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Clamping your nose and mouth shut when you need to sneeze is dangerous, doctors warn the public.
Selwa Hussain is the first woman in the UK to leave hospital with an artificial heart.
Bradley Smith, 20, from St Ives, people should talk more about mental health.
Properties in Persian shallots could boost the effects of antibiotic treatment, a study says.
The boss of French firm Lactalis says up to 12 million boxes of formula are now subject to a recall.
Experts say maternity wards are still making the same "avoidable errors".
The battery-powered devices are designed to be worn more discreetly than traditional pumps.
Oxford professor Liz Frood was fit and healthy until she was struck by what she thought was a stomach bug.
Libby Keating's face was repaired by experts at St George's Hospital in Tooting.
Two women explain their opposing views on the contentious right-to-die issue.
A mother-of-two from Pembroke Dock wants to see cannabis legalised to help ease symptoms like hers.
"He comes alive when he's here."
A scheme to let parents close their streets to cars so children can play is hugely beneficial to one young resident, who has autism and severe anxiety.
Why are so many nurses quitting the NHS? One, Mary, tells us her reasons.
Nurses haven been an integral part of the NHS since its inception. Here they talk about what has changed.
Mothers in group singing sessions with babies have faster improvement in symptoms, a study suggests.
The president overrules a government decision to let women buy alcohol for the first time in decades.
Like Minds: The little yellow car that's tackling depression.
Coconut oil sales are rocketing, but is it a cholesterol-busting wonder food, or is this dangerous hype?
Professionals are asking for earlier and better treatment for this poorly understood condition.