The mother of a 10-year-old asthma victim calls for the condition to be taken more seriously.
South America could be home to the next major threat to the world's health, researchers say.
A key part of reducing the number of Ebola deaths was ensuring safe burials, research says.
Among gay and bisexual men, new diagnoses have fallen for the first time in England.
Maddison Jackson died in 2013 at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital after delays.
More must be done to protect young people from cosmetic procedure industry, a report says.
The arrival of the machine means patients will no longer have to go abroad for proton beam therapy.
Team find evidence the immune system is attacking the brain in Parkinson's.
Queen's Speech promises reform of social care, but stops short of spelling out how.
Experts identify the actions needed by reviewing all recent baby deaths and injuries on UK maternity wards.
Nurses are calling for more pets and therapy-animals to help patients recover on wards.
Breast implants make it trickier to run tests that can help spot a possible heart attack, a cardiologist says.
They are more focused, intelligent and less bothered about fitting in, say scientists.
Human trials of a cholesterol-lowering jab are under way after successful studies in mice.
The European Court of Human Rights says baby Charlie must be kept alive until a final ruling.
A more balanced view of the benefits and potential side effects is being called for in a report.
After fighting eating disorders for 20 years, Sarah Fletcher says her baby has given her "something to live for".
The hottest day is likely to be on Wednesday, forecasters have warned.
Kelsey Whitehead duped her employer into giving her more than £14,000 for her terminal cancer.
Sleep apnoea is the most common disorder, which causes people to stop breathing during sleep.
Kellogg's Frosties and Coco Pops contain three and a half sugar cubes or more per 40g serving, Public Health Liverpool finds.
Home-delivered meals for the elderly are cooked by prisoners after a council scraps the service.
Doctors say they are treating patients with serious smoke inhalation damage rather than burns.
A statement calls for better support and a change in culture to break down the barriers that some women face.
It is packed with saturated fat which can raise "bad" cholesterol and pose a heart risk, say US experts.
Natalie Balmain has type 1 diabetes and says the clothes she has designed will help women manage the condition.
Gabriel, 4, gets distracted on set during a Victoria Derbyshire discussion on sickle cell disease.
Amelia Brome from Lancashire was diagnosed with cancer in January 2017.
Kym Field's son died hours after birth due to a failure by medical staff to monitor his heart rate.
Lucy, 19, overcame an eating disorder and now helps others with the condition.
Nigel Ackland lost his arm in a factory accident in the UK, but now has one of the most sophisticated prosthetics in the world.
A heatwave is on its way and there's more to it than ice lollies, paddling pools and parasols.
Christine Beynon came out as female in her mid-60s.
The Trade Union body says it's time workplace rules were relaxed and most workers agree.
Researchers looked at patients with the condition thought to be triggered by emotional stress.
Labour says it will make car parking free at NHS hospitals at a cost of £162m.
Reality Check looks at how much aspects of Labour's NHS proposals could cost.
Fifteen years ago there was no such thing as palliative care - care for the dying - in Mongolia. Now there is, thanks to Odontuya Davaasuren.
Amelia Martyn-Hemphill meets the man behind Thailand's safe sex revolution
Rochdale midfielder Joe Thompson and wife Chantelle speak to BBC Sport about his second battle with cancer.
Dr Alejandro Hernández Cárdenas has developed a new technique to help identify corpses.
A blind man in Scotland has qualified as a self-defence instructor, and is teaching other blind people how to protect themselves
TV presenter Nadia Sawalha posted a video online "confessing" she was losing her hair.
A Canadian doctor says one short letter managed to convince doctors that opioids were safe.
Dr Rangan Chatterjee, from Doctor in the House, on the options available to people living with back pain.
Research on the role of the immune system in depression.