BBC News - Health
Updated: 1 hour 39 min ago
The reason why some sounds can be unbearable is revealed by scientists.
Johnny Islam took part in a pioneering scheme where his TB medicine was supervised via a smartphone.
Kiruna Stamell, a dwarf, explains her problem with gene editing.
Misophonia patients have brains hardwired to produce excessive emotional responses, scans show.
Time outdoors helps sleep but scientists say you could benefit at home by using more natural light.
Children under five often mistake the tablets for coloured sweets, but they can cause chemical burns.
From cuddle cots to memory boxes, the experts tell us how they can help with the death of a baby
Eight people with mental health problems share stories of break-ups, failed friendships and lost jobs.
Mark Goodier survived thanks to quick thinking, but not everyone is so lucky, health officials warn.
Hundreds of children died due to eating the fruit on an empty stomach, research says.
Helga Macfarlane says she is "horrified" to think that she was unknowingly living with a faulty gene that puts her at high risk of coronary heart disease or sudden death.
Doctors treating children whose mothers were infected with Zika say microcephaly is not the only problem.
Hip replacement surgery waiting times at a Denbighshire hospital are branded an "outrage" by an assembly member.
More needs to be done to stop people smoking at hospitals and promote healthy living, BMA Cymru says.
MPs say the system for recovering costs from overseas patients treated by the NHS is "chaotic".
A charity estimates 620,000 people in the UK carry a faulty gene that affects the heart.
Patients with no control over their body answer questions as a computer interprets brain signals.
New research could mean locked-in patients can now communicate.
Bangladeshi Sahana Khatun, 10, developed the first bark-like warts on her face four months ago.
Mums share the difficulties of needing to pump milk on the road