BBC News - Health
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The cutting-edge treatment is expensive but could potentially cure children with advanced leukaemia.
About 1.4 billion people face a range of health problems due to physical inactivity, the WHO says.
Doctors are being told to adopt a new policy of writing letters that are easier for patients to understand.
Paul is one of thousands of British men to travel to Turkey this year to have a hair transplant.
Claire Wineland made a name for herself writing and speaking about her life with the disease.
Although the male rate is falling, men still account for three-quarters of suicides in the UK.
Public Health England says about 80% of heart attacks and strokes in people under 75 could be prevented.
Ty Hafan children's hospice is creating a sound installation to remember patients in an inspiring way.
Doctors must learn a new skill - writing letters that are easier for patients to understand, guidelines say.
A campaign called #Alopeciaisfashion aims to make hair loss more accepted and visible in the fashion world.
How dangerous is the "Brazilian butt lift" and why are people having this form of cosmetic surgery?
BBC Radio 5 Live's Rachael Bland was diagnosed with breast cancer in November 2016.
The parents of Max Brett, who had a cochlear implant fitted, wanted to share the "incredible moment".
Andrew Lane, 63, lost most of his penis to the flesh-eating bug following a routine operation.
Jennifer Shirlow paid to be treated privately in Dublin after two NHS operations were cancelled.
The suicide rate among doctors in England is rising, with concerns about whether they can get help.
A health board did not have the systems in place to pick up on his mistakes, a BBC investigation finds.
Gareth Evans has needed a new heart for nine years - showing how more donors are needed, the NHS says.
Ruth Rose is the oldest person in the UK to have a medical sex change.
Clinics in England say they are struggling to meet a huge increase in visits.