BBC News - Health
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Danielle Lloyd has told BBC 5 live she wants to pick the gender of her next child.
Trials could begin in humans after successful tests of a slow-release oral tablet in pigs, claim US researchers.
A low-loader driver carries a pregnant woman's car through flood water while she is in labour.
More than 1,000 people spent more than eight hours waiting in emergency departments over the festive break.
A University on Glasgow study suggests low mood and tiredness are not linked to lifestyle factors.
How an Essex couple used the "10-dummy trick" to help their daughter sleep.
Mothers in group singing sessions with babies have faster improvement in symptoms, a study suggests.
Coconut oil sales are rocketing, but is it a cholesterol-busting wonder food, or is this dangerous hype?
Emma and Toni on the five letters that could save another man like their dad.
Many of us make New Year's resolutions to lose weight and get fit, so can tech help us stick to them?
ABTA says millions of holidaymakers are being asked to pretend they were sick while away.
Start-ups in the US are charging up to £4 per litre of untreated spring water.
A mother describes the harrowing moment her 17-year-old daughter died suddenly of sepsis.
Shahida Shahid suffered severe brain damage after the restaurant meal and died three days later.
Two major investors urge Apple to address the growing issue of smartphone addiction in children.
One-year-old Evelyn Johnston-Smith needed surgery to repair a hole in her heart.
Moin Younis goes through an excruciating skin care routine each day, that can last up to six hours.
The NHS is braced for a bad flu season as the 'Australian' virus strain H3N2 dominates.
But there is a catch - it takes two years of aerobic exercise, four to five days a week, a study says.
Baby girls Farah and Haneen, joined at the abdomen, are separated after surgery in Saudi Arabia.