BBC News - Health
An investigation is under way after patients contracted a fungal infection associated with pigeon droppings.
A BBC analysis suggests there is a shocking variation in access to GPs across England, doctors' leaders say.
Kris Hallenga was diagnosed with terminal cancer, but beat the odds. Her scar is part of her body art.
Betty Bienias said she was shocked to find out she was expecting triplets - two of which had been conceived naturally.
Egypt is the first Arab country to authorise the sale of flibanserin - but how well is it going down?
Every three seconds in the UK, someone has an asthma attack which could be life-threatening, a charity says.
Genetic disorder Haemochromatosis can cause liver failure, diabetes and severe arthritis if untreated.
Wales' first obesity strategy wants to make eating healthier food and staying active "normal and easy".
Premier League footballers are taking part in a "ground-breaking" new concussion study this season that could lead to pitch-side diagnosis.
An Edinburgh student is urging people to be more mindful when they interact with people with disabilities.
A US company has produced an ultrasound scanner that plugs into an iPhone and costs $2,000 (£1,555).
Children in London and Luton are taking part in a study to measure how their lungs are affected by air pollution.
Scans show Becca Henderson has been clear of cancer for a year and is now eligible for a donor heart.
GPs would use the online calculator to tell women their risk of getting breast cancer, say scientists.
Can simply lowering meat consumption be considered a thing, or is it just "half-hearted" vegetarianism?