BBC News - Health
Updated: 18 min 23 sec ago
Paul Grover lost hundreds of thousands of pounds; now he's at a rehab centre for gambling addicts.
We need to stand by emergency workers who stand by us, says an MP whose law idea is being debated.
Children who are unaware they have Irlen Syndrome are "being turned off education", it is claimed.
Girls with "life-threatening" food allergies were exposed to food in an allergy clinic waiting room.
For cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy, losing their hair can be an extremely difficult.
Pollution has been linked to nine million deaths each year worldwide, according to a report in The Lancet.
Machete attack victim Ninsiima is given prosthetic arms made by Salford University students.
It takes between one and 10 mutations to turn a healthy cell cancerous.
Not a single person applied to work as a GP in the surgery which is currently staffed by locums.
Former Liberal leader Lord Steel says the 1967 Abortion Act is "out of date"
The 12-year-old from the Black Country has been announced as one of BBC Radio 1's teen heroes.
Eye experts warn of nasty infections and even sight loss if they are not used safely.
Researchers say it is likely the increase is real and not just down to better awareness from GPs.
Legally, consent lies with the deceased, but in practice, relatives' wishes are always respected.
Rachel wants to be an organ donor, but is concerned her family could override her wishes.
Researchers at the University of the West of Scotland had already established the same protein can suppress cancer.
A couple married for 40 years say it's made it "impossible" for them to be intimate.
Hundreds of women say the vaginal implants left them in pain and unable to walk, work or have sex.
Writer and broadcaster Anna Raeburn had an illegal abortion in 1965 when she was 21.
A group of women who say the implants wrecked their lives had called for a public inquiry and a ban.