Public Health England says there has been a rise in cases of acute flaccid paralysis.
Average salt reduction targets set for these foods have not been met, a Public Health England report finds.
Swiss prosecutors have launched an investigation into a failed spinal implant approved by UK regulators.
Vital medicines are flown to a remote Vanuatu village in what will now become a regular service.
Men and women put on a different voice if they are trying to pull someone, a study suggests.
Removing the temptation stops unhealthy impulse buying, a large UK study suggests.
Products for conditions such as eczema can leave people at risk of setting themselves ablaze, experts warn.
Gemma Winstanley's nipple tattoos for mastectomy patients were deemed "sexual content" by Facebook.
A study monitored the brain activity of babies when they had a blood test while being stroked.
NHS Fife is the first health board in Scotland to perform hip replacements as day surgery for suitable patients.
Researchers say the study is a "light in the fog" in the search for the causes of chronic fatigue syndrome.
Christmas parties are upon us, but how many parents think about how a hangover will affect their parenting?
Young people and their parents are being warned that ingesting the toxic substance can be fatal.
Discreet versions of e-cigarettes and different flavours may be some of the reasons behind the surge.
Patrick Maguire struck a patient three times in the face in retaliation for being being hit.
After 18 months of pain and embarrassment over botched lip filler, we follow Paige, 22, from Doncaster, as she gets hers dissolved.
Regulars have learned Makaton sign language to perform five-year-old Oliver Callis's favourite song.
Malachi Neat, 14, is given the chance to take on their assault course at their training base in Devon.
Tyson Fury speaks at Sports Personality of the Year about his recovery from mental health problems and his return to the boxing ring.
The mother of a 14-year-old boy who died while playing football says she is "in awe" of her son.
Beau Austin has now been given a bravery award for his quick thinking.
A mother from Norfolk has said how scared her family was when doctors said her son needed a halo brace
The terminally ill bride married her fiance after it was arranged for her in just 36 hours.
Northumbria Healthcare bosses say they want to stop norovirus rates reaching "critical numbers".
Jasmin Mistry convinced friends and family she was terminally ill, and they raised £250,000 for treatment.
The Department of Health is drawing up plans to protect NHS staff better from violence.
A rare condition robbed Dr Louise Lightfoot of her dream job but has given her a new purpose.
Peter explains how his breast cancer treatment affected him.
Victoria Snell, who has a prosthetic limb, has just run a 5k race. She explains why she chose to have her leg amputated.
A new BBC podcast, 1800 Seconds on Autism, aims to dispel that no-humour myth, among other assumptions, with razor-sharp wit.
Blogger Arooj Aftab explains why wearing oversized clothes is more than just a fashion statement for her.
Ruba and Saqib both carry a gene for I-cell disorder, which means their children have a one-in-four chance of dying in early childhood.
More than 80,000 young people in the UK could be living with undiagnosed heart conditions.
Last Christmas, mum-of-twins Meena looked the picture of health. Now she urgently needs to find a stem cell match.
Chieko Asakawa, blind since 14, develops groundbreaking technology for the visually impaired.
YouTube star Hannah Witton grills two people with stomas on life, love and popping undigested peas after having her colon removed.
Meet the biohackers - the people who want to make their bodies and brains function better by "hacking" their biology.
Svetlana Alekseeva was badly burned in a fire - now she's showing off her scars to inspire others like her.
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