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But there is no reason to start drinking coffee for health reasons, the BMJ study found.
Health leaders warn tough choices will have to be made despite the chancellor's promise of extra money.
Spirits may make you angry or tearful, while red wine or beer may make you relax, research says.
A 6,000% price rise in an essential thyroid drug led the NHS to overpay, the UK competition body says.
The amount it has cost you depends on how old you are and when you started your first period.
The move will raise the cost of the strongest, cheapest alcohol by setting a minimum price of 50p-per-unit.
Study reveals increasing diversity in young people's heterosexual practices.
The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the last trimester, a study finds.
The men's relatives say the cases are not part of the investigation into nine Sussex care homes.
Patients in Scotland are the first in the world to be scanned with new magnetic resonance imaging equipment.
Women with a higher body mass index might need more frequent mammograms, researchers suggest.
"Intimidating" checkouts and a lack of seating are "shutting out" the elderly from shops, a charity says.
A fifth of cancer patients experience post-traumatic stress disorder.
What have you spent on tampons in your life, and how much of that goes to the government?
Philip Hammond says "we will always back it" and more patients were being treated by the NHS in England.
Anne Wafula-Strike was on a three-hour train journey with an out-of-order accessible loo.
District nurses help keep patients out of hospital, but in England numbers have halved since 2010.
While progress has been made to curb death rates in other countries, the US has seen an increase.
Women are now being advised to sleep on their side in the last three months of pregnancy.
In 60 seconds three women sum up what is a normal phase for all women.
A former US surgeon general warns there is a growing "epidemic" of loneliness threatening our health.
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
Body dissatisfaction can start in children as young as six, warns the Youth Select Committee.
Over-reliance on and misuse of antibiotics has raised fears of a future without effective medicines.
Experts say job security and a fall in the value of the pound are behind the trend.
The biohacker movement wants to cure disease without the help of government or big companies
There are not enough qualified professionals to do this job, says the Royal College of Nursing.
How one woman championed a way to bring community spirit back to city streets and keep children fit.
Why would anyone donate their eggs to help a stranger have a child? A donor gives her reasons.
A tale of abuse against ambulance workers prompts tales of gratitude and "heart-warming" encounters.
"Postnatal confinement" is said to be widespread among the UK's Chinese community.
As mental health problems increase, could virtual-reality programmes help with the demand for treatment?
Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.
Patients facing long waits for treatment tell the BBC what it is like to be left in limbo.