Government advisers publish new guidance – the first in more than 20 years – on healthy feeding for babies.
This may explain the sharp fall in teen pregnancies, the British Pregnancy Advisory Service says.
The evidence around omega-3 supplements is flimsy at best, say experts.
A woman who went through the menopause at 29 says she “missed out” on treatment options.
Jonathan Jarry’s video about a fake cancer-curing moss has been viewed over nine million times.
Study of retired players hopes to provide a definitive answer on the risks of repeatedly heading the ball.
Some hernia patients have to show they have a serious complication to get surgery, doctors say.
Consumer group Which? is concerned the popular children’s products are not being properly vetted.
An independent inquiry gives go-ahead to genetically altering human embryos, but advises caution.
Three women describe living with the intense pain and heavy periods caused by adenomyosis.
Researchers find bowel cancer screening can indicate whether people are at risk of other problems.
Blooms have flourished during the warm spell but they pose a health risk to humans and animals.
Horsefly bites are painful and can lead to a skin infection that may require antibiotics, say doctors.
Cherelle Farrugia, 25, breaks out in a painful rash every time she comes into contact with water.
Dr Andrew Bastawrous has invented an app that has been shown in clinical trials to help more children see clearly.
It is the first time a long-term license for the use of the drug is granted in the UK under the new panel system.
The charity argued it would be forced out of business by a £400m bill for the past six years.
It is the largest payout over allegations that Johnson & Johnson’s talc-based products cause cancer.
Beth Baldwin campaigned for change after her son Peter died from Type 1 diabetes complications aged 13.
Naomi Lea was 15 when she needed help to cope with panic attacks and self harm but there was a long wait.