BBC News - Health
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There's a link between a gluten-free diet and diabetes.
The couple who were duped out of £400 talk of their joy at finally becoming parents via surrogates.
Philippa found temporary relief from her eating disorder after being treated with brain stimulation.
Is there any evidence that the internet and smartphones have shrunk our attention spans?
Why Do Not Resuscitate forms need to be changed
They might cause a lot of pain, but they also seem to do us good.
Athlete Katie Cooke has epilepsy and finds solace in running - but every time she takes to the track she loses consciousness.
It kills more than bowel, breast and prostate cancer combined.
What would you do if your child was a heroin addict suffering from acute withdrawal symptoms?
Slam poet Neil Hilborn's poem about dating with OCD.
Traffic lights are the worst place for exposing babies and toddlers to air pollution.
Katie Cooke is a runner with epilepsy - when she has a seizure during a race, she wants to get up and keep running, not be taken to hospital.
A BBC analysis finds the worst-performing NHS trusts have much higher death rates than expected.
The health secretary says seeing 95% of patients in four hours is critical for safe care.
A new treatment has been trialled to treat bulimia, using electric signals sent through the brain.
A hospital in India says Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty, from Egypt, has lost 100kg after the operation.
A new sensor can analyse sweat to monitor sugar levels.
EU rules should be changed to get adult cancer drugs tested on children too, experts say.
On James's fifteenth birthday, his father killed himself. It was football that stopped him doing the same.
Thousands of Irish women travel abroad for abortions or break the law by taking abortion pills.