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Updated: 22 hours 29 min ago
One person with Legionnaires' died and another fell ill and tests traced the source of the bacteria to the hotel.
Charlie Beswick, whose son Harry only has one eye, says it feels like discrimination.
Disgraced breast surgeon Ian Paterson carried out hundreds of botched operations on his patients.
Queen's University scientists design a flexible long-life battery that could be used in pacemakers.
Nick Clegg and his wife, Miriam Gonzalez Durantez, speak about eldest son's treatment for blood cancer.
With Britons being warned over the worst outbreak of flu in Australia and New Zealand, should we all get a jab?
County Down woman Sarah McAleer said trauma from the diagnosis turned her hair white overnight.
Using antibiotics to protect against infection will save more babies' lives, say experts.
Odette was sleeping rough in a park when she found out she was pregnant.
The RNLI closed Perranporth beach to swimmers because of large numbers of jellyfish-like creatures.
Health bosses say bad winter in Australia and New Zealand should act as a warning for the UK.
Attackers could gain control over the pumps if they exploited the flaws, warns a security researcher
Health officials say the novel approach could save lives by spotting the early signs of disease.
Whipps Cross Hospital shows signs of improvement two years after being placed in special measures.
Mothers-to-be are still advised to avoid all alcohol "just in case", because it may not be completely safe.
The practices say that amid a GP shortage taking on any more patients would put people at risk.
Alison Morton was 25 when she was diagnosed with an illness that leaves her with constant pain and profound fatigue.
A BBC investigation has seen first-hand of the devastating impact of the prescription drug pregabalin which has 'flooded' the black market.
The huge variation means good quality care cannot be delivered, says the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
The health secretary says the NHS in England must improve sepsis treatment and screening.