BBC News - Health
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Women from European descent are twice as likely to be naturally blonde as men, a new study suggests.
Dr Luke Ong is five months from qualifying as a GP but missed an immigration deadline by 18 days.
An organ transplant is described as being "like having your appendix out" by a woman who donated to her father.
Doctors say they are perplexed by a "worsening epidemic" in the state of Victoria.
A study treating depressed patients with the drug via a nasal spray saw "significant improvements".
The images are intended to start conversations about the difficulties nursing mothers can face.
Edinburgh University found the drugs may also affect the fertility of future generations, by leaving marks on DNA.
Who will care for the soaring number of elderly Americans? One place has found a creative answer.
Genes are found that cause a heart disease that kills 50% of victims within five years.
How analysing faeces could unlock the secrets of good health.
Frances Carroll needed sticks to walk any distance when she was a size 22. Now she's a fitness instructor.
People who drink more than 18 drinks a week could live four to five years less as a result, a study says.
Jess Laughton has faced a long battle to have her left leg removed - something she wanted because of her chronic pain.
A total of 45 games were nominated at Thursday night's Bafta Games Awards in London.
Amanda was 11 years old when she started experiencing symptoms of early menopause.
Breakthrough explains why some cancers are far more deadly than others.
Researchers warn of suicide rates among students rising above the rest of their age group.
A BBC analysis has identified the services with the worst waiting times as performance slumps to record low.
Night owls are 10% more likely to have premature deaths than early risers, a study says.
A surrogate mother gave birth as the biological parents had frozen embryos before they died in a car crash.