BBC News - Health
Updated: 22 hours 21 min ago
The late doctor of a Dutch IVF clinic is suspected of fathering 60 children using his own sperm.
Our screens might be getting flatter but our children are getting fatter, researchers say.
The "grim reality" of NHS financial pressures means many people are waiting in pain, surgeons say.
A BBC investigation into patient waiting times at Kettering General led to allegations of misconduct.
At least 400 children in Wales have needed hospital treatment for sleep problems since March 2013.
Half a million children still die each year, with India and Nigeria among the most affected.
Viktoria Tautz is found guilty of manslaughter after ten-month-old Joshua Paul died in her care.
Dr Ibrar Majid, who saved lives on the night of the attack, on his feelings as a Muslim for the bomber.
TV presenter Nadia Sawalha posted a video online "confessing" she was losing her hair.
A US study says there is no benefit in terms of hygiene from washing in hot water rather than cold.
The parents of nine-month-old Charlie Gard say they will keep fighting to get him treatment in the US.
Mental health concerns raised in survey of 12,000 workers from across the UK.
Paying for social care has figured highly in the election. But other issues are not discussed.
The first study to look at twins in the region says urgent improvements are needed.
Winnie Li decided to have her eggs frozen after rape ruined her 30s.
Breast surgeon Ian Paterson carried out needless surgery on patients he told had cancer.
Supreme Court justices order Charlie Gard's life support to be maintained until at least 8 June.
The TV star fights back tears in a video on Facebook saying her trademark curls are fake.
Gill Dallow almost died when she went under rogue surgeon Ian Paterson's knife.
The cost of treating expat pensioners at home - rather than abroad - could double to £1bn, say experts at the Nuffield Trust.