01:32 UK time, Monday, 20 February 2012
I’ve been travelling with a group of Rotarians - volunteers from Rotary clubs across Britain. These are some of the unsung heroes of the war against polio.
Fewer women than men suffering from a heart attack appear to experience chest pain symptoms, according to a study in the US.
Europe's top human rights watchdog, the Council of Europe, urges Germany to end the practice of surgically castrating sex offenders.
The world's largest chain of organ transplants ends in the US after 30 patients received kidneys from living donors.
Scientists report promising results for an experimental pancreatic cancer drug treatment.
Experts have delayed a decision about whether controversial research into the H5N1 bird flu virus should be published.
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Fergus Walsh on how polio is being fought in India
The afterlife of titanium hips and cobalt-chrome knees
Parents warned of risk of children suffering burns on home machines
The disease that has existed for as long as human society
Alastair Campbell on drink and the middle classes Panorama
The world's best casino restaurants - from Las Vegas to Monte Carlo
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