BBC News - Health
Updated: 7 min 17 sec ago
Explaining how to stave off the norovirus, which is suspected of making some World Championships athletes ill.
People planning to travel abroad from the UK may not be able to get their jab in time, say experts.
A High Court judge has quashed an NHS decision not to fund the seven-year-old's medication.
The British Dental Association says the Welsh Government is reinvesting money taken from the service.
An incident that left an Australian boy covered in blood has been described as "very unusual".
More than 40% of trusts in England temporarily shut wards, with staff and bed shortages often cited.
Women are hiding chemotherapy from family, experts warn, while others are seeking treatment too late.
The senior family court judge previously said society should be "ashamed" for not protecting the teenager.
UK health officials say the numbers in circulation are "very small" and the risk to the public is "very low".
A charity is calling for eligible women to be offered three full treatment cycles, as recommended in guidelines.
The ex-prime minister, who has spoken about his battle to give up nicotine, is snapped with a cigarette at a festival.
An Australian teen didn't feel a thing while wading but ended up in hospital with his legs bleeding.
How are the families we've been following for two years facing the future?
Elina Berglund Scherwitzl has created an app that offers women a "natural alternative" to the pill
The singer receives praise for posting a video showing off her bikini body "imperfections".
The children's commissioner says parents should do more to stop young people bingeing on the internet.