BBC News - Health
Updated: 34 min 51 sec ago
Kate Farley has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop her packing a punch in the ring - on her knees.
£450,000 is spent on a staff engagement plan to help a health board get out of special measures.
The wounded veteran who received the organ transplant says he feels "finally more normal".
The Italian foreign office says it hopes the terminally ill toddler "can get immediate transfer to Italy".
Jay Crouch has two new kidneys, a liver, pancreas and small bowel and is learning how to eat.
One man has 'got his mum back' from the ravages of Alzheimer's, partly thanks to a change in her diet.
Christine Bexon's late husband Paul developed early onset dementia at the age of 55.
A new Dundee University ultrasound process offers a more accurate diagnosis of the disease.
The government funding will go towards mental health services and outreach programmes for parents.
Lonnie's tongue is about to be removed. What will he say to loved ones with his final words?
The health secretary wants action from the sites on underage use, bullying and screen-time limits.
Patient's lives are being saved by poo, but how far can microbial medicine go?
Tommy says hospital staff don’t always understand the needs of dementia patients.
Allied Healthcare, one of the UK's biggest providers of in-home care, blames a "challenging environment".
Health ministers call on company to lower price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi so the NHS can afford it.
Gemma has OCD, but has found bodybuilding helps her manage and works as coping strategy.
Some 40,000 runners are due to take part in the London Marathon, but are those 26.2 miles doing us harm?
Experts say more screening is needed to tackle the disease, which affects pregnant women.
The court has also refused permission for the parents of the terminally ill toddler to appeal.
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