Two BBC presenters put Impossible Foods' meat-free burger to the taste test. How does it shape up?
Doctors' refusal to work overtime is the issue, its chief executive warns.
The trust running Wolverhampton's New Cross says lessons have been learned to better manage sepsis.
The "world's most relaxing song" could be just as good at calming patients' nerves, a study suggests.
Loddon head teacher Jim Adams writes to parents after three pupils contract the disease.
The app guides users through a urine test and allows the results to be analysed online by a pharmacist.
The figures, which are across the UK, are 'deeply worrying', say the Royal College of Psychiatrists.
The disease has killed more than 1,600 people in the African state of DR Congo.
Referrals to NHS gender identity clinics have more than tripled in the past five years.
A trust had found almost 15,000 patients may have been affected by a failure to pass on medical updates.
The former 1930s council house will support 420 families a year and has five bedrooms.
A new medical guide aims to improve the chances of saving children's lives, and limbs, in war zones.
Scientific review shows they are as leakproof as other sanitary products, say researchers.
Ideas from a mental health 'revolution' in Trieste in the 1970s are helping patients recover today.
Doctors treating Tafida Raqeeb in the UK have said it is in her best interests to be allowed to die.
New figures are expected to show a record number of people died as a result of drugs last year.
Dr Mohammad Khan was caught when prescribing menopause medication to a pregnant woman.
It is the first time Ebola has been diagnosed in Goma, a city of more than a million people.
Servicemen and women trying to overcome the effects of war are digging at the Battle of Waterloo site.
Research suggests up to a third of cases may be preventable with lifestyle changes.
The advice is expected to form part of a series of proposals aimed at improving public health.
Some Emerade pens have blocked needles so patients are advised to carry a spare one at all times.
Young Reporter Kacey shares her journey of living with alopecia since the age of six.
Babies with tongue-ties rarely need surgery to help them feed, a US study suggests.
A diet of bananas and peanuts boosted key gut microbes in Bangladeshi children, a study found.
A young girl has undergone surgery to have electrodes implanted deep into her brain.
More than 4 million people in England are waiting for routine treatment.
Olympic champion cyclist Elinor Barker tells BBC Sport Wales the pain caused by endometriosis almost forced her to quit the sport.
A study suggests a link for both fizzy pop and and fruit juices, although the reason is not clear.
Jayne Rae says terminal breast cancer is "not the end of the line", as she has "a lot to give".
The machines, which have been used by the NHS, were recently found to have a security vulnerability.
We’ve all been there, you get embarrassed, your cheeks become hot, you want the ground to swallow you up but what happens to your body when you blush and why do we do it?
At least 20% of the most common gulls carry the bacteria, which scientists fear can be passed on to humans.
Radio aids can help young children with hearing loss - but not everyone can access them.
The voice-assisted technology is going to provide health advice direct from the NHS Choices website.
A six year old who had an aggressive tumour in her eye has been fitted with a prosthetic in Jordan and is returning to home to Yemen.
How does blind dressage rider, Nicola Naylor, compete nationally and internationally in para and non-disabled events if she can't see?
Polly Tonkins was born with dislocated hips but a fitness programme has left her feeling better than ever.
Levi, 14, and Jamie, 11, are channelling their excess energy into boxing.
Excluded from mainstream school, these teenagers explain how boxing helps them channel their ADHD.