There is no need to fear the "nanny state" tag, experts say, as polling shows support for tough action.
Women who suffer from reproductive issues such as endometriosis and severe period pain talk about their debilitating effects.
A wife describes losing a husband to dementia and worrying about how to pay for his care.
As the UK gets set for several days of hot, dry weather, some cool tips have been shared on social media.
Beverley Thahane's son Noah died after developing rickets.
The virus was detected in a six-year-old boy in April and confirmed in two healthy children last week.
Sexual satisfaction appears to increase with age, according to a reproductive health poll.
Professor Nola Ishmael OBE, joined the NHS in 1963 and rose up the ranks to become the first black Director of Nursing in London.
Scientists think it might actually be a bad idea to apply the ointment immediately to wounds.
The UK system is criticised for being "below average" on preventing deaths from heart attacks, strokes and cancer.
Chris Coombs describes how depression led him to attempt suicide in his first year at university.
Businessman John Caudwell pledges to spend more than £1m of his own money to help fund Lyme Disease research.
The Office for National Statistics publishes higher education suicide rates for the first time.
Patients are struggling to find affordable travel insurance, long after any key treatment is finished.
The NHS in Dorset is trialling a 'smart insole' that can help to keep dementia patients safe.
Patients, carers and MPs say exercise therapy prescribed for chronic fatigue syndrome can be harmful to patients.
Angela Rose, who has terminal cancer says the boxes will be "part of me to give to them when I die".
New rules aiming to tackle child obesity have been broadly welcomed - with some reservations.
It follows claims the devices, used to give powerful painkillers, could have caused widespread deaths.
The government proposals aim to halve childhood obesity by 2030 in England.