BBC News - Health
Updated: 2 hours 16 min ago
How pioneering gene therapy has given a haemophilia patient a new lease of life.
If your wine was served in a smaller glass, would you drink less of it?
Doctors use gene therapy to correct the defect that causes haemophilia A.
Simon Bramhall admits marking his initials on the livers of two transplant patients.
From weight worries to smoking and drinking, the annual Health Survey for England provides a revealing insight into lifestyles.
Sex vlogger Hannah Witton asks why there isn't more safe sex on TV and whether it matters.
The blood cancer specialist used a spy pen to take pictures of his victims and was jailed for 22 years.
England's chief nurse urges people to look out for family, friends and neighbours to help save lives.
Natalie Toper tells her story of why she wears a stoma and how it has affected her daily life.
We took to the streets of London to find out if you think 'man flu' is a real illness.
The new tobacco products are safer than cigarettes but not risk-free, say UK experts.
A study suggests that offering shopping vouchers can increase breastfeeding among new mothers.
The UN's drugs agency warns smuggling of the opioid tramadol, used by Boko Haram, must be stopped.
He said it was "utterly devastating" to discover that he could not join an airline's training scheme.
There have been 21 attacks on ambulance staff in the Western Trust area in 2017.
Tracey Balantine is accused of mistreating three patients with mental health problems in County Antrim.
When Alex Ritson's blood sugar dropped, he was glad his team at the BBC World Service knew what to do.
Kevin O'Neill is one of 15 people in the world with malignant myopericytoma - and he wants to trace the others.
Charlie Evans became depressed after his adapted car was taken away following benefit changes.
There are concerns the Pig family's inappropriate doctor calls encourage people to behave similarly.