Charlie Gard parents lose European court appeal
The European Court rejects a plea from the parents of Charlie Gard to intervene in his case.
Abortion should not be crime, says doctors' union
The British Medical Association has supported removing abortion from criminal law.
Suntans on children 'are not healthy'
A suntan is a sign of skin damage, not glowing health, NHS England and the Met Office remind parents.
Tick saliva 'gold mine' blocks killer heart condition
Oxford scientists are excited by the prospect of making a drug from a bug.
Over 1,700 patients at risk in 'colossal' NHS mail blunder
Cancer test results, child protection notes and medication advice were among notes left to pile up in a warehouse.
Middle-aged workers 'spend more time sitting than pensioners'
Researchers find 45 to 54-year-olds spend on average 7.8 hours per weekday sitting down.
Canada nurse Elizabeth Wettlaufer jailed for life for murders
A former Ontario nurse is sentenced to life in prison for killing eight elderly people in her care.
BMA chief: NHS is 'running on fumes'
One of Britain's most senior doctors claims ministers are "picking the pockets" of NHS staff.
NHS hernia mesh repairs 'leaving patients in chronic pain'
The mesh left one woman "screaming on all fours from the agonising pain".
'Pharma bro' Martin Shkreli fraud trial opens in New York
The former pharmaceutical chief denies operating a Ponzi-like scheme that cheated investors.
Yemen faces world's worst cholera outbreak - UN
There are an estimated 5,000 new cases of cholera in Yemen every day, with 200,000 people affected.
'Asthma is a killer - it took away my miracle daughter'
The mother of a 10-year-old asthma victim calls for the condition to be taken more seriously.
NHS hernia mesh felt like 'scratching from inside'
Surgeons have warned the repair technique is leaving many patients in chronic pain.
How Syrian refugees battle against cancer
Ammash, 4, has leukaemia and the funds for his treatment are running out.
What happens when you're sleep deprived?
A new study is looking at the impact of sleep on your brain power.
Midge Ure and Tony Hadley back Kenny Thomas daughter appeal
Stars including Midge Ure, Kim Wilde and Tony Hadley supported singer Kenny Thomas' appeal.
Meet the designer making clothes for diabetic women
Natalie Balmain has type 1 diabetes and says the clothes she has designed will help women manage the condition.
Kid, 4, steals show during sickle cell Derbyshire chat
Gabriel, 4, gets distracted on set during a Victoria Derbyshire discussion on sickle cell disease.
Pioneering proton beam therapy for 10-year-old girl
Amelia Brome from Lancashire was diagnosed with cancer in January 2017.
'You never think your baby is going to die'
Kym Field's son died hours after birth due to a failure by medical staff to monitor his heart rate.
Magnets used to control flickering eyes
A case study has shown how magnetic implants in the eye can successfully control the movement of the eye.
Older fathers have 'geekier sons'
They are more focused, intelligent and less bothered about fitting in, say scientists.
Will free hospital parking cost £162m?
Labour says it will make car parking free at NHS hospitals at a cost of £162m.
Reality Check: How much will Labour's NHS plans cost?
Reality Check looks at how much aspects of Labour's NHS proposals could cost.
'I crowdfunded my wheelchair'
Hannah Barham-Brown feared her dreams of becoming a medic would be over after the NHS offered her an impractical wheelchair.
BBC1's Doctor in the House Rangan Chatterjee helps single mum La-Vern improve her lifestyle so she can avoid developing type 2 diabetes.
Scientists at Oxford University begin a trial to pinpoint early tell-tale signs of dementia.
Why NHS can't pay for all Glendon's drugs
Glendon has a brain tumour - there are drugs that might extend his life but he must pay for them.
10 miscarriages, still trying
Jen Bickel has endured several rounds of IVF and two ectopic pregnancies but she has not yet given up hope of having a baby.
Wait for justice
Private patients expect the best treatment, but what happens if things go wrong?
Tunisian women are expected to be virgins when they marry, leading some to have hymen surgery.
Out of control
Yemen cholera epidemic: 'I have never seen such suffering'