BBC News - Health
Updated: 7 min 45 sec ago
The "Small Talk Saves Lives" campaign aims to prevent suicides on the UK's rail network.
The UK's highest court will say whether Scotland can finally implement minimum pricing for alcohol.
Stillbirth risk is higher if older pregnant women are left to go over their due date, a study suggests.
Why would anyone donate their eggs to help a stranger have a child? A donor gives her reasons.
Regular "treating" and over-feeding is a common issue, according to a review of parents' opinions.
The Swedish hi-tech firm at the forefront of using 3D printing to create human ears, noses and other body parts.
One army veteran suffering from PTSD says Forest Bathing is helping him sleep.
The family of a six-week-old baby born with "half a heart" make an urgent appeal for donors.
A tale of abuse against ambulance workers prompts tales of gratitude and "heart-warming" encounters.
Is it right for patients to be prevented from having certain types of treatment, unless they quit smoking or lose weight?
Researchers find a method to kill cancerous cells without destroying healthy cells.
The schizophrenia tablets have an embedded sensor that tells doctors whether the patient has taken them.
Emily Sullivan had open heart surgery three times before the age of seven.
One in three optometrists say they know of patients who drive with vision below the legal standard.
Living with diabetes can lead to significant emotional problems, a survey finds.
Researchers say the test will help doctors identify which patients arriving in hospital need more intensive treatment.
The mother of a teenager who took her own life said her daughter was let down by the system.
The island is one of the global hotspots most prone to the deadly disease.
One of acid attacker Arthur Collins's victims recalls agony and pandemonium on her birthday night out.
Thousands of out-of-hours GP shifts in the western area are going unfilled, the BBC has learnt.