A 14-year-old County Antrim girl with scoliosis of the spine may have operation delayed by a year.
The child has a rare condition which could cause brain damage if his diet is not controlled.
Local councils are accused of being slow to offer help and information to those eligible.
Every time Maya eats, she has to run off the calories - she's been ill for two years, but now she wants to go to university.
It is one of the strongest psychedelic drugs in the world and can trigger violent reactions, but some say its use for mental health issues should be researched.
Physiotherapists say everybody should build strength exercises into their everyday lives.
Thousands of nurses tell the Royal College of Nursing that care is being compromised.
Most people aren't doing it long enough according to a new report.
As a school bans "unhealthy" foods in lunchboxes, we ask what children are allowed to eat.
One in 10 miscarriages is believed to be caused by the failure of the baby's heart to form normally.
A major citizen science project will spread virtual flu with the aim of understanding how to stop the real thing.
A Chinese team corrected the potentially fatal blood disorder beta-thalassemia.
Hannah, 31, who has cerebral palsy fulfils her dream of playing a musical instrument.
An Australian court orders Belle Gibson to pay A$410,000 for misleading her readers.
Time is running out for Cary Gallant, who is going to court to get a liver transplant.
Southwest Airlines says the passenger was forcibly removed - but the two dogs were allowed to stay.
As Republicans in Congress fail to repeal Obamacare, President Trump has hinted at other options.
Doctors say shared mats can harbour bacteria and viruses, but gym-goers can avoid infections.
The country stops the disease from freely circulating, but small numbers of cases are still occurring.
Scott Sinden took up photography after he was diagnosed with a terminal illness.