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BBC News - Health
  1. Brenda suffers from pica, an eating disorder which leads to cravings of non-food items.
  2. Doctors in the Netherlands say they are within 10 years of creating a 'second' womb for premature babies.
  3. Mum Emma Rees was unable to breastfeed after having a double mastectomy.
  4. Mark Kingsland was sparring in a fitness class when he went into cardiac arrest.
  5. Comedian Katy Brand tells 5 Live's Emma Barnett about her experience.
  6. US photographer Justin J Wee has chronic back pain and uses images to depict living with pain.
  7. Student Sophie Bennett developed anxiety and depression but then she discovered surf lifesaving.
  8. Meat is an essential part of daily life for Kenya's Maasai. But Anthony Mututua is a rare vegetarian.
  9. Thousands of children in seaside areas are having multiple teeth extractions in hospital because of tooth decay.
  10. Part of Emily Eccles's jaw was left hanging on by a flap of skin after her horse bolted and she hit a wooden post.
  11. The parents of a 10-year-old boy who died after contracting HIV through contaminated blood products speak at the public inquiry.
  12. The BBC's Clive Myrie followed one of Europe's busiest trauma teams for several months.
  13. In an innovative project in Colombia, the power of touch is being used for early detection.
  14. Kelvin Liew moved to Cornwall after his marriage ended and struggled to make new friends in an unknown area.
  15. Two brothers explain how it helps them to cope and want to break taboos surrounding the disease.
  16. The Duke and Duchess of Sussex and Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are backing the "Every Mind Matters" campaign.
  17. Three women out of 13,500 who took part in BBC research, explain how the condition affects them.
  18. Linda Barnes' husband Ken was diagnosed with early onset dementia when he was 52.

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