BBC News - Health
The announcement comes the day after an "appalling" cervical-screening blunder hits more than 40,000 women.
Exposure to diesel fumes was linked to an approximate 5% reduction in lung capacity in London children.
Worldwide sales of blood plasma are increasingly strongly, but is it ethically right that people should be paid to donate it?
Sarah Burgwin wants the NHS to pay for Orkambi to treat her six-year-old daughter's cystic fibrosis.
Oli Weatherall has to go to extreme lengths to keep himself alive because of a severe peanut allergy
Bobby was injecting heroin and crack cocaine up to six times a day. He's spoken to the BBC about what made him turn his life around.
From January 2019 post-mortem examinations on children from Northern Ireland will have to be carried out in Liverpool.
A new Dundee University study calls for mandatory protective headgear to prevent injuries in the sport.
A reform charity says new figures "illustrate in graphic detail why prison is no place for a child".
A type of cell the body uses to destroy cancer gets clogged by fat and stops working, findings suggest.
Experts say millions of pounds is being spent in case of a no-deal instead of creating new medicines.
How do you go about dressing your baby for their final resting place when conventional clothes don't fit?
Scientists hope the test may offer a new way to spot those at risk of dementia, before symptoms show.
Michelle Keegan admits she had put off cervical cancer screening but tells women it was not painful.
Lynette Mchendry is one of 100,000 NI claimants being reassessed for disability or illness benefits.
Too much iron in the blood, or haemochromatosis, is a little-known, debilitating condition, often undiagnosed.
Babies are being born at the world's first clinic to help woman who have a baby after being heart attack survivors.
Gillian Assor was walking her dog when she heard crying and what followed would change multiple lives.
Catherine Benfield was diagnosed with OCD as a young mum. Creating a character who personifies her condition helped her recovery.
The BBC has had unique access inside Europe's largest burns unit, to see how one survivor is recovering.
It's a year since movie mogul Harvey Weinstein checked himself into a sex addiction clinic - but does sex addiction really exist?
Rather than impede learning, gaming can improve your manual dexterity and concentration skills, one surgeon says.
Anick - who was born intersex - had a series of operations to give him a fully-functioning penis. The BBC followed his progress.