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Cannabis-smoking couples are 'less likely to engage in domestic violence'

Study found the more often couple smoked cannabis, they less likely they were to engage in aggressive acts towards each other

William Pooley was exposed to Ebola while working with patients in Sierra Leone

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William Pooley, 29, is being cared for at the Royal Free Hospital in London

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Fears over antibiotic usage leading to lethal infections will be discussed at G8 meeting

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Dr Mark Porter, head of the BMA, warned that the NHS was reaching the limit of what it could do

Doctors tell Treasury of their anger at rejection of pay reviews

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People in the North East are most likely to have recurring dreams or cheat on their partners in a dream

Jeremy Hunt plans to introduce 'physician associates', described as a medic somewhere between a nurse and a doctor

NHS patients to be seen by 'doctors on the cheap'

'Physician associates' are science graduates with two years of intensive training, rather than the seven years of training given to doctors

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