BBC News - Health
Updated: 4 hours 7 min ago
Some parts of Wales show the widest gap in the UK between those happy with life - and those who are not.
Air pollution is in the news - but how bad is Britain’s air?
A 19-year-old student says her selfies show how depression affected her mind and her body.
WHO chief says air pollution is linked to 600,000 deaths in children under five.
Economic incentives have dangerously distorted the use of antibiotics in people and animals.
Individual users will face initial fines instead of criminal charges, the government says.
The surgeon carried out the first successful liver transplant in 1967 and helped normalise the surgery.
Newborn babies are dying and being left with disabilities because of Group B Strep infection
David Shukman examines the effect that air pollution has on our bodies.
Tens of thousands of people have demonstrated in London against what they call "yet more austerity".
Nurses, a teacher and an 'old' writer tell the BBC why they made the trip to London's Parliament Square.
Hospital attendances for sleep disorders in under-14s triple in 10 years.
And she's not alone. The parents of one restless child put a new bedtime routine to the test.
The Alchemist serves a dish that encourages people to sign up to donate their organs.
Doctors say six-month-old Charlie should be allowed to die with dignity, as a court battle begins.
Student Hannah Ellis has an extreme fear of vomiting. But how common is emetophobia?
Two firms are accused of pushing up the price of a 'lifesaving' NHS drug by agreeing not to compete.
Scientists have created a functioning mouse embryo in the lab
The Care Quality Commission warns people to be careful when buying medications on the internet.
Stem cells have been used to create a structure closely resembling a natural mouse embryo.