BBC News - Health
Updated: 5 hours 8 min ago
A union leader claims doctors' confidence in the GMC has collapsed over the Hadiza Bawa-Garba case.
Two mothers call on a drug firm and ministers to reach a deal over a 'life-changing' treatment.
Ivy, aged three, has cystic fibrosis and her mum wants a £100,000-a-year to help control Ivy's condition.
Chatbots are being used to help people deal with mental health issues such as anxiety and depression.
Cases are slashed thanks to a new system that predicts where outbreaks will occur.
Cholera cases in Yemen have been slashed by a new system that predicts where outbreaks will occur.
Perth teenager Caitlin White says all the options of treatment open to her come with health risks.
Long-term use of the US weight-loss pill is found to be safe for the heart, in a major study finds.
Scans show differences in the brains of those who love to put things offs compared with the "doers".
The change means women will be able to take the second abortion pill at home rather than in a clinic.
More NHS clinical psychologists are needed to help children and their families back on their feet after long-term illness.
Thirty-seven deaths have been recorded from the disease already this year.
The researchers say that the health risks of drinking outweigh any possible benefits.
People with autism have travelled across the country to get their hair cut by Jenine Dixon.
A woman who survived after being told she had days to live calls for more support for women with cancer.
Mary and Colette Moore are both getting ready to go to hospital to have the surgery.
A rise in diabetes cases linked to lifestyle will cause a surge in heart disease and strokes, a charity warns.
Antibiotics should rarely be given for coughs - in most cases they do little to help, officials say.
Sky's Colin Brazier says letter received weeks after his wife died from breast cancer "needs noting".
Four ambulance trusts report taking at least 24 hours to reach some people who called for help.