BBC News - Health
Updated: 22 hours 23 min ago
Operations are cancelled as services run by NHS Lanarkshire are affected by malware in computer systems.
Nine years of working in coal mines destroyed Will Goddard's lungs, but with the help of a specialist clinic in Rotherham he was able to get a double lung transplant.
Hospitals in London and Southampton think they have found a way of resolving disputes over children's care.
The cast of Kubla Khan has created an immersive experience of Samuel Taylor Coleridge's classic poem.
A family holiday to Paris ends in a nun believing she has performed a miracle on a surly teenager.
Middle-aged people are being urged to walk faster to help stay healthy, amid concern high levels of inactivity may be harming their health.
When he was a miner, Ron Cordner felt respected, but now he feels isolated in his own community.
The NHS trust boards of Ipswich and Colchester Hospitals vote to develop plans for a single organisation.
Health trusts unveil £70m worth of savings and asking the public for their views.
The number of deaths recorded over eight months of this year is four times the equivalent for 2016.
Experts say middle-aged people need to be doing more exercise.
The naturally occurring element may reduce the risk of the disease.
Health officials warn falling activity rates as people age are putting their health at risk.
As hospital admissions for allergies rise, what should people reasonably do to protect sufferers?
Swabs of vaginal bacteria, which some say helps the immune system, may be doing more harm than good.
The medicines regulator seizes 114 potentially unreliable home-testing kits.
Guidance calls for councils in England to make it easier for elderly and disabled people to cross the road.
Potential foreign nursing recruits to the NHS say the current language test is too difficult.
Many female doctors in Pakistan drop out when they start a family. There's a new scheme to help them continue in practice by doing online video clinics on their laptops.
The payout - to a woman who developed ovarian cancer - is the largest award so far against the firm.