A survivor's story of living with the aftermath of Ebola
Japan acknowledges that a worker involved in clean-up work at Fukushima may have developed cancer as a result.
A group of MPs have recommended that the government should make mindfulness therapy more available to all.
The NHS is setting up a stem cell factory to help treat people with diabetes.
TV chef Jamie Oliver urges ministers to be "big and bold" by introducing a sugar tax on fizzy drinks.
The number of bullying claims by staff at Scotland's highest security psychiatric hospital is twice as high as previously reported, it emerges.
A UN document aimed at getting member states to decriminalise drugs has been withdrawn.
A Scottish nurse who contracted Ebola while working in West Africa is now in a "serious but stable" condition, according to the hospital where...
The first trial of a drug correcting the underlying defect that leads to Huntington's disease has started at University College London.
The BBC's Michelle Roberts explains what signs to look out for when checking moles for possible skin cancer.
Neonatal services, which provide care to sick or premature babies, are overstretched and understaffed, according to a report by the charity Bliss.
Having more than 11 moles on one arm could be an indication of a higher risk of skin cancer or melanoma, research suggests.