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Britain's obesity rates rising faster than any other developed nation, with 63% of UK adults overweight.
Luis Manuel, from Mexico, is 10 months old and weighs 28kg.
Harriet Nicol,16, from Billericay, Essex, took her life earlier this year.
When you work with people who are dying, what do you find out?
Many parents are unaware of this vitamin supplement advice, a study finds.
Doctors say giving further intensive care treatment to Isaiah Hasstrup is not in his best interests.
A doctor who circumcised a boy without his mother's consent will not be prosecuted.
Vicky Forster beat leukaemia as a child. Now she works as a scientist, trying to change the lives of children with the same disease.
Blood vending machines are in operation the US and London, but it is a first for Northern Ireland.
Since 2008, the HPV vaccine has been offered to girls aged 11 to 13 and reported HPV cases have fallen.
Bashir Aziz used to hide his skin because he was told he looked like a zebra and a cow, now he's modelling his vitiligo to the world.
Extending treatment with hormone therapy could reduce the risk of it recurring.
Dan Keeley, who has bipolar disorder, completed the gruelling 1,250 mile run in aid of a charity.
Developers are using virtual reality to try and find ways of easing the stress on mental health services.
As mental health problems increase, could virtual-reality programmes help with the demand for treatment?
An average 11-day difference in recovery rates for burns may be explained by the body clock, a study says.
While most women have a safe birth, there are some variations in care, a maternity report shows.
When Jennifer Brea got ME she began to interview fellow patients all over the world - from her bed.
A child has been given a new genetically modified skin that covers 80% of his body, in a series of lifesaving operations.
Hassan was born with skin so delicate it would tear and blister