Vaginismus is a psychosexual disorder that can destroy people’s lives – so why does no one talk about it?
If used appropriately, they can be effective in reducing problem behaviour, a US study suggests.
Owen Carey said he had a dairy allergy but was not told his meal contained buttermilk, a coroner rules.
Charlotte Smith, two, choked on a piece of chicken at her nursery.
Fertility experts find that the left testicle is warmer, but only when a man has his clothes on.
The problem affects a quarter of women in the UK and many end up having surgery to treat it.
The mother of a baby who developed sepsis says people “don’t have hours to spare”.
More than 300,000 children are expected to receive the vaccine over the next three years.
Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past.
The video site’s algorithm promotes medical misinformation in a number of languages, the BBC finds.
Professor Justin Stebbing, a cancer expert at Imperial College London, debunks some of the unproven “cures” for cancer.
Campaigners say there is a desperate need for the NHS to invest in services to catch up with demand.
One survivor who struggled to access support says the service could help prevent further “psychological damage”.
Campaigners are calling for patients in other parts of the UK to be allowed to access the treatment.
The manufacturer of painkiller OxyContin stands accused of helping fuel a deadly US crisis.
Prof Karim Brohi describes holding a stabbed man’s heart in his hands amid rising knife crime in the capital.
Beth Hewitt, 35, had blood in her stools but said she was told she was too young to have bowel cancer.
The number of new cases of type 2 diabetes is stable, or even falling, a study suggests.
The NHS in England still owes £55bn in PFI repayments for new buildings, experts say.
The UK is the worst of seven high-income countries for key cancers including lung, colon and pancreas.