BBC News - Health
Updated: 39 min 43 sec ago
A study claims bacteria is present in rubber ducks. But what other unexpected risks are in your bathroom?
Former BBC Radio 5 live presenter Richard Bacon has been diagnosed with ADHD at 42.
Discrimination against LGBT people is "alive and kicking" in the care sector, charities tell the Victoria Derbyshire programme.
A student says she took part in a meningitis vaccine trial as she wanted to help people in the future.
Researchers hope the study of 24,000 will cut infections in the young and the wider community.
The PM says she wants to move away from annual cash "top-ups" to allow health service to plan for future.
The "potentially toxic" fumes were released by coral being cleared from a domestic aquarium.
Images posted to social media by the magician have prompted others to share their stories of Crohn's disease.
More than two million tablets, including Valium, were found by Police Scotland last year.
More than 150 patients have contributed to the inquiry into Ian Paterson's botched operations.
Across Great Britain, adults are drinking less often. So how are tastes changing and why are they cutting back?
A charity says that more than 80% are failing to test for the genetic condition Lynch syndrome.
Men can now buy impotence pills without a prescription at some UK pharmacies. What are the risks?
Michael Fuller is autistic and could play Mozart by ear aged 11. Now he's a classical composer.
Southern Health admitted failings over the deaths of Teresa Colvin and Connor Sparrowhawk.
Keilan's operation was scheduled when NHS winter pressures were at their highest, and beds were scarce.
Midwives want a scheme in one city aimed at making mothers feel comfortable expanded nationwide.
Midwife representatives welcome the move but say more training places "is only half of the problem".
Since Richard’s leg was amputated, his two-storey house has become very difficult to get around.
A leading GP estimated that up to 80% of his patients had conditions linked to lifestyle and diet.