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BBC News - Health

Mumps - is it the forgotten disease?

Hippocrates described the classic signs centuries ago, so what else do we know about the ancient illness?

Menopause: what are the symptoms and why does it happen?

Changes in hormones can have big effects on the body and how we behave.

NHS bans sale of energy drinks to under-16s in Scottish hospitals

Shops in Scotland's hospitals will not be allowed to sell high-energy drinks to anyone under 16.

News from UK Parliament

MPs assess invasive species threat with Cambridge University outreach event

Environmental Audit Committee holds public meeting in Cambridge for invasive species inquiry

Sir Philip Green asked to fund personally Arcadia pension scheme

Chair writes letter to Sir Philip Green on Arcadia pension scheme

Lords debates Civil Society Strategy

Members consider social value of public procurement

BigHospitality News

Michelin awards Bib Gourmands to 27 restaurants

Adam Handlingâs The Frog E1 and the Galvin brothersâ Essex pub are among the 27 winners of Michelin Bib Gourmands 2018.

Friday Five: the week's top news

From the 2018 Michelin Bib Gourmand winners to a new strategy to tackling the chef shortage, we round-up the top stories you might have missed this week.

Outlaw’s head chef Tom Brown to open debut solo restaurant

Outlawâs at The Capital head chef Tom Brown has moved on to set up his own restaurant

National Geographic Photo of the Day

Neon Nights

With raindrops no longer falling, this street in Beijing, China, hums back to life under the glow of neon signs. Your Shot photographer Caue Ferraz took this photo in the neighborhood around Jingshan Park, a 57-acre green space with views into the Forbidd

Sandy Oasis

Anguilla, a British territory in the Caribbean, is a nation of tranquility, but Sandy Island takes it to another level. This speck of sand in the bright blue waters is constantly reshaped by the ocean and weather, and visitors to the cay are encouraged to

Golden Hills

Your Shot photographer Hannah Overeem captured this shot of her dog, Badger, an Australian cattle dog, in Chino Hills, California. She writes that the contrast of the golden field and blue-and-white sky give this image a “surreal” look. This photo was su

New Scientist - Home

Celebrate the moon with the best films, books and festivals

The 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing is coming. In honour of that, here is the cream of the cultural highlights celebrating all things lunar

The moon revealed as an object of endless fascination and desire

A rich book by Oliver Morton delves into science, poetry, art and sci-fi to create a dazzling paean to the past, present and future of the moon

Minecraft competition will challenge AIs to become expert engineers

AIs will need to discover and mine a diamond in four days to win a new competition inside the video game Minecraft

Social care | The Guardian

'Mummy, are we poor?': the destitute children denied help by councils

Chantel had to fight for support her council is legally required to give due to her immigration status Destitute children unlawfully denied support by local councilsOver an eight-month period last year, 11-year-old John would check the amount of money le

Being a woke vegan doesn’t excuse Moby his Natalie Portman jibes | Barbara Ellen

The singer’s claims to have dated the movie star sparked a Twitter storm once she denied it. Who to believe?So, the Moby/Natalie Portman story went dark quickly. For those needing a recap: US singer/songwriter Moby wrote in his memoir, Then It Fell Apart,

As austerity erodes social care, game-changing charities are stepping in

With councils hamstrung by cuts, innovative voluntary sector organisations are finding different ways of helping people When you play rugby, says JP, a young man with learning disabilities, “you feel like you’re a legend … and that generations will think