Harry Richford was born in an operating theatre "full of panicking people", an inquest is told.
So far tests on 14 people in the UK have shown to be negative, the chief medical officer says.
A mental health trust claims it "got away with it again" over news coverage of a woman's death.
This can put strain on the heart and is particularly marked during a defeat, a study suggests.
Barbara Keeley reveals she had radiotherapy for breast cancer four months before the general election.
Expert teams of nurses, physios and care staff to keep people out of hospital to be piloted.
At least seven babies have died since 2016 at one of the largest hospital groups in England, the BBC finds.
There are more than 500 confirmed cases of the deadly virus, with more nations reporting infections.
Acute stress damages stem cells that control hair and skin colour, a study suggests.
More than 100 NI women died from potentially "preventable" cervical cancer between 2013 and 2017.
A lack of rest leaves youngsters unable to focus at school, a World Health Organization study says.
An unpublished report on a hospital for vulnerable adults could have prevented abuse, a review finds.
One in 10 dementia patients spends over a month in hospital after being admitted as an emergency.
Almost two decades after Sars, a new mystery virus puts China back in the global spotlight.
Surgical masks have been used to prevent illness in China for decades.
Over half of Britons gambled in the past year, so why does it become a problem for some?
People with eating disorders may use veganism as a "socially acceptable" restrictive diet, a charity warns.
Are packages bought from Wuhan safe? And is there a reason such viruses are emerging more from China?
Amber Coster's physical symptoms baffled doctors - until a psychiatrist examined her way of working.
Postpartum psychosis prompted new mother Laura to try to crash her car into a wall at speed.
Only around 5% of the population suffer from a smell disorder, but it doesn't just affect your nose.
Hundreds of people people have been infected with a newly-discovered virus.
Concerns are growing that the recently-detected coronavirus may spread. Dr Rosalind Eggo explains how that can happen.
Study finds football fans can experience 'dangerous' levels of stress that could put them at risk of a heart attack.
The Western Pacific regional director says the country now has “stronger capacity” to deal with infectious outbreaks.
British passenger describes the journey from the virus-hit Chinese city of Wuhan after the spread of coronavirus.
The BBC's online health editor explains what we know about the coronavirus.