BBC News - Health
Updated: 4 hours 33 min ago
Over-reliance on and misuse of antibiotics has raised fears of a future without effective medicines.
Heart patients improve their survival chances by having surgery in the afternoon, research suggests.
Jamie Oliver says Scottish government plans to restrict price promotions and adverts are "trailblazing".
The president shares a story about the "tough life" of his tragic sibling as he battled alcoholism.
Women in Scotland are the first in the UK to be allowed to take the abortion pill at home.
Southend Hospital says it has no plans to accommodate NHS patients in Airbnb style pilot "at this time".
Bosses are urged to help struggling staff, with mental health work plans and encouraging open discussion.
A hard or 'no deal' Brexit could have a serious impact on NHS Wales, a health expert warns.
Having an abortion is a tough decision, leaving some women with regret while others feel relieved.
For nearly two decades Sweden has been battling a mysterious illness, which affects only the children of asylum-seekers.
The researchers were surprised how many outbreaks they detected in the east of England.
Autistic children at a special educational needs school in London have yoga classes every week.
Audit Scotland's annual report on NHS Scotland lists concerns over missed targets, waiting times and funding.
Rising rates may be a sign patients are being rushed out of hospital, a watchdog warns.
People in America take more opioids - such as morphine and codeine - than in any other country. Why?
Ex-policewoman Sue Cox smokes cannabis to relieve the pain of crippling multiple sclerosis.
The studies could lead to new treatments for inherited diseases.
Leprosy found in red squirrels is also found in pre-Norman bones in Suffolk and Scandinavia.
Meet the women who set up the campaign for people with Crohn's and colitis.
All new dads need postnatal depression screening says father who suffered after his son's birth.