BBC News - Health
Updated: 11 min 40 sec ago
The woman in her 60s believes she has a "cyst" and thinks medics treating her are "impostors".
The number of deaths related to MRSA, C. diff and Staphylococcus aureus continue to fall.
NHS report reveals the survival gap of those diagnosed with cancer in Scotland's poorest areas.
Study finds no evidence a nutritional 'anti-Alzheimer's' drink being sold online in the UK can slow the disease.
Maternity services are relying on expensive overtime and agency staff to fill rotas in the UK, union leaders say.
The development of solar-powered suitcases is helping babies in Nepal and in other countries without reliable power in rural areas.
Make-up artist Beth's horror looks helped her cope with depression and battle unrealistic beauty standards.
A judge rules care can be stopped after relatives were divided over the 72-year-old's condition.
Vicky Anne Bloxham was sacked by University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
"Lives at risk" as some salons in Wales offer hair colour appointments for under-16s.
Ex-PM also opens up about his struggle to reach voters in the "touchy-feely" social media era.
Costs may triple by 2035 if no action is taken, warns the Stroke Association charity.
Experts are trying to raise awareness of the impact on animals.
A cancer charity said myths online leave patients "scared and at risk of bogus cures".
Parents struggling to cope with their violent autistic children say they are not being supported.
Meet the knitting group helping Kenyan women with breast cancer.
Figures show just 24 of 208 clinical commissioning groups offer three rounds of IVF treatment.
Heath chiefs have considered scrapping Vocare's contract to supply the service.
A minister says the idea of patients being discharged to people's spare rooms must be scrutinised.
Becky Morgans is campaigning to raise awareness of heart disease in young people.