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Cancer test treats patients with precision

The medical team are able to extract huge amounts of information from tiny fragments of DNA.

How much screen time should children be allowed?

New World Health Organization guidelines say under twos should not have any sedentary screen time.

‘Exhilarating’ implant turns thoughts to speech

The technology could eventually help those who have lost their voice to speak again.

No sedentary screen time for babies, WHO says

Children under two should not be given screens or TV to keep them quiet, new guidelines say.

Coventry neurosurgeon gave patient ‘appalling’ surgery

Doctors say his work on a woman now "virtually unable to walk" is deeply flawed.

‘My hands and legs needed to go when I got meningitis’

Mike Davies spent 70 days in intensive care with meningococcal meningitis and septicaemia.

The Lego bricks designed for children with sight loss

Children at one UK school have been testing them out. Some say other approaches should also be taught.

Teenage albino model: ‘I’m thankful for my skin tone’

Kimberley Leech, 15, has appeared in the Italian edition of Vogue magazine.

Innovative child malaria vaccine to be tested in Malawi

The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO says.

Self-injecting fillers ‘a slippery slope’

A campaign to highlight the dangers of cosmetic procedures is to be launched shortly by the government in England.

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