BBC News - Health
Updated: 2 hours 31 min ago
Southern Health admits breaching health and safety law over the death of patient Connor Sparrowhawk.
Kate Pierce died in 2013 seven years after a doctor misdiagnosed her meningitis as tonsillitis.
Thousands of people respond to a public consultation on proposals to change Manx abortion laws.
Golden retriever Storm will be trained to raise the alarm when the six-year-old has a potentially fatal reaction.
It doesn't mean you have a split personality or that you always become violent, a charity campaign says.
Researchers discover that there are seven types of most common malignant child brain cancer.
The Labour peer and former MP was diagnosed in May, her daughter-in-law announces.
One sufferer of the pregnancy illness describes how difficult it made her daily life.
Roger Bainton carried out dozens of unnecessary operations and "experimental procedures".
People at the highest risk should be offered weight loss and healthy eating programmes, advice says.
Placenta accreta affects one in every 6,000 pregnancies and can be life-threatening.
US scientists say their approach could have a "significant impact" around the world.
Fourteen unions write to the chancellor following the lifting of the pay cap for police and prison officers.
Up to 25 deaths dating back to 2000 at North Essex Partnership University Trust are being investigated.
An expert who has advised the English government joins calls to ban the mesh for some procedures.
The US singer says she had a kidney transplant this summer, which was linked to her lupus.
A lack of emotional closeness affects both men and women's desire for sex, a study suggests.
Lisa Upton had brain surgery to remove a tumour and was wide awake throughout the entire process.
Chester residents had higher syphilis rate than rural neighbours, says study of 18th Century infections.
One guest died and another recovered after contracting legionella bacteria identified at the hotel.