BBC News - Health
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"Brave and bold" breast cancer surgeon Dr Liz O'Riordan unveils a statue of herself.
A review finds that almost 15,000 patients may have been affected.
Patients needing complex operations will be transferred away from St George's hospital.
Football pundit Mark Lawrenson is not the first celebrity to have his illness diagnosed on screen.
Journalist Bryony Gordon on why not to say "commit" when talking about suicide.
Staff nurses in Northern Ireland are the lowest paid in the UK.
Male infertility is now the most common reason for couples to seek IVF - but men often feel alone.
The campaign comes as drinkers say cutting back on alcohol is harder than eating healthily or exercising.
Pauline Goodger was amazed when mum Alma, 90, "sang from memory" at the sessions in Nottingham.
The number of people becoming altruistic kidney donors is declining.
Natural aphrodisiacs for sale in Ghana - but what's in them?
Tom Boyce was put on a specialist lung machine, unavailable in Wales, after his organs failed.
Ageing donors and the challenge of matching organs mean lungs are in short supply.
Inspectors raised concerns after examining Russells Hall Hospital's death records.
Zara Tindall tells BBC Breakfast about going through two miscarriages and how hard it is for fathers.
There were no new cases of HIV in more than 500 high-risk people who took part in a trial of Prep.
Two thirds of migraines sufferers live in fear of an attack occurring, a new survey reveals.
Searching for advice on signs of heat exhaustion and preventing heatstroke was most popular.
One in seven serious operations were cancelled on the day of surgery in a seven-day period in 2017, a study finds.
Staff on Northern Rail are being taught to recognise when people living with dementia are travelling.