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Men with high levels of testosterone have a secret flaw - less effective immune systems, researchers have discovered

Venus Williams said she would return to Wimbledon next year

World No 79 sends Venus Williams crashing to earth

Five-time Wimbledon winner a pale shadow of her former self as Russian claims big scalp

Vein transplant for girl is a first in tissue engineering

A 10-year-old girl has been given a vein transplant using a blood vessel grown from her own stem cells, the first time such an operation has been undertaken.

Vein grown using girl's stem cells

A 10-year-old girl has been given a vein transplant using a blood vessel grown from her own stem cells.

Tocilizumab gives new hope for arthritis patients

Clinical trial results described as "striking and exciting" could lead to new treatment options for rheumatoid arthritis.

Hanger steak with bone marrow

Hanger steak with bone marrow

Serves 4

A longer dusk means you're more likely to see a barn owl. Look out after 7pm

What to do with your extra hour of evening sun

As the clocks go forward, here are some tips to put a spring in your own step

In the United Kingdom, only 1per cent of babies are exclusively breastfedat six months

Women 'pressured' to breastfeed babies

For decades women have been cajoled to breastfeed their babies with slogans such as "breast is best." Now researchers have criticised the approach, saying it is "idealistic" and "sets parents up to fail", and that greater recognition of the multiple demands new parents face would reap greater dividends.

New research claims rheumatoid arthritis breakthrough

A drug that "blindfolds" white blood cells could provide a new way of treating rheumatoid arthritis, new research has shown.

Norovirus the food poisoning bug that causes violent stomach flu

Nasal vaccine trials to combat stomach-flu bug

A vaccine against norovirus, a food poisoning virus that causes violent stomach flu, could be available within five years if it can be shown to be safe when taken as a nasal spray, scientists said.

Jeremy Laurance: Malnutrition has an impact similar to that of Aids

A malnourished child is not the same as a starving one. They may not even be hungry, if they get enough calories. But what kind of calories? A child needs protein to grow and micronutrients are essential to development. Millions lack both.

Hopes rise for development of universal flu vaccine

Newly discovered flu molecules shared by most strains of the virus could help scientists develop a "universal vaccine", it was claimed today.

Brad Pitt, pictured on the set of 'World War Z' in Glasgow, said he suffered from depression in the 1990s

Brad Pitt reveals that success, money and looks haven't saved him from depression

Actor says he was shocked into seeking treatment for mental illness during the 1990s

David Flatman: Please dispose of us carefully when recycling

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Law granting Saleh and his aides immunity angers the opposition

Yemen's cabinet has approved a draft law granting immunity to President Ali Abdullah Saleh and his aides against prosecution for crimes committed during his 33 year-long rule in the impoverished Arabian state.

Vaccine hope for breast cancer

Scientists have developed a vaccine against cancer that reduces the size of breast tumours by more than 80 per cent when tested on laboratory mice.

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