Flu vaccine delays for over-65s 'resolved by weekend'
Patients and GPs have been frustrated by shortages following the staggered supply of the vaccine.
NHS bosses look to overhaul cancer screening
The announcement comes the day after an "appalling" cervical-screening blunder hits more than 40,000 women.
YouTube stunts lead to rise in Swansea hospital burns victims
Surgeons issue a warning as more young people suffer injuries performing stunts for social media.
Diabetes glucose monitors 'available to thousands more'
The decision comes after patients in some areas of England were denied access to the device.
Thousands caught up in 'appalling' cervical screening blunder
More than 40,000 women have not received information after a failure to send out letters.
Pollution linked to 'stunted lung capacity' in London schoolchildren
Exposure to diesel fumes was linked to an approximate 5% reduction in lung capacity in London children.
'New mums need to be given better health education'
George Roach's wife Michelle died from a pulmonary embolism six weeks after giving birth.
'I avoid kissing as my peanut allergy could kill me'
Oli Weatherall has to go to extreme lengths to keep himself alive because of a severe peanut allergy
Shropshire baby deaths: Review cases rise to 215
More than 200 families seek answers about their maternity care amid a review into baby deaths.
Call for UK ban on 'grotesquely sugary' freakshakes
Action on Sugar surveyed milkshakes on sale in the UK - one contained 39 teaspoons of sugar.
Devon mother in fight with NHS for cystic fibrosis drug funding
Sarah Burgwin wants the NHS to pay for Orkambi to treat her six-year-old daughter's cystic fibrosis.
Fat-clogged cells explain why obesity can cause cancer
A type of cell the body uses to destroy cancer gets clogged by fat and stops working, findings suggest.
Briton dies from rabies after cat bite in Morocco
The individual was on holiday in Morocco, a country deemed high risk by public health officials.
Britain's first specialist wound hub to open
Terror attack victims and injured soldiers are to benefit from research at the Birmingham centre.
'Fake ambulance' pulled over by Swansea police
The estate car was covered in paintwork and logos that made it look like an operational ambulance.
Northern Ireland child post-mortem examinations to be done in England
From January 2019 post-mortem examinations on children from Northern Ireland will have to be carried out in Liverpool.
Dementia risk: Five-minute scan 'can predict cognitive decline'
Scientists hope the test may offer a new way to spot those at risk of dementia, before symptoms show.
'Disturbing' self-harm rates and violence at youth prisons
A reform charity says new figures "illustrate in graphic detail why prison is no place for a child".
Premature baby parents 'need extra maternity leave'
The mum of a premature baby explains why maternity leave is inadequate for parents like her.
Drug firms fear 'wasting' money for a Brexit no-deal outcome
Experts say millions of pounds is being spent in case of a no-deal instead of creating new medicines.
'I was in excruciating pain from excess iron'
Too much iron in the blood, or haemochromatosis, is a little-known, debilitating condition, often undiagnosed.
Rachael Bland's husband on how their son has reacted to his mum's death
BBC presenter Rachael Bland's husband reveals moving words of their son, Freddie, after her death.
Fighting heroin addiction: Bobby's story
Bobby was injecting heroin and crack cocaine up to six times a day. He's spoken to the BBC about what made him turn his life around.
A 12-year-old boy with Tourette's Syndrome finds animals stop his tics
Malachi Ralph from Cornwall says he feels calmer when he is around animals as his tics reduce.
Cancer treatment patients get beauty workshops
Beauticians are giving cancer patients free workshops to help with the side effects of treatment.
'I do my school work from my hospital bed'
Ashleigh tells us how she copes with kidney disease
Teenager Chloe Bellerby's 200 mile walk for mental health
Why one teenager walked from Leeds to London to raise awareness of mental health.
Spinal injury garden legacy of boy killed by bear
The mother of a boy killed by a polar bear, has created a garden inspired by his idea.
Motor neurone disease: Joe Hammond's birthday legacy for sons
Joe Hammond has motor neurone disease and is leaving a birthday legacy for his sons after he dies.
Rugby protective headgear 'cuts impact by almost half'
A new Dundee University study calls for mandatory protective headgear to prevent injuries in the sport.
Lynette Mchendry 'asked to sign cancer death warrant'
Lynette Mchendry is one of 100,000 NI claimants being reassessed for disability or illness benefits.
Where are the most violent workplaces?
The Department of Health is drawing up plans to protect NHS staff better from violence.
NHS funding: Is the boost worth £84bn or £20bn?
Both figures refer to the same thing, but they are based on different calculations.
Should we pay people for donating blood?
Worldwide sales of blood plasma are increasingly strongly, but is it ethically right that people should be paid to donate it?
The beautiful islands that could stop killer diseases
This living laboratory could hold the key to controlling malaria and other conditions.
'I feel really bad when I hurt my mum'
Families with autistic children say they struggle to get support to cope with violent outbursts.
Stillbirth: 'How I chose an outfit for my baby'
How do you go about dressing your baby for their final resting place when conventional clothes don't fit?
'I was told I'd die if I had a baby'
Babies are being born at the world's first clinic to help woman who have a baby after being heart attack survivors.
Should there be a tax on red meat?
It could save lives, experts say, but some people find being told what to eat too much to swallow.
What is it like to prevent a suicide?
Gillian Assor was walking her dog when she heard crying and what followed would change multiple lives.
'I call my OCD Olivia'
Catherine Benfield was diagnosed with OCD as a young mum. Creating a character who personifies her condition helped her recovery.
Architects: 'Beautiful' that Tom is still in our music after death
Brighton band Architects say their guitarist Tom, who died in 2016, is still part of their music.
Inside the hospital treating acid attack scars
The BBC has had unique access inside Europe's largest burns unit, to see how one survivor is recovering.
Does sex addiction really exist?
It's a year since movie mogul Harvey Weinstein checked himself into a sex addiction clinic - but does sex addiction really exist?
Veganism: Does it affect your social life?
Adrian Chiles says people don't ask him out for dinner any more - other vegans have their say.
How antibiotic resistance could take us back to the 'dark ages'
There are major concerns that the overuse of the drugs might lead to them becoming ineffective.
Reality Check: How healthy is your commute?
What forms of transport in urban environments expose you to the highest amounts of pollutants?
'Video games made me a better surgeon'
Rather than impede learning, gaming can improve your manual dexterity and concentration skills, one surgeon says.
'I never knew men could get breast cancer'
Moses Musonga, a 67-year-old Kenyan, got a shock when he was diagnosed with the disease.
Doctors gave me a new penis - I want to find love
Anick - who was born intersex - had a series of operations to give him a fully-functioning penis. The BBC followed his progress.
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