BBC News - Health
Updated: 5 hours 17 min ago
A man has told BBC 5 live that his porn addiction resulted in him suffering from erectile dysfunction.
As more women are treated for drink problems, one mother tells how her evening glass of wine turned into full-blown alcoholism.
Union leader Mark Serwotka, who needs a heart transplant after contracting a virus, talks about facing up to his own mortality.
There is one GP surgery in Huddersfield that specialises in treating some of the town's most complex patients
A new online calculator can show couples undergoing IVF what their chances of having a baby are.
Frail old people in England are being left to fend for themselves because government-funded care is being scaled back, a review suggests.
The world's largest dementia research project suggests ability to navigate declines as we age.
A man with HIV who says he had ritual sex with 104 women and girls faces up to five years in jail, if convicted. But some ask why the children's parents are not in the dock too.
The world's largest dementia research experiment, which takes the form of a video game, has indicated the ability to navigate declines throughout life.
New research indicates that for brain connections to be properly formed in babies' brains, they need to feel safe, secure and loved.
Union boss Mark Serwotka on urgent transplant list after a virus he caught while walking his dog led to heart failure
The creation of new nursing assistant posts should be scrapped and money invested in "real nurses", experts say.
Black women in England are more likely to be diagnosed with advanced breast cancer than white women.
An Australian woman with a rare condition gives birth to twins conceived 10 days apart.
At least one in every four women invited for cervical cancer screening in England last year failed to attend, latest figures show.
A surgeon who was jailed over patient's death at private hospital in north-west London wins an appeal against his conviction.
Patients with prostate cancer speak to the BBC about living with the disease.
None of Northern Ireland's health trusts is meeting their waiting time target for people with mental health problems like anxiety and depression.
Wales needs a "relentless drive" towards earlier cancer diagnosis as the government publishes its revised cancer plan.
Cash to boost child mental health care is not making it to front-line services, says a report.