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One campaigner says a 100m "buffer zone" at a London abortion clinic will not be a deterrent.
A study in mice found that physical and mental exercise in adults improved offspring's learning ability.
It's like 'falling down the rabbit hole of endless what ifs' says one sufferer in a candid online debate
Heart surgery patients in Wales see the average waiting time rise from 43 days to 79.
Val's jaw has been reconstructed by "stretching" her own tissue and bone around a frame.
An analysis found people who had brain injuries were 24% more likely to be diagnosed with dementia.
Inspectors warn private hospitals that the lessons of rogue surgeon Ian Paterson must be learned.
A mother's campaign has led to government funding that gives hope to child amputees.
How one community works together to stop people feeling isolated
Chilli-eating competitions are proving popular in the UK, despite potential risks.
After eating a Carolina Reaper, a man experienced "thunderclap" headaches and went to a New York hospital.
Human cells make up only 43% of the body's total cell count, while the rest are microscopic colonists.
Cooking competition finalist Nawamin Pinpathomrat spends his days as an Oxford researcher.
Last year also saw the highest year-on-year increase in donors in the UK for 28 years.
Nicola Gaskin gave birth to Winter Wolfe - who died a day later after a series of complications.
From chlorine to novichok, Hamish de Bretton-Gordon takes us through the history of chemical weapons.
A report by the charity Orchid found 37% of prostate cancer cases are diagnosed in the late stages.
Singer Ed Sheeran was treated at Ipswich Hospital after he broke his elbow and wrist.
Cancers should be classed by similarities in tumour types, not by where they are formed, a study says.
In Northern Ireland, 14,000 people are waiting more than a year to receive treatment, compared to 1,800 in England.