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Updated: 1 day 18 min ago
They signed a contract when he was 20, saying he would pay her 60% of his income after he qualified.
Parents should only allow two healthy snacks a day, a health body says in new year drive.
Coming to terms with an ileostomy can be hard, but you can still live your life to the full
The BBC's global health correspondent Tulip Mazumdar takes us through what health stories to expect in the new year.
A 34 stone woman says she is desperate to lose weight but there is no help for her in north Wales.
The Scottish Ambulance Service says it has been "a challenge" to cope with a 38% rise in calls.
The women - who have all battled against cancer - are raising money for two charitable causes.
A mother describes the affect her 12-year-old son trying to kill himself had on her own mental health.
Parents of a three-year-old who died from a rare illness said they want to "learn" from his death.
Deborah Brownson's experience as the parent of two autistic boys inspired book and support campaign.
Lucia Mee, who has had three transplants, wants organ donation to be taught in schools.
Patients are being urged to consider other options before making an appointment with their family doctor.
Simon Stevens warns 'selfish' revellers that the NHS does not stand for 'National Hangover Service'.
A new treatment that has saved a dog's broken leg is to be tried on humans.
Immunotherapy is a breakthrough technology that scientists hope will one day lead to cures for previously untreatable cancers.
Chris Barker hasn't let a diagnosis of Crohn's disease stop him from becoming a personal trainer.
All Maggie wanted for Christmas was toilet roll to play with, so her family got creative.
British medical staff are travelling to Bangladesh where diphtheria is affecting refugee camps.
Record sum comes as more hospitals charge disabled people and issue fines for non-payers.
Worried about the impact of screens on your child's eyesight? Get them outdoors, say doctors.