• By BBC   -   Jan 20, 2018

    BOXER BRADLEY SMITH: 'HOW ANXIETY NEARLY RUINED ME'

    Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, people should talk more about mental health.

  • By BBC   -   Jan 20, 2018

    THE ILFORD WOMAN WHO CARRIES HER HEART IN A RUCKSACK

    Selwa Hussain is the first woman in the UK to leave hospital with an artificial heart.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jan 20, 2018

    PERSIAN SHALLOT 'COULD HELP FIGHT TB ANTIBIOTIC RESISTANCE'

    Properties in Persian shallots could boost the effects of antibiotic treatment, a study says.

  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    CHURCH OF ENGLAND WARNS FUTURE OF DOWN'S 'UNDER QUESTION'

    The Church of England fears new pre-natal tests could lead to a rise in abortions of babies with Down's.

    Baby, Abortion
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    HORSE TRAMPLING WOMAN'S FACE REBUILT

    Libby Keating's face was repaired by experts at St George's Hospital in Tooting.

    Hospital, Face
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    UNDER PRESSURE

    How has Wales' biggest hospital been coping with winter pressures?

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    'THE INFECTION TOOK MY NOSE AND LEGS'

    Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.

    Nose, Legs
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    UNDER THE WEATHER

    Flu comes along every year - but just how bad it will be is hard to predict.

    Flu
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    ADOLESCENCE NOW LASTS FROM 10 TO 24, SCIENTISTS SAY

    Delayed marriage and parenthood has pushed back perceptions of when adulthood begins, they say.

    Adolescence
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    NHS BAIL-OUTS COULD BECOME NEW NORMAL, NATIONAL AUDIT OFFICE SAYS

    Money meant to transform services has been used to shore up finances, the National Audit Office says.

    Audition
  • By BBC   -   Jan 19, 2018

    CANCER BLOOD TEST ‘ENORMOUSLY EXCITING'

    Scientists move nearer to one of the biggest goals in medicine - a universal blood test for cancer.

    Cancer
  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    SHOULD THERE BE A RIGHT TO DIE?

    Two women explain their opposing views on the contentious right-to-die issue.

  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    NOEL CONWAY: TERMINALLY ILL MAN GRANTED ASSISTED DYING APPEAL

    Noel Conway wins the right to challenge a High Court decision against changing the law on assisted dying.

  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    HOW I BECAME A SURROGATE

    As Kim Kardashian West has her third baby by a surrogate, one Essex mum tells of the joy of surrogacy.

    Baby
  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    PRESSURE 'EASING' ON BUSY A&E UNITS

    Ambulance delays are down, but hospitals remain over-crowded, figures for England show.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    THE CHOIR HELPING PEOPLE WITH DEMENTIA

    "He comes alive when he's here."

  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    FUNDRAISING PAGE SET UP FOR DISGRACED LIVER SURGEON

    A former patient says Simon Bramhall is a "man of excellence."

  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    A&E SAFETY RISKS IN WALES 'UNACCEPTABLE'

    Hospital safety is being "compromised to an unacceptable degree", Welsh emergency consultants warn.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    USING CANNABIS HELPED EASE 'FRIGHTENING' TREMORS

    A mother-of-two from Pembroke Dock wants to see cannabis legalised to help ease symptoms like hers.

  • By BBC   -   Jan 18, 2018

    ANGELINA JOLIE GENE TESTING FOR ALL?

    Testing everyone for cancer risk genes would save lives and is cost effective say doctors.

    Cancer