beyonce both suffered from the condition, which is thought to affect around 5 per cent of pregnancies. The study was carried out at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore.
Yale University-led experts found that, compared to men, women reported feeling more overwhelmed, stressed, frustrated, tense, and discouraged, and less respected and confident.
Guy Eaton, 55, a company director, lives in Hackney, London. He says: 'I've always been in good health but last September I had a fall from my bike - I fell backwards after slamming on the brakes'.
Tom Jozsi, 60, was getting a tooth filling at a surgery in Illinois when he suddenly felt 'a cough'. Doctors removed the dental drill bit using a device normally reserved for cancer patients.