BBC News - Health
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Fourteen-year-old girl had to go abroad for spinal surgery because of delays in Northern Ireland.
Half of manufacturers cut sugar content, with ministers calling it a good start in fight against obesity.
Erin Morgan-Ring is the third Welsh child to go abroad for the operation which is not available on the NHS.
Inspectors have given the trust until 13 April to make "significant improvements".
George Osborne says if he was still Chancellor he would have expanded the sugar tax.
ITV Victoria actor Jordan Waller has told BBC Radio 5 live he was conceived via a sperm donor.
Love Island winner Amber Davies says she’s concerned that sex is becoming too casual.
Official data covers basic pay of more than one million workers, including doctors, managers and nurses.
Salma Mbarouk wants to be able to register the children she lost through miscarriage.
The price of some unhealthy drinks is about to go up - in the hope that we will make "better" choices.
More than a quarter of pupils starting primary school in north Wales are overweight or obese.
Wheelchair user Jemma Collins recalls how her dream holiday ended in disaster.
Uber drivers in the US are complaining that an increasing number of customers are using them like an ambulance service.
There were 617,000 hospital admissions in England in 2016-17 where obesity was a factor.
A document says an order that would have shut down West Suffolk Hospital was looked at.
Alcohol consumption is glamorised across different aspects of Punjabi culture and shame stops many seeking the help that they need.
MIT severs ties with a start-up attempting to copy people's memories when they die.
Personal trainer and blogger Alice Liveing investigates how office workers can keep fit.
A woman traumatised by being ignored during labour had lengthy physical and mental problems.
For Dr Joel Salinas, music creates colours, numbers have personalities and another person's pain feels almost like his own.