BBC News - Health
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Every school in England will get cash to invest in mental health facilities and physical exercise.
There were 23,000 allegations of abuse by care workers in people's homes between 2013 and 2016.
There is no screening programme for the disease, so patients say it would be of "enormous benefit".
Top of the list to find new, effective antibiotic treatments are bacteria that poison the blood.
Footballers may have to sign disclaimers to prevent them suing over brain injuries in the future, a former head of the SFA predicts.
The material, mistakenly stored in a warehouse over five years, included cancer test results.
Ministers will meet with large technology companies, young people and mental health experts.
Staff at the only breast milk bank on the island of Ireland warn stock is running exceptionally low.
The Public Accounts Committee criticises Theresa May and the NHS for "bickering" over funding.
Five-year-old Ellie-May Clark, who was minutes late for an appointment, died of an asthma attack.
A quarter of all patients smoke and Public Health England wants to help them quit their habit.
Delays in treatment are forcing transgender patients to get help from private doctors.
Caroline Wyatt said the "brain fog began to lift" after she paid for treatment in Mexico.
GP prescriptions reveal patterns of the mental illness.
Around the UK different schemes are trying to deliver better affordable care to those who need it.
New advice says we need to eat 10 portions of fruit and veg but is this only a diet for the wealthy?
£41m plans to increase GP access are approved by the board running Greater Manchester's NHS budget.
US study explores "orgasm gap" between genders and different sexual orientations.
It may seem simple - we like chocolate because it tastes nice. But there's more to it than that - and it relates to a balance that is set right from the very beginning of our lives.
Restoring the pancreas through diet could be "immensely" beneficial, doctors say.