BBC News - Health
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Elizabeth Garrett Anderson was the first woman to qualify in Britain as a doctor.
Luton & Dunstable hospital has the best-performing A&E in England. The BBC's Hugh Pym explains why.
Ella Ebaugh was awarded a $57m payout after a mesh implant left her disabled.
Ian Shaw was sent home to die, but a doctor queried that decision after seeing his story on the BBC.
The experience of six related Italians may help to find a new treatment for people with chronic pain.
The family of disabled man Ian Shaw were told he was dying - now he is responding well to cancer treatment.
Dr Sara Kayat gives us her top tips for telling a partner or ex you have an STI.
Public Health England launches a new campaign to get more people thinking about using condoms.
The Christmas song recorded by singers at risk of serious infection if they meet face-to-face.
Giving youngsters too many takeaways is also criticised as a health risk by the researchers.
Four Seasons Health Care, which looks after 17,000 elderly residents, has secured its future for now.
The ex-VP offers words of advice on the senator's cancer during an emotional TV talk show encounter.
Most NHS trusts in England will publish information on deaths caused by failings in patient care by 2018.
How pioneering gene therapy has given a haemophilia patient a new lease of life.
If your wine was served in a smaller glass, would you drink less of it?
Doctors use gene therapy to correct the defect that causes haemophilia A.
How does your drinking measure up to the average from countries around the world?
Simon Bramhall admits marking his initials on the livers of two transplant patients.
From weight worries to smoking and drinking, the annual Health Survey for England provides a revealing insight into lifestyles.
Sex vlogger Hannah Witton asks why there isn't more safe sex on TV and whether it matters.