BBC News - Health
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Shannon Mackey has been using virtual reality physiotherapy sessions to help learn to walk again after suffering a stroke.
Technology could be used to improve treatment for heart failure patients.
A woman with alopecia launches a petition calling for a bald emoji to help represent people with hair loss.
The death of a woman following childbirth was a result of "failures, inadequate diagnosis and treatment", a coroner rules.
How one woman's rare disorder means a kiss from her husband could end up killing her.
NI GPs will likely vote to leave the NHS if a snap election is called, says the head of the NI General Practitioners' Committee.
Health watchdog NICE rejects life-extending drug Kadcyla for use on the NHS on cost grounds.
Ben Franklin from London was diagnosed with Hepatitis C nine months ago but is still waiting for a new drug which could cure his condition.
A network of trauma centres has opened across the UK to allow the NHS to treat veterans.
Referral management centres may be slowing cancer diagnoses and delaying other NHS treatment, doctors warn.
A patient has been caught in an undercover BBC film illegally selling prescription drugs which cost the NHS £10,000 a year.
The Royal College of Surgeons says the NHS in England is facing "tremendous pressure" this winter.
The family of a woman who fought a long battle against Multiple Sclerosis release a harrowing set of images to support the campaign for the "right to die".
How lemons are helping to explain what breast cancer can feel and look like.
Doctors tell of their "guilt" and "distress" over the care they can provide amid pressures on the NHS.
The BMA's Dr Chaand Nagpaul says the government's ultimatum over working hours is "an insult".
Downing Street puts pressure on GPs to open from 08:00-20:00 in a bid to reduce strain on A&E.
With teenage suicide on the rise, we hear the struggles of two mothers and their children.
Prime Minister Theresa May admits the NHS is under pressure, while paying tribute to medical staff.
Is it true that the government plans to cut one-third of NHS beds in England?