BBC News - Health
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The British Dental Association says there is an "emerging crisis" in dental care in England.
For doctors who fled to the UK, training to work in the NHS means having to learn the local dialect.
Doctors who have travelled to Scotland as refugees are getting the chance to work for the NHS.
One in 10 women has it, but getting help for endometriosis is a long and difficult journey for most.
A BBC investigation has revealed concerns about some aspects of the work of an FGM campaigner.
The 1% cap on Scottish public sector pay rises will be scrapped next year, Nicola Sturgeon confirms.
A mum has shared striking photos to raise awareness that people with mental illness do not look a specific way
The infection kills off cancerous cells and leaves healthy ones unharmed, animal studies show.
Rachael Huckle's life changed when she started dressing up as her alter-ego.
Daily Politics panellists discuss being vegan after Jeremy Corbyn praised the diet.
A BBC investigation raises serious questions about the handling of FGM in children in the UK.
The little girl had not been abroad and northern Italy is malaria-free.
The video game sequel seeks to overturn taboos linked to mental health issues.
The support network Silence of Suicide says residents have little confidence in "council-led" mental health services.
How one child's illness led to a revolution in Dutch farming and dramatically reduced the use of antibiotic drugs.
A Manchester Arena bomb victim tells how the attack has affected her life.
Employers are not good enough at supporting staff with migraines, say three UK charities.
University mental health services face a "considerable challenge", a report says.
Will it be any easier third time round for the Duchess who was ill during her first two pregnancies?
Nearly 460 families of potential organ donors declined to donate in 2016.