BBC News - Health
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A study finds men with low sperm counts are more likely to have health issues that put them at risk.
A study finds chemicals in lavender and tea tree oil appear to be hormone disruptors.
The musicians hope to show that disabled people can and should be more involved in classical music.
In Qatar, over 70% of the population is overweight or obese.
Nursing students at a number of universities struggle with student loan overpayments, says the nurses' union.
ITV's Andrea McLean, who reached early menopause, tells commuters to cut hot flush sufferers "slack".
Ambulance service bosses have warned Worcestershire Royal that patients face "significant risk of harm".
Twenty-nine-year-old Tracy has acne, and worries about what people think of her at work.
Lex has rosacea and says it's hard to be honest about her skin online.
The plan aims to review the number of medicines taken by residents, which can be 10 or more.
Infrared technology and artificial intelligence offer a better way to take care of dementia patients. It can scan their vital signs 24 hours a day.
Why one disabled BBC journalist has found the reporting of Stephen Hawking's death troubling.
GPs prescribed nearly 24 million potentially addictive painkillers, equivalent to 2,700 an hour.
How a woman came up with an idea that could have revolutionised blood testing - if it had worked.
A toddler who was born with a hole in her heart has had her home revamped by builders.
The weird semi-aquatic creature's milk could lead to the creation of a new type of antibiotic.
Petrol and diesel cars must be phased out earlier than the 2040 target, Commons committees say.
Leora is a student who takes a 'smart drug' to help her cope with the pressures of university.
At the age of 17 Sherry Denness tried to kill herself nine times in 10 days, and only then got the help she needed.
"I think he's done more than anyone else," says a former student.