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'Men don't know to check for cancer'

'Men don't know to check for cancer' - A new study by a cancer charity found 68% of men say they do not know how to check themselves for testicular cancer. [BBC Health]

Mental health cuts cost NHS millions

Mental health cuts cost NHS millions - Mental health cuts are costing the NHS millions long-term as reduced preventive measures mean more people are ending up in hospital, a report says. [BBC Health]

Could work emails be banned after 6pm?

Could work emails be banned after 6pm? - Should work emails be banned after 6pm? [BBC Business]

Water meters proposed to cut waste

Water meters proposed to cut waste - Water meters could be introduced in all homes in order to reduce waste under plans looked at by Welsh ministers. [BBC Politics]

VIDEO: Can smartphones ruin your sleep?

VIDEO: Can smartphones ruin your sleep? - New technology such as smartphones and tablets could be affecting how much sleep people get, a survey suggests. [BBC Health]

Mali on alert over Ebola fears

Mali on alert over Ebola fears - Mali is on alert over the deadly Ebola virus after three suspected cases were reported near the border with Guinea, where 86 people have died. [BBC Health]

Living with the 'opposite of autism'

Living with the 'opposite of autism' - The joys and dangers of living with Williams Syndrome [BBC Health]

Pay via mobile number starting soon

Pay via mobile number starting soon - Bank customers will be able to pay bills via mobile numbers from 29 April, the Payments Council has announced. [BBC Business]

Eurozone clears next Greece bailout

Eurozone clears next Greece bailout - Eurozone finance ministers meeting in Athens sign off the next 8.3bn euro instalment of Greece's bailout, amid high security on the capital's streets. [BBC Business]

AUDIO: Mental health care 'needs transforming'

AUDIO: Mental health care 'needs transforming' - Dr Peter Aitken, from the Royal College of Psychiatrists, says the NHS needs a "significant transformation" in mental health care. [BBC Health]

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