• By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    MAN FROM WINDSOR TO HAVE 'RECORD-BREAKING' KIDNEYS REMOVED

    Warren Higgs says doctors believe he might have the heaviest kidneys in the world.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    CHRISTIAN ERIKSEN: DEFIBRILLATOR SALES SOAR AFTER DENMARK FOOTBALLER'S COLLAPSE

    The device - which gives a high-energy electric shock to the heart - helped save the player's life.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    UK COVID INFECTIONS RISE AS DELTA VARIANT DOMINATES

    There is some regional variation in infection rates and some good news on vaccine efficacy.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    PAUL LAMB: ASSISTED SUICIDE CAMPAIGNER DIES AGED 65

    Paul Lamb leaves a "fierce legacy" of fighting for patients and the right to die, supporters say.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: ALL ADULTS ABLE TO BOOK CORONAVIRUS VACCINATION IN ENGLAND

    Everyone aged 18 and over in the country can now make an appointment for their first vaccination.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: DISRUPTION TO SURGERY 'WILL AFFECT MILLIONS'

    There were 1.5 million fewer procedures in 2020 than expected, a study in England and Wales suggests.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    BEREAVED DAD MARK KING DEMONSTRATES HOW TO USE A DEFIBRILLATOR

    Mark King's 12-year-old son died after suffering a sudden cardiac arrest.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    WHY DOES MY HAY FEVER SEEM SO BAD THIS YEAR?

    Some people are saying their symptoms are worse than ever - but can that be the case?

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: NHS WALES UNDER 'SUBSTANTIAL PRESSURE' AMID BACKLOG

    Monthly waiting times are due to be published amid a growing backlog of patients.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    CARDIAC ARREST SURVIVAL CHANCES ARE IMPROVED BY STUDY

    The study could lead to changes in how life-saving treatment is administered in hospital.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    UK AID CUTS RISK MILLIONS OF LIVES, WARNS WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

    Move leaves millions of the world's poorest at risk from “neglected tropical diseases”, says agency.

    AIDS
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    LIVING WITH OBESITY: 'MY GENES MEAN I'M HARD-WIRED TO STORE FAT'

    Specialist health professionals say obesity should be regarded as a complex illness, and people with the condition shouldn't be blamed...

    Obesity, Regard
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: EPIDEMIC GROWING ACROSS ENGLAND, SAYS STUDY

    The rollout of jabs to younger people is key to reducing further spread, researchers say.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    ‘I GOT PTSD AFTER WITNESSING MY DAUGHTER'S BIRTH'

    After the distressing birth of his daughter, Elliott Rae struggled with post traumatic stress disorder.

    Stress
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    BOY, 9, WRITES PLEA TO PM FOR EPILEPTIC BROTHER'S CANNABIS TREATMENT

    Thomas Braun's younger brother has up to 100 epileptic seizures a day.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: DEAF CAMPAIGNER TAKES LEGAL ACTION OVER NO 10 BRIEFINGS

    The government is accused of breaching the Equality Act by failing to provide sign language interpreters.

  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    COVID: CHILDREN AGED 12-17 UNLIKELY TO BE OFFERED VACCINE IN UK

    Some groups of children may be vaccinated - but not all, the UK's vaccine experts are expected to say.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    EX-ENGLAND CAPTAIN REUNITES WITH DAD WITH PARKINSON'S

    The year Mike Tindall won the Rugby World Cup was the same year his father received his diagnosis.

    Parkinson
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    ANOTHER LIFE-SAVING COVID TREATMENT FOUND

    Monoclonal antibody therapy, given by drip, can save some of the sickest hospital patients.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Jun 18, 2021

    WHAT ARE THE DELTA VARIANT SYMPTOMS?

    The Delta variant of Covid-19, first identified in India, has changed how the virus is spreading.