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  1. Bell's palsy

    The majority of people with Bell's palsy, around 90 per cent, will recover completely with time.

  2. Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV)

    Benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) is a condition characterised by episodes of sudden and severe vertigo.

  3. Biopsy

    Before a biopsy, you need to discuss a range of issues with your doctor or surgeon.

  4. Bipolar disorder

    Bipolar disorder is a type of psychosis, which means the person?s perception of reality is altered. It is characterised by extreme mood swings

  5. Bird flu (avian influenza)

    The symptoms of bird flu in humans are similar to those of regular influenza.

  6. Birth defects explained

    The cause of birth defects is often unknown, speak to your GP if you are at increased risk of having a baby with a congenital anomaly.

  7. Birthmarks

    In most cases, we do not know what causes birthmarks. Most are harmless, happen by chance and are not caused by anything the mother did wrong in pregnancy.

  8. Bladder

    Your bladder is a hollow organ that stores urine from the kidneys.

  9. Bladder cancer

    Bladder cancer affects around 3 times as many men as women.

  10. Bleeding

    Bleeding may be minor or it may be a life-threatening medical emergency.