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Monmouthshire GP Dr Helen Webberley's practice is restricted while medical authorities investigate.
Health workers tell the BBC the assessments left some patients being denied NHS care.
Jack Ferguson, 13, races go-karts, despite conditions so severe doctors told him not to play sport.
Four women explain why they have stopped drinking alcohol and how it's affected their outlook on life.
Many women don't go for cervical screening, so scientists found another way to test for abnormal cells.
Amie drank 30 pints a weekend to "keep up with the boys" - but now she has had no alcohol for 16 months.
Recounting events can make people "relive the worst parts", and may open themselves up to trolling.
One in 20 people is being prescribed potentially addictive painkillers for too long with little benefit, says report.
A look at the sums behind Theresa May's claim in Parliament.
The parents of Jemima Layzell, 13, said they were very proud of her legacy.
How one free clinic in Kerala, India, is helping the transgender community.
Research finds aspirin stimulates the regeneration of damaged tooth structure.
Auditors are concerned the rising cost of clinical negligence is too high a burden for hospitals.
"Upselling" is fuelling obesity by persuading people to buy larger portions, say health officials.
Businesses are being criticised for trying to sell you more than you've asked for.
Searching for symptoms online is causing people to obsess about aches and pains, experts say.
The technology could help surgeons ensure they remove all of a tumour.
Designer Poppy Nash weaves her blood sugar results into the fabric she designs to help manage her diabetes
Australian researchers have developed software that measures writing speed and pen pressure.
The decision will save £700,000 per year, local health chiefs claim.