Two people developed cancer after organ donations from a woman who had the undetected disease.
Extreme dieting is leading to cases of Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport among men and women.
Almost 9,000 fax machines are currently used by the NHS in England - but that is set to change.
Vicky Phelan exposed a health scandal in Ireland after discovering her smear test for cervical cancer had been misread.
Angela Forker photographs babies with disabilities and terminal illnesses, placing them in fantasy scenes.
Doctors are searching for donors with a rare blood type to help two-year-old girl in Florida battle cancer.
Chieko Asakawa, blind since 14, develops groundbreaking technology for the visually impaired.
Experts say young people are finding anti-anxiety drugs online.
Jane Eagles has allowed cameras into her son's flat to show the devastation monkey dust can cause.
Girls do less exercise than boys and children from poorer families are least active, Sport England says.
Billie Marten says having seasonal affective disorder (SAD) inspired her song Blue Sea, Red Sea.
A review says mental health laws are outdated, sectioning is being misused, and patients need new rights.
About one in 10 young people often feel lonely, with fears that loneliness will be seen as "failing".
Fr Patrick Lagan says he knew from a young age that he wanted to become a priest despite his stammer.
Biohackers want to make their bodies and brains function better by "hacking" their biology.
Svetlana Alekseeva was badly burned in a fire - now she's showing off her scars to inspire others like her.
BBC Scotland meets the donors, the drivers and the babies benefitting at Scotland's only breast milk bank.
A woman in Brazil gives birth after surgeons implant a womb in her body from a dead donor.
Model Chrissy Teigen posts a picture of her son Miles wearing a helmet for his flat skull and other mothers share their own in solidarity.
Annual health survey in England shows nearly 9 in 10 have at least one unhealthy trait such as smoking or drinking.
The work will help identify the latest types of flu and ensure new vaccines can fight off the virus.
The talks about a potential investment come after Canada legalised recreational cannabis this year.
Canada has become a hot destination for parents-to-be looking for 'altruistic surrogates' - women who give birth to babies they are not genetically related to and only charge expenses.
GP Helen Webberley continued to treat transgender patients online after being told to stop.
Patients tell us their concerns about the possible loss of their "low-priority" NHS prescriptions.
Partners of new and expectant mothers will be offered support with postnatal depression by NHS England.
Bacteria in the nose could be the answer to battling the common cold, research suggests.
How a family spent thousands of pounds on care after being let down by the system.
Colin McIntyre went to France to avoid waiting for his new hip and to his surprise the NHS paid him back.
Behind each statistic on NHS lists is a person living with the pain and anxiety of waiting.
Namibia's data-driven approach to HIV has helped it become successful in tackling its spread.
The ineffectiveness of the flu vaccine in older people and cold weather were likely factors in 2017-18.
More than 400 people have been hit in eastern DR Congo, where rebel attacks have hampered operations.
An innovation surge and the lifting of health taboos is giving rise to an industry worth billions.
There were 110,000 measles related deaths last year, a worldwide report shows.
Rebekah Vardy's photo has prompted women to have smear tests, a cervical cancer charity has said.
He Jiankui shocked the world by claiming he had created the first genetically edited children.
A mother who took the hormonal pregnancy test still feels guilt for taking the tablets she believes harmed her child.
HIV diagnoses are falling in the UK as public health experts say prevention efforts are working.
Parents naturally worry if their child swallows a small object but this experiment means they can relax a little.