BBC News - Health
Updated: 4 hours 43 min ago
Ninety MPs write to the PM, saying patients are being "failed" by strained NHS social care services.
A study says grandparents tend to give high-sugar snacks as treats - so we tracked some down.
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
Many autistic children are struggling to cope in schools and are being removed, a charity warns.
MPs urge the pharmacy to complete its roll-out of cheaper contraception across all of its stores.
Gene-editing has been attempted on cells inside a patient, in a world first by doctors in California.
Sam Kyme has motor neurone disease and wants her two sons to live with her sister in Australia.
Two new treatments can slow cancer down and delay the need for chemotherapy, research shows.
The game sees images projected on to a table that residents and children can interact with.
Men who don't seek help for depression could have an impact on their children, a study suggests.
Four-year-old Tia is hoping for pioneering treatment for her fragile skin condition.
More patients and staff are being injured during incidents of restraint, according to new figures.
Body dissatisfaction can start in children as young as six, warns the Youth Select Committee.
Why would anyone donate their eggs to help a stranger have a child? A donor gives her reasons.
The use of a controversial hormonal pregnancy test between the 1950s and 1970s did not damage unborn children, an independent inquiry has found.
The "Small Talk Saves Lives" campaign aims to prevent suicides on the UK's rail network.
Scotland is set to be the first country in the world to establish a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Simon Dobbin was left with severe brain damage in an attack after a football match.
More than 680 people who use image and performance-enhancing drugs took part in the survey.
Stillbirth risk is higher if older pregnant women are left to go over their due date, a study suggests.