BBC News - Health Midwife units see one in four mums transferred by ambulance to hospital 2016-12-08T00:14:53.000000Z One in four women are transferred from midwife-led units to consultants after facing complications when giving birth, a BBC investigation finds. Children's online junk food ads banned by industry 2016-12-08T00:08:44.000000Z Online ads for food and soft drinks high in fat, salt or sugar aimed at children are to be limited. Some psychosis cases an 'immune disorder' 2016-12-08T00:06:46.000000Z Some patients with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder may have a treatable immune disorder, a study suggests. Optimistic women 'cut risk of deadly diseases' 2016-12-07T21:29:21.000000Z Women who look on the bright side of life cut their risk of many deadly diseases, according to a study. 'Flashing light therapy' for Alzheimer's 2016-12-07T17:59:15.000000Z A flashing light therapy might help ward off Alzheimer’s, say scientists after successful trials in mice. Flu outbreak closes Stockport high school for five days 2016-12-07T16:21:49.000000Z A flu outbreak closes a school for five days after almost a third of pupils and members of staff were struck by the virus. India doctor to operate on '500kg' Egyptian woman 2016-12-07T15:05:56.000000Z An Egyptian woman, said to weigh 500kg, is to be airlifted to India for weight reduction surgery. Pfizer fined record £84.2m for overcharging NHS 2016-12-07T14:12:47.000000Z Drugs giant Pfizer has been fined a record £84.2m by the regulator for overcharging the NHS. Cambridge neonatal nurse retires after 50 years of service 2016-12-07T14:12:45.000000Z A neonatal nurse who has dedicated 50 years of her life to caring for thousands of newborn babies has said "it's time to retire". Australian court approves intersex child's surgery 2016-12-07T13:47:20.000000Z A five-year-old child born genetically male will grow up as a sterilised female after a court ruling.