BBC News - Health
Updated: 8 min ago
Doctors say black and Asian patients are needlessly dying while waiting for organ transplants because of a shortage of ethnic minority donors.
Meeting the patients of a MSF-run hospital in Jordan.
Jeanette Charity was found dead by paramedics having suffered a heart attack, an inquest hears.
A woman who later died should have had her 999 call classed as more urgent, an inquest hears.
Trials will take place in London where 3.5 million patients will be able to have video consultations via smartphone.
Rates of the disease rose 63% in five years, led by infections in young heterosexual city dwellers.
New regulations allowing women from Northern Ireland to access abortion services come into force.
Police warn of a "worrying upward trend" and call for social networks to remove images faster.
England's children's commissioner says the system must help children recover from traumatic upbringings.
Paul Mayhew-Archer wanted to try stand-up comedy before his condition deteriorated.
Beverley Thahane speaks out as new research shows at least 50 children a year in the UK get rickets.
Amelia who suffers with depression paints on herself as a replacement for self-harm.
One in 10 consultant roles is currently unfilled in England, says the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
It's 40 years since the first IVF baby was conceived.
Four directors got pay rises at a mental health trust dubbed "the undisputed worst" in the country.
Jessica Allen became pregnant with her own child while she was carrying another baby as a surrogate.
The decision was made after victims and families expressed strong views.
A chemical in the brain's "memory" region can allow people to suppress negative thoughts.
An 82-year-old woman fell ill after diet information, claim her family.
Some British children wait more than two years to be diagnosed with the condition, a report says.