BBC News - Health
Updated: 1 hour 43 min ago
BBC reporter Ed Thomas has had exclusive access to discover what life is like in the NHS.
Hypothyroidism affects one in 70 women and one in 1,000 men, but it can be tricky to diagnose and treat
The BBC's Ed Thomas reports from the Royal Blackburn Hospital - where staff struggle daily to find available patient beds.
Plans to treat more patients in the community are not easing NHS pressures, says a watchdog.
Tumours were not found until months after Patricia Ann Whitehouse first saw a GP, her family claims.
As ex-footballer Rio Ferdinand says he is yet to "grieve properly" for his wife, three men share their experiences of losing a partner.
Stacey and Leigh Oswin are using crowdfunding to try to have a baby through the NHS.
A GP practice in Plymouth is using paramedics and pharmacists to free up doctors to see more patients.
Brandon Marshall, who is 6ft 11.5ins (2.12m) tall, hopes to become a professional basketball player.
A new type of male contraceptive that plugs sperm flow with a gel is successful in monkey trials.
Frontline staff on how they cope with the intense pressures of working for the NHS.
Patients and families discuss their recent experience of NHS services.
The "seven-day NHS" has been a key pledge of the Conservative government. But is it feasible?
Breakthrough in mice paves the way for human treatments for hearing loss.
The length of GP consultations in the NHS is "crazy" and risks undermining care, doctors warn.
Long waits, 'corridor nurses' and staff at breaking point: One A&E unit opens its doors to the BBC.
Lasers that spot whether tissue is healthy or cancerous is being tested.
Showing arachnopohobes images of spiders so briefly they remain unaware of them could help overcome their fear.
The shadow health secretary Jon Ashworth talks frankly about his childhood spent growing up with an alcoholic father - but insists he "was lucky".
BBC analysis shows most hospitals have too many patients on wards, risking infections and delays in care.