BBC News - Health
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The Missouri boy fell from a tree house and landed face first on a foot-long meat skewer.
Egyptian authorities say E. coli caused the deaths of a British couple, a claim dismissed by their daughter as "rubbish".
Doctors warn that contraceptive access is at a "crossroads", with services being cut across England.
Woman are having to wait longer and travel further to get coils and implants, doctors warn.
Labour's deputy leader says he lost seven stone by cutting out sugar, fatty foods and beer.
One in five men and one in six women will get cancer in their lifetime, a global report suggests.
Regulator says providers should make it clear that the chances of success dwindle once a woman reaches 35.
It's designed to help elderly immune systems develop a stronger defence against flu.
How can you ensure you're getting the iron you need from your food, without eating too much red meat?
The Royal Veterinary College said the double bypass was the first operation of its kind on a dog.
A patient in Blackpool tested positive for the disease, just days after the first case in Cornwall.
Figures show one in 11 NHS posts in England is unfilled.
One in nine people in the world is undernourished, according to a UN report.
With one in three children obese, Jamie Oliver explains how to eat healthily at home.
A report by charity YoungMinds says more help is needed while children are waiting for NHS appointments.
Half of all employees say they struggle and many keep it secret, says mental health charity Mind.
With people living longer, common ailments are changing and the NHS must quickly adapt, says a report.
It is hoped that it will cut the reliance of diabetics on injecting insulin.
Campaigners are calling on the media to be more sensitive in how suicides are reported.
A basket full of essential items could help tackle child poverty in Wales, it is claimed.