BBC News - Health
Updated: 1 hour 40 min ago
A fifth of those diagnosed with cancer face discrimination on return to work, a Macmillan survey suggests.
Cancer survivor Terry Foster, 58, says he was sacked after being diagnosed with lymphoma, as his company felt he “wouldn't be able to handle the stress of the job”.
New Delhi children protest in the Indian capital against the city's extreme air pollution.
Two in every 100 people have no ability to visualise images in their own heads - because of a condition called aphantasia.
The government has announced a new war against superbugs like E.coli, which are increasing in number.
Telling your child they are gravely ill is never going to be an easy task and the best advice can be hard to find with so much available.
Simple self-care measures could end millions of unnecessary GP visits every year, says the LGA.
A terminally ill boy should receive palliative care proposed by specialists despite his parents' objections, a judge rules.