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The risk of stillbirth is doubled if women go to sleep on their backs in the last trimester, a study finds.
Ninety MPs write to the PM, saying patients are being "failed" by strained NHS social care services.
Researchers found a lower risk of cardiovascular disease in owners of dogs, especially hunting breeds.
Gene-editing has been attempted on cells inside a patient, in a world first by doctors in California.
Many autistic children are struggling to cope in schools and are being removed, a charity warns.
Four-year-old Tia is hoping for pioneering treatment for her fragile skin condition.
Men who don't seek help for depression could have an impact on their children, a study suggests.
Two new treatments can slow cancer down and delay the need for chemotherapy, research shows.
MPs urge the pharmacy to complete its roll-out of cheaper contraception across all of its stores.
Sam Kyme has motor neurone disease and wants her two sons to live with her sister in Australia.
Body dissatisfaction can start in children as young as six, warns the Youth Select Committee.
More patients and staff are being injured during incidents of restraint, according to new figures.
Scotland is set to be the first country in the world to establish a minimum price per unit of alcohol.
Regular "treating" and over-feeding is a common issue, according to a review of parents' opinions.
The use of a controversial hormonal pregnancy test between the 1950s and 1970s did not damage unborn children, a scientific review has found.
Stillbirth risk is higher if older pregnant women are left to go over their due date, a study suggests.
The "Small Talk Saves Lives" campaign aims to prevent suicides on the UK's rail network.
More than 680 people who use image and performance-enhancing drugs took part in the survey.
The schizophrenia tablets have an embedded sensor that tells doctors whether the patient has taken them.
Living with diabetes can lead to significant emotional problems, a survey finds.
One in three optometrists say they know of patients who drive with vision below the legal standard.
The mother of a teenager who took her own life said her daughter was let down by the system.
A former US surgeon general warns there is a growing "epidemic" of loneliness threatening our health.
Andy Cole climbed Ben Nevis every day for a month to help tackle his depression.
Air pollution levels were eight times the safe level and doctors wanted the half marathon postponed.
A study says grandparents tend to give high-sugar snacks as treats - so we tracked some down.
The game sees images projected on to a table that residents and children can interact with.
One army veteran suffering from PTSD says Forest Bathing is helping him sleep.
The island is one of the global hotspots most prone to the deadly disease.
Simon Dobbin was left with severe brain damage in an attack after a football match.
An average 11-day difference in recovery rates for burns may be explained by the body clock, a study says.
Trials suggest the trillions of micro-organisms living in us alter immunotherapy's effectiveness.
Over-reliance on and misuse of antibiotics has raised fears of a future without effective medicines.
Experts say job security and a fall in the value of the pound are behind the trend.
Why would anyone donate their eggs to help a stranger have a child? A donor gives her reasons.
A tale of abuse against ambulance workers prompts tales of gratitude and "heart-warming" encounters.
"Postnatal confinement" is said to be widespread among the UK's Chinese community.
As mental health problems increase, could virtual-reality programmes help with the demand for treatment?
One of acid attacker Arthur Collins's victims recalls agony and pandemonium on her birthday night out.
When Jennifer Brea got ME she began to interview fellow patients all over the world - from her bed.
The ineffective regulation of those practising talking therapies 'leaves patients at risk of harm'.
Girls are half as likely as boys to be physically active - and lack of confidence is to blame.
Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.
Patients facing long waits for treatment tell the BBC what it is like to be left in limbo.