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Minimum pricing of alcohol in England would improve the health of the heaviest drinkers, health experts say.
Sir Elton John says, with improved testing, the end of HIV "is in sight" in Western countries.
The brain disorder Parkinson's disease may actually start with bacteria living in the gut, according to scientists.
Local authorities should redesign speed bumps in a bid to reduce air pollution, health experts say.
The Elton John Aids Foundation offers to finance HIV tests in the London borough of Lambeth.
Junior doctors' workloads mean they miss out on vital training, the General Medical Council says.
A new organ donation law, brought in a year ago in Wales, is saving lives, say ministers.
It is time to start making babies from three people, scientists advising the fertility regulator say.
The first likely case of sexual transmission of Zika virus in the UK is reported by the authorities.
Three tobacco companies lose their appeal against the government's plain cigarette packaging rules.
A man who donated sperm to two women is not liable for child support, a US court rules.
Large clinical trial for a vaccine to protect against HIV transmission is underway in South Africa.
Aspiring nurses can soon enrol on a new on-the-job apprenticeship role, the government says.
Sleep-deprived workers are costing the UK economy £40bn a year and face a higher risk of death, says a new study.
Philip Morris is launching a new cigarette in the UK which it says could see it stop selling conventional cigarettes altogether.
There should be more safety measures in place at trampoline parks, a group of organisations say.
Women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy if they conceive sooner after a miscarriage rather than waiting, researchers say.
Hundreds of thousands of healthy women should take pills to cut their risk of breast cancer, says NHS watchdog.
Thousands of patients miss out on a treatment that can prevent disability after a stroke, say UK experts.
Health bosses have approved plans to delay routine surgery for smokers and obese people.
Bed shortages mean a young patient with anorexia has to be treated hundreds of miles from her family.
Life expectancy for Scottish men and women has continued to improve - but they still die younger on average than people anywhere else in the UK.
BBC Panorama research suggests there is no hard evidence IVF add-ons increase pregnancy chances.
A killer condition linked to 1,500 deaths every year in Wales is not always being treated in the same way in Welsh hospitals, new research claims.
Twenty areas in England are to get funds to help pregnant women and new mums with mental health problems.
Prince Harry and Rihanna have taken HIV tests together in Barbados to raise awareness on World Aids Day.
Tom Hayes discusses how there is still a stigma on HIV-infected people
In 1988 around 140 countries took part in the first World Aids Day to raise awareness of the epidemic
The ITN newsreader talks about struggling to get the right care.
A group of organisations, including the governing body of gymnastics, want trampoline parks to adhere to a set of safety guidelines.
Richard has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder since he was a teenager. He and his father have been talking about their lives.
Emma, who has bipolar disorder, describes how her friends and teachers treated her
Paralympian David Smith reads out a letter – written to his younger, pre-surgery self.
Brittany Rhodes does it to be more confident.
Bacteria which eat others of their kind could be a new weapon in the fight against superbugs.
As we live longer, many of us will need support in our old age but what are the costs involved?
A sharp rise in waits for care services is piling the pressure on the NHS in England, hospital bosses are warning.
More than one million people in the UK rely on traditional forms of care - care homes, home help and nursing care - but there are plenty of other options.
Claims about the drink's benefits have resurfaced but are they true?
Women's sexuality is a little-studied area of science and new research is revealing that much of what we thought we knew was wrong.
Ten-year-old Jason explains how he does not feel like the gender he was assigned at birth.
Myths about risks linked to HIV from the 1980s still endure, say the Terrence Higgins Trust.
Princess Kasune is one of Zambia's most outspoken Aids activists and was recently elected to become its first publicly known HIV-positive MP.
Prime Minister Theresa May condemns continuing stigma against people living with HIV in the UK.
An increasing number of British people are opting for cosmetic procedures - but how safe are they in such an unregulated industry?
How taking up running has transformed the life of a late-onset asthma sufferer.
An ex-pharmaceutical executive explains why he now banks on Canada's medical marijuana industry.
Three babies are born addicted to drugs every day because of their mother's dependency, but some experts believe it is better to allow mother and baby to detox together.
Ambulance services are struggling to reach the seriously ill quickly enough after rising demand has left the system over-stretched, a BBC investigation has found.
Ambulance services are looking at new ways to meet the growing demand.
What is it like for a paramedic on the frontline?
BBC Scotland follows a 999 call from the moment it is received by health service call handlers.