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Kate Farley has cerebral palsy, but that doesn't stop her packing a punch in the ring - on her knees.
“I wish I could feel happy or excited” - Tom is trying a new treatment that could help people with autism to better recognise their emotions.
Amelia Eldred who lost her limb to bone cancer has rare procedure which could allow her to dance again.
The wounded veteran who received the organ transplant says he feels "finally more normal".
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall tests just how much sugar we are eating for breakfast.
Parents who feed their babies formula milk are often made to feel inadequate, according to a mother.
A support group for bereaved mothers who are pregnant is making all the difference.
Chelsea's son was taken away for a year, until his bruising was found to be down to a medical condition.
Valproate will no longer be given to girls and women of childbearing age unless they sign a consent form.
A new Dundee University ultrasound process offers a more accurate diagnosis of the disease.
Ellie Simpson, who has cerebral palsy, said the government had not given proper consideration to people with disabilities.
Vivian combines exercise with tackling loneliness through regular runs to visit her 'coach' Dennis.
The government funding will go towards mental health services and outreach programmes for parents.
The patient had a lucky escape say doctors, but now two more cases have been discovered.
Former Culture Secretary Baroness Tessa Jowell hopes better cancer treatments can be developed.
Jay Crouch has two new kidneys, a liver, pancreas and small bowel and is learning how to eat.
Jérôme Hamon is the first patient to have two facial transplants and says he is doing well.
Tommy says hospital staff don’t always understand the needs of dementia patients.
Experts say more screening is needed to tackle the disease, which affects pregnant women.
With the temperature rising, here are our top tips in reducing your hay fever-induced tears.