BBC News - Health
A little bone scientists thought was being lost to evolution seems to be making a comeback, say experts.
Holly Eastall says she felt suicidal after being falsely accused of abuse following her baby's death.
More than 2,200 people with learning disabilities are still being treated in hospitals, figures show.
The owner offers a place for mums to feed their babies as her sister felt "uncomfortable" doing it in public.
A child known as Baby A became the subject of a high court case that has prompted Kenya to start changing its approach to intersex children.
All eight infants now have fully functioning immune systems after undergoing treatment, say experts.
A mental health crisis team is criticised after a patient killed his wife before taking his own life.
Amy El-Keria was a patient at Ticehurst House Psychiatric Hospital, which has been fined £300,000 over her death.
When Louise Moorhouse took part in a drug trial she was able to eat normally for the first time in her life.
Radar technology and tiny brain-monitors are just some of the devices being tested by a new research centre.
A scan at 36 weeks could help spot tricky breech deliveries, when a baby's bottom or feet will emerge first.
Spinning bedridden patients and astronauts on a centrifuge could maintain muscle strength, scientists say.
Police officers say they are "overwhelmed" by calls to mental health patients and need round-the-clock help from medical staff.
Move follows announcement of funding for free tampons and towels in secondary schools and colleges in England.
Mandy Murray's husband Graham gave his kidney to someone in Belfast so his wife got a transplant in return.
There is a growing trend for intravenous "vitamin" drips - but what are the risks? And do they even work?
Ellie Finch Hulme is a translator and a busy mum of two children. And she also has a disease associated with people decades older.
Research shows that being active improves children's mental well-being and academic achievement. It can also be particularly valuable in terms of developing confidence and social skills. Dr Anthony Maher of Edge Hill University explains the benefits for children with SEND.