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John Weldon gave his ex-girlfriend a drug he believed would cause her to miscarry

Guide dog mauled while helping owner deliver Christmas cards

‘Friendly’ black Labrador Gwen did not fight back because she was working and in her harness at the time

Sue James, chief executive of Derby Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, has apologised to Mrs Birks

Surgical glove was left inside patient after operation

A hospital trust has apologised after a surgical glove was left inside a patient following an operation.

A Pit Bull terrier

Cardiff dog attack: Police appeal for help finding owner of 'pit bull' which mauled woman and killed her puppy

Elaine Seaborne, 67, was forced to the ground and suffered serious bite injuries

Staphylococcus aureus bacteria colonies on blood agar plate

A valuable weapon in war against drug-resistant superbugs: Antibiotic offers hope

Tests show that drug is effective against the same kind of chronic bacterial infections that have killed hospital patients

Meningitis warning for university students

David Coppin launches campaign to raise awareness of disease

Black Death returns: Herder dies of bubonic plague in Kyrgyzstan after being bitten by infected flea

Death of Temir Issakunov is the first case of bubonic plague in the country for over 30 years

Plague infected squirrel discovered in National Forest near Los Angeles

The diseased animal - a ground squirrel - was found to be carrying the disease, which if not treated with antibiotics is usually fatal

Elton John has cancelled his upcoming Hide Park date

Sir Elton John Hyde Park concert cancelled because of appendicitis

The star called in doctors after being taken ill during his European tour

Babies given antibiotics are 40 per cent more likely to suffer with eczema, study reveals

Babies who are treated with antibiotics before they reach 12 months old are 40 per cent more likely to develop eczema, a new study has revealed.

Those most ill tend not to be the ones complaining about the NHS

Sometimes private clinics wouldn't bother suggesting a cheap drug like paracetamol when they could profit from prescribing more expensive versions

Rebecca Leighton, 29, spent six weeks in custody after being charged in July 2011

Nurse cleared in Stepping Hill Hospital poisoning investigation to sue police

A nurse who was arrested and then later freed over the alleged poisoning deaths of hospital patients is to sue the police.

Wiggins: 'I've had a pretty rough 24 hours'

Giro d'Italia: Bradley Wiggins could pull out of race

Team Sky director Sir Dave Brailsford says the condition of Bradley Wiggins will be assessed overnight after the ailing Briton lost further ground on Vincenzo Nibali in the race for the overall lead in the Giro d'Italia.

'The stuff of Nobel prizes': Half a million sufferers of back pain 'could be cured with antibiotics'

Up to half a million patients with chronic low back pain may be suffering from an infection that can be treated with antibiotics.

Savita and Praveen Halappanavar on their wedding day in 2008

Savita Halappanavar inquest: verdict due in case of Indian dentist who died after miscarriage

The verdict is expected today at the inquest into an Indian woman who died after she was refused a termination in an Irish hospital.

Untrained GPs blamed for 2,000 child deaths

Incentive payments encourage GPs to closely monitor adult patients – but not children

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Blundering Tony Blair quits as Middle East peace envoy – only Israel will miss him

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