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The number of serious incidents rose in seven of England's 10 ambulance areas.
US authorities approve a treatment which re-designs a patient's own immune system to attack cancer.
The manufacturer says that patients should discuss a code fix when they next see their doctors.
Work restoring nerve cell function in monkeys could lead to human trials by the end of the next year.
A steep rise in patients waiting more than a year for surgery in Wales is called "very worrying".
Daisy Mason has cerebral palsy and doctors said she would never walk or swim.
BBC 5 live meets the women suffering from tokophobia and one woman who's helping them.
Niamh thinks the pharmacist consultation women must have to get the morning-after pill puts women off asking for emergency contraception.
Existing tests are too slow in an emergency, say scientists, who are asking doctors to try out their alternative.
Companies that built and run NHS hospitals have made £831m in the past six years, a report says.
Calls to the Metropolitan Police about mental health total 115,000, or about 315 a day.
An optometrist put "highly vulnerable patients at risk of harm", a disciplinary panel decides.
Researchers hope the technology could lead to a way of diagnosing dementia at its earliest stage.
Former Scotland rugby international Doddie Weir says his focus is on helping find a cure for the disease.
When an old colleague returns to work. Maura's Asperger's syndrome means she doesn't hold back her thoughts about her friend's new hair style.
One woman says the pain "felt like I was dying" after her Essure sterilisation implant was fitted.
Canakinumab could herald a "new frontier" in treatment, but questions remain about its side-effects.
After decades of eating and drinking too much, Graham Ward was diagnosed with type II diabetes.
Parents, partners and loved ones of people with cancer have their heads shaved to show their support. It was part of Macmillan Cancer Support's Brave the Shave campaign.
Patrick Samuel has Asperger's syndrome. He uses art to deal with depression and self-injurious behaviour.