A former army interpreter, blinded by an explosion in Afghanistan, prepares for the London Marathon.
Initial testing of the vaccine, developed over 30 years, has shown a prevention rate of nearly 40%.
The medical team are able to extract huge amounts of information from tiny fragments of DNA.
Campaigners say children who wet the bed and have daytime accidents are "suffering in silence".
Globally, 169 million children were not given a first dose of measles vaccine between 2010 and 2017.
New World Health Organization guidelines say under twos should not have any sedentary screen time.
The technology could eventually help those who have lost their voice to speak again.
Children under two should not be given screens or TV to keep them quiet, new guidelines say.
Doctors say his work on a woman now "virtually unable to walk" is deeply flawed.
Kimberley Leech, 15, has appeared in the Italian edition of Vogue magazine.
Paul Lambert had three strokes in 15 months but is not letting it stop him from taking on new physical challenges.
The treatment, developed over 30 years, is the first to give partial protection to children, WHO says.
Distance runner Gina Paletta warns how "under-fuelling" during training left her on crutches.
An electrical stimulus can help revive mobility for people with the disease, scientists have discovered.
Leia was born profoundly deaf but pioneering surgery and therapy has enabled her to hear sounds.
Around 5,000 heart attacks and strokes a year could be prevented by personalising heart health checks.
More than 2,200 people with learning disabilities are still being treated in hospitals, figures show.
A doctor in Pembrokeshire tweets a brutally honest job advert in a bid to relieve "tired" GPs.
"Emma" says it is unfair that she faces a deadline to choose how to fertilise her frozen eggs.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.
The owner offers a place for mums to feed their babies as her sister felt "uncomfortable" doing it in public.
Amy El-Keria was a patient at Ticehurst House Psychiatric Hospital, which has been fined £300,000 over her death.
When Louise Moorhouse took part in a drug trial she was able to eat normally for the first time in her life.
Radar technology and tiny brain-monitors are just some of the devices being tested by a new research centre.
Eating even small amounts of red or processed meat increases the risk of bowel cancer, study finds.
Why did a young man kill himself two years after being circumcised?
A scan at 36 weeks could help spot tricky breech deliveries, when a baby's bottom or feet will emerge first.
Shaharun Nessa took up netball after suffering postnatal depression and now runs a group for women.
Spinning bedridden patients and astronauts on a centrifuge could maintain muscle strength, scientists say.
Eight-year-old McKenzie John, from Swansea, is due to undergo proton beam therapy next month.
People with epilepsy are being exposed to flashing images, some deliberately, says a charity.
Police officers say they are "overwhelmed" by calls to mental health patients and need round-the-clock help from medical staff.
US researchers have looked at the most common ones that we may fall for.
Move follows announcement of funding for free tampons and towels in secondary schools and colleges in England.
Mandy Murray's husband Graham gave his kidney to someone in Belfast so his wife got transplant in return.
Fresh research questions the merit of the cholesterol-lowering pills taken by millions of Britons.
The World Health Organization says the latest figures paint "an alarming picture".
Israeli scientists say they have created the world’s first 3D-printed heart using human tissue.
Two-week-old Elouise Simpson is home after "foetal repair" surgery following a spina bifida diagnosis.