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Broken backs and broken legs were among the injuries reported at trampoline parks last year.
Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall on the benefits of eating weeds and nettles
B vitamins may offer some protection against particulate pollution, a small human trial suggests.
A new 'biological' therapy could help more patients than previously thought, experts believe.
It all starts around the time children start school and spend more time sitting, a study suggests.
How a life-changing event led one researcher to uncover how the immune system repairs the brain.
A girl who died from meningitis "wasn't given a chance" after being sent home from hospital, an inquest hears.
Unvaccinated children would be banned from childcare centres under a government plan.
After singer Rochelle Humes turns hers into art, we look at what else you can do with an umbilical cord.
Vulnerable people are being detained in care without proper checks, senior lawyers say.
Details of thousands of medical staff in Wales are stolen from a private contractor's computer server.
The home secretary is being urged to drop a £1,000 charge payable on doctors from outside the EU.
What do the study of cancer cells and that of the stars have in common?
All women, regardless of their sexual orientation, should have regular tests, charities say.
Magic the dog is able to detect dangerous shifts in his owner's blood sugar levels while she sleeps.
NHS trials are currently assessing if dogs could also be used to detect prostate cancer at an early stage.
As Mother's day approaches one new mother shares the devastating experience of post-partum psychosis.
Nearly 300 babies die from cot deaths each year. Here's how to put your baby to sleep safely.
Every year thousands of women in the UK develop a type of diabetes during pregnancy.
A "guardian angel" dog reaches the finals of Crufts for helping transform the life of a boy with autism.