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BBC News - Health
  1. Toilet access in London can be a real issue for many people who live in and visit the city.
  2. The annual event saw added coronavirus precautions as more than 200 couples tied the knot.
  3. An artist known for his positive poster messages has directed his new creations at healthcare workers.
  4. Jess has anxiety and has previously had depression and bulimia, but says running has given her a new energy.
  5. Professional musician Dagmar Turner was diagnosed with a large brain tumour in 2013.
  6. Helen Gittos lost her baby Harriet when she was eight days old, and she believes the death was preventable.
  7. The BBC meets the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.
  8. Anthea Smith tells the BBC's Laura Mcmullan, who also had skin cancer, that she used sunbeds for years.
  9. It's a question that's surprisingly difficult to answer.
  10. The BBC's Fergus Walsh assesses the chances of contracting Covid-19 in the UK and the best ways to avoid it.
  11. The disease, which normally affects people later in life, forced Ryan to make a "scary" decision.
  12. Parents Vicky and Jamie Mogridge-Percy say it was a difficult journey before Arthur arrived via IVF.
  13. Vascular surgeon Neil Hopper had both of his legs amputated after contracting sepsis.
  14. Alfie finds the live shows stressful so was delighted when Strictly put on a relaxed performance.
  15. Andrea Drummer is the woman behind the first cannabis cafe in the US, but for now you may still want to BYO brownies.
  16. Prince William has launched a new initiative aimed at normalising conversations about mental health.
  17. Aerial footage shows the construction of Huoshenshan hospital, built to treat coronavirus patients.
  18. Alex Smith has a muscle-wasting condition which means he uses a wheelchair. So how did he take to skiing?
  19. UK nationals are being evacuated from China as the country tries to deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
  20. Briton Matt Raw, who was flown out of Wuhan, shows the BBC his living quarters at Arrowe Park Hospital.
  21. In the East Midlands one in eight emergency calls takes an ambulance more than an hour to respond.
  22. Some gay men are turning to tummy tucks and steroids to feel accepted in their community.
  23. A lack of regulation around private therapy and counselling can leave some qualifications meaningless.
  24. Viren Swami struggled after his son was born and wants all new dads to have a mental health check.
  25. Concerns are growing that the recently-detected coronavirus may spread. Dr Rosalind Eggo explains how that can happen.
  26. Study finds football fans can experience 'dangerous' levels of stress that could put them at risk of a heart attack.
  27. The Western Pacific regional director says the country now has “stronger capacity” to deal with infectious outbreaks.
  28. British passenger describes the journey from the virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan after the spread of coronavirus.
  29. The BBC's online health editor explains what we know about the coronavirus.
  30. A public health expert gives advice on how to try and avoid infection from the new China virus.

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