Vaping is much less harmful than normal cigarettes and it shouldn't be treated the same way, MPs warn.
Moderate carbohydrate consumption is best for health and longevity, researchers say.
A mother who lost four babies in four years says she went through a "harrowing experience" trying to get help.
It is harder to judge the deceased's wishes if there is no free choice in the decision, a study claims.
It has been nine months since the actress had a total hysterectomy to remove her womb.
The New York medical school will fund all students, due to fears of graduates' "overwhelming" debt.
A cancer drug can unlock the liver's ability to regenerate, early stage research suggests.
Half of neonatal units lack equipment to check babies are breathing properly, a study suggests.
Researchers reveal how chemicals in some vegetables can prevent bowel cancer.
It comes after Superdrug said it would start offering the treatment in one of its stores.
Near-death experiences are caused by changes in how the brain operates, say researchers.
Rachel's daughter Brooke, eight, will have to wait until she is 18 to be tested for the condition.
A legal challenge against letting women take abortion pills at home in Scotland is thrown out.
Luis Walker, 8, wrote to Vertex Pharmaceuticals saying Orkambi would make him "feel much better".
In the first year of the programme 52,065 baby boxes were gifted to parents of newborns.
Infants in prams can be exposed to up to 60% more pollution than adults, a study suggests.
Professionals must take more responsibility and spend more time talking to families, a report says.
A large trial in Burkina Faso suggests listening to the radio could improve child health.
E-cigarette vapour disables important immune cells in the lung and boosts inflammation.
Adele has posted an Instagram message supporting her best friend who's recovering from postpartum psychosis.
A victims' group calls for support after a study highlights suicide attempts following terrorist incidents.
This will lower the starting age by 10 years in some areas and bring England in line with Scotland.
The women say the Essure implant may have caused wide-ranging problems, including chronic pain.
The new owner of the Monsanto group insists glyphosate use is safe despite a cancer payout.
Up to 30 patients living near the hospital could be treated at home in bid to ease winter pressures.
Scientists show innate ability is not the explanation for men navigating better than women.
How did British medical worker Janet Parker become the world's last victim of smallpox?
A&E attendances in England in July were at the highest level since records began in 2010.
When applied at home or by untrained nail technicians, reactions can occur, skin experts say.
Exercising three to five times a week helps improved wellbeing over a month, US research finds.
Amin Abdullah set himself on fire outside Kensington Palace after losing his "dream job".
Could cooler testicles make for better swimming sperm - and more of them?
Doctors say deaths are still rare but we need to open our eyes to the risk.
Beauticians are banned from joining a new register designed to make cosmetic fillers safer.
Newly discovered trick used by viruses makes them more dangerous.
The tests, which provide a result in 15 minutes, are going on sale in Superdrug stores across the UK.
The Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists warns about low success rates and high costs.
Stuart Askew helped save his son's life with a device which he had himself installed just two days previously.
Increases to life expectancy in the UK have stalled since 2011, data from the ONS reveals.
Changing the way that parents interact with their infants could help combat child obesity, a US study suggests.
Heart attack patients are more likely to survive if they are treated by a female doctor, a study suggests.
Bristol was the last place in England patients could get NHS homeopathy - it is also available in Glasgow.
A Panorama investigation reveals safety concerns relating to some websites selling prescription drugs.
The NSPCC says the statistics, which have doubled over 20 years, are "sadly unsurprising".
Dr Arvind Madan, NHS England's director of primary care, wrote remarks on a medical forum.
Drug policy campaigners say the government is responsible for "vulnerable people dying in droves".
Adults in England will be presumed to consent to donating their organs under "Max's Law".
The equalities watchdog says it will take legal action over discriminatory and "outdated" policies.
The actress voices an NHS recruitment ad after speaking out over health funding.
A report into the cardiac unit at a London hospital said the team was consumed by a "dark force".
Three out of four women develop thrush at least once and 6% suffer repeatedly, scientists say.
Staff shortages and overcrowding blamed for a rise of more than a third in two years in recorded deaths.
The changes are similar to those seen in the early stages of heart failure, experts say.
Police say two men were arrested after packages containing liquid were sent to a number of hospitals.
Scientists have successfully transplanted a bioengineered lung into a pig.
Rolling the scheme out across the UK would provide all babies with a safe space to sleep, midwives say.
Muckamore Abbey Hospital provides care to adults with intellectual disabilities and mental health issues.
Inside a steroid clinic in Newport, south Wales - the first of its kind in the UK.
Laceinne Cooper is raising her child on a plant-based diet. She explains how and why.
A writer's father opens up for the first time after she rewrote her show to encompass his mental health.
Carla and Selina admit they can get through 700 nappies a month.
Alcohol misuse is the "greatest healthcare problem facing Northern Ireland", a coroner has said.
Collin Smith has welcomed a move by his council to fine dog owners who do not pick up after their pets.
There's a debate in Sweden over their reliability after women reported unwanted pregnancies.
The sessions are run in a bid to help women boost their self-confidence as they fight against cancer.
The event has been organised by a co-director of venue Underbelly, whose six year old son was diagnosed with a tumour two years ago.
Researchers say that contacting people "out of your league", can be a successful online dating strategy.
The process, where the tongue is cut in half, can lead to blood loss and nerve damage, experts say.
More cases of the infection were diagnosed in England last year than at any point since WW2.
A BBC map helps you find out how many public toilets have been cut in your area.
Polly Kerr is one of a growing number of single women to have opted for IVF.
In January Aurelia Brouwers drank poison supplied by a doctor and lay down to die. She was 29.
Use of coils, implants and injections has nearly doubled in a decade, NHS figures show.
Shops continue to sell the illegal cream as Trading Standards struggle to regulate the sector.
The BBC's Katy Watson speaks to supporters and opponents of the abortion bill ahead of a key vote.
How taking part in a study for autistic children using Google glasses and an app helped one boy.
Alcohol abuse is bad for the brain - but could there be health benefits for moderate drinkers?
Four friends scuba-dived off the coast of Cyprus but their air tanks quickly ran out triggering a chain of catastrophic events.
Will you be able to use the European Health Insurance Card when the UK leaves the EU?
The BBC's Henri Astier explains how mindfulness helped him beat the curse of chronic pelvic pain.
For many women, pregnancy is a magical time. But what happens when it isn't what you expected?
Actress Ruth Madeley, who has spina bifida, considers the ground-breaking surgery that can help babies with the condition - while they're still in the womb.
There is a lack of psychological support for parents in neonatal units, a charity says.
Hundreds of lives may have been saved during the latest Ebola outbreak after one key development.