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Retired police officer 'shoots Florida father dead in cinema after row over texting' at Lone Survivor screening

Witnesses say argument broke out when former policeman asked Chad Oulson to stop using his phone during trailers

Chinese doctor sentenced to death for stealing babies and selling them into trafficking

Obstetrician Zhang Shuxia convinced parents to give up their babies, saying they had been born with congenital problems

The NHS is more fragmented than ever

Are ministers prepared to provide the means required to deliver integrated care?

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Plain cigarette packaging is 'the right policy' for the UK, says public health authority

Plain packaging for cigarettes is “the right policy for the country” and will be of particular benefit in protecting children from the dangers of smoking, England’s public health authority has said.

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A radical proposition would see junior doctors who commit to work in Wales would have their student debt wiped out

Plaid Cymru would wipe out junior doctors' student debt in order to solve Welsh medic shortage

With 26.4 doctors per 10,000 people, Wales has one of the lowest doctor per patient ratios in Europe

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India 'to be declared polio free' after three years free of the disease

World Health Organisation to make landmark declaration next month

Duggan marksman could be back on duty 'within weeks'

The police marksman who killed Mark Duggan could be back on duty within weeks after an inquest jury found that the shooting was lawful.

Buy British healthcare, Kenneth Clarke tells Chinese

A drive to “sell” the NHS brand and British-based private health companies to China has been launched by Kenneth Clarke, the Minister Without Portfolio.

A statue of Alexander the Great in the northern Greek city of Salonica. Scientists believe they may have solved the 2000 year old mystery of how the ruler died

Mystery of Alexander the Great's death solved? Ruler was 'killed by toxic wine' claim scientists

A leading toxicologist has said that Alexander the Great may have died after drinking wine made from a poisonous plant that would have cause a slow and painful death

John Guidetti

Transfer news: Stoke City to sign Manchester City striker John Guidetti on loan

The Swedish striker is expected to have a big future

Norovirus is common in winter but causes extra problems in hospitals

Stay away, urges norovirus hospital

Visitors have been urged to stay away from a hospital to contain the spread of the winter vomiting bug, norovirus.

Taz Gibbins-Klein suffered depression as a teenager after coming out

Mental health crisis looms for gay teenagers

Schools urged to do more for LGBT pupils, as 4 in 10 admit to suicidal thoughts

Power play: Serena Williams, with 17 Grand Slam titles to date, has every chance of overhauling Margaret Court (24) and Steffi Graf (22) before she is finished

Australian Open 2014: Serena Williams closing in on title of 'the greatest of all time'

Younger Williams sister is still full of fight at 32 as she begins her chase for a sixth Grand Slam Down Under

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