• By BBC   -   Sep 26, 2018

    MEDITERRANEAN DIET 'MAY HELP PREVENT DEPRESSION'

    An expert urges more research to confirm a possible link between fruit, veg, nuts and grains and mood.

    Diet, Depression
  • By BBC   -   Sep 26, 2018

    HERNIA MESH COMPLICATIONS 'AFFECT MORE THAN 100,000'

    Jen Coles had to use a cane to walk following her mesh implant, which left her in chronic pain.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    'SPINAL IMPLANT HELPED ME WALK AGAIN'

    Kelly Thomas learned to walk again after doctors attached an electrical patch to her spinal cord.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    IS BEING VEGAN BETTER FOR THE ENVIRONMENT?

    An increasing number of people are choosing the plant-based diet.

    Diet
  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    STALLED ROYAL LIVERPOOL HOSPITAL PFI DEAL COULD BE DITCHED

    Work on the Royal Liverpool Hospital stopped following the collapse of construction giant Carillion.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    KING'S LYNN QE HOSPITAL MAY SUSPEND SOME SURGERY

    The hospital was placed in special measures by inspectors who said patients were discharged too soon.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    EPIPEN SHORTAGE 'WORRYING' FOR PEOPLE WITH ALLERGIES

    Limited supplies have meant long waits for some people to get the potentially life-saving drug.

    Drugs, Allergies
  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    LIFE EXPECTANCY PROGRESS IN UK 'STOPS FOR FIRST TIME'

    Improvements have ground to a halt for the first time since records began in 1982, ONS data shows.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    GENE EDITING WIPES OUT MOSQUITOES IN THE LAB

    Researchers have used gene editing to completely eliminate populations of mosquitoes in the lab.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 25, 2018

    WALES TOPS ENGLAND ON NHS DOCTORS' AND DENTISTS' PAY DEAL

    The backdated increases put in place all the recommendations made by an independent pay review panel.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    ELECTRICAL IMPLANT HELPS PARALYSED PEOPLE TO WALK AGAIN

    Three paralysed patients are able to walk after an electrical patch is fitted to their spinal cords.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    NEW CANCER MACHINE TREATS FIRST PATIENT IN UK

    A pioneering new machine allows doctors to see tumours as they administer radiotherapy to them.

    Cancer
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    LIFE AS A YOUNG DEMENTIA CARER

    Krastan Antonov, 24, wants to remain working as a carer despite better paid jobs being available.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    HOW TO HELP A FRIEND WHO'S STRUGGLING WITH MENTAL HEALTH

    Mental health nurse Laura Nuttall says encouraging them to see a GP is a "great stepping stone".

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    DENTISTS CALL FOR PUDDING AND SWEET SOFT DRINKS BAN IN SCHOOLS

    Dentists are asking the Scottish government for a "bolder approach" on healthy food choices in schools.

    Food
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    LAXATIVE SALES MAY BE RESTRICTED UNDER GOVERNMENT REVIEW

    The government is considering action amid fears they are being abused by people with eating disorders.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    CARE JOB VACANCIES IN ENGLAND RISE TO 110,000

    The government will launch an adult social care recruitment campaign to promote care careers.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    MENTAL HEALTH: FIVE HOUR JOURNEY FOR ANOREXIA HELP

    One teenage girl has to travel five hours to London to get treatment for anorexia due to a lack of Welsh services.

    Anorexia
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    WOMEN HARASSED AFTER SEEKING SPERM DONORS ONLINE

    One woman says a potential donor turned out to be married and had undergone a vasectomy.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2018

    OBESITY 'TO BE LINKED TO MORE FEMALE CANCERS' THAN SMOKING

    Cancer Research UK predicts excess weight will be linked to more cancers in women than tobacco in 25 years.

    Tobacco, Obesity, Cancer