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It's an established fact that as a nation we're getting bigger. But it seems we're also sharing our unhealthy eating habits with our pets.

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TB screening in Cambridgeshire after cluster of cases

The UKIP group leader at Cambridgeshire County Council is calling for all migrant workers from countries with high levels of tuberculosis to be screened before coming to Britain.

Paul Bullen made his remarks to ITV News Anglia following the diagnosis of 17 cases of the disease among workers at factories in Chatteris near Ely.

Staff at a factory where some of the infected people had worked, have been offered TB screening,

Public Health England says they cannot screen migrants from the European Union for TB, but that migrants from other countries with high rates of the disease are required to give proof they have been recently screened and are clear of the disease.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Elodie Harper

Find out more about TB from the NHS

Two-thirds of men in East Anglia don't know how to check for signs of testicular cancer

by Sarah Beecroft

New research has revealed that two thirds of men in East Anglia don't know how to check themselves for signs and symptoms of testicular cancer.

It's Male Cancer Awareness Week and the cancer charity Orchid is encouraging young men to learn how to check for vital signs.

Click here for information on how to check yourself for testicular cancer

Click below to watch a report by Sarah Beecroft who went to meet the former Cambridge United player Adam Tann to find out why the charity is so important to him.

Left alone with her dying child: A mother's warning to other pregnant women to find out if their hospital will resuscitate babies born early

A mother from Essex whose premature baby son died after doctors refused to help, is urging other pregnant women to find out if their hospital will resuscitate babies born early.

Tracy Godwin's son Tom was born at 22 weeks in March 2010.

Southend Hospital had a policy not to resuscitate babies born earlier than 24 weeks and ignored pleas to help him live. He died 46 minutes later in his mother's arms. The hospital has since apologised.

Click below to watch a report by Ruth Banks

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A new dad meets the doctor who saved his life as a boy a decade ago

A young father from Cambridgeshire has met the doctor who saved his life ten years after he was almost killed in a road accident.

Cliff Johnson was just 12 years old when he was hit by a car while crossing in front of a school bus and he has now finally got to thank Dr Rob Mackenzie, a volunteer medic with MAGPAS.

Click below to watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Russell Hookey

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Father's work to stop inherited disease

A father from Cambridge has helped launch a clinical trial into a drug which could prevent both his sons developing a serious genetic illness they are carrying.

Black Bone disease progresses during adulthood, and causes brittle bones and heart disease. Dr Nick Sireau gave up work four years ago to concentrate on finding a drug to stop its progress.

Click below to watch Matthew Hudson's report.

Cambridge to benefit from MedCity plan

London mayor Boris Johnson has launched a £4 million bid to exploit a "golden triangle" of life science linking the capital, Oxford and Cambridge.

The MedCity initiative will bring together leading medical research centres in the three cities to produce healthcare applications that can benefit patients and the economy.

Boris Johnson launches MedCity Credit: PA Wire

The aim is to build a cluster of practical scientific excellence that will rival financial services in its importance to the UK.

MedCity has been awarded a £2.92 million grant from the Higher Education Funding Council for England, and £1.2 million from the mayor of London's office.

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