Gareth Thomas can have a positive impact on HIV stigma, says George, who lives with the virus.
Former Wales captain Gareth Thomas says by revealing his condition he wants to educate everybody, including himself.
Owen Carey told staff he had a dairy allergy but was not told it contained buttermilk, a coroner rules.
Charlotte Smith, two, choked on a piece of chicken at her nursery.
Fertility experts find that the left testicle is warmer, but only when a man has his clothes on.
The problem affects a quarter of women in the UK and many end up having surgery to treat it.
The mother of a baby who developed sepsis says people "don't have hours to spare".
Virtual reality is being used to help people with dementia revisit their past.
The video site's algorithm promotes medical misinformation in a number of languages, the BBC finds.
Professor Justin Stebbing, a cancer expert at Imperial College London, debunks some of the unproven “cures” for cancer.
Campaigners say there is a desperate need for the NHS to invest in services to catch up with demand.
One survivor who struggled to access support says the service could help prevent further "psychological damage".
They will have access to the "life-changing" treatment after ministers struck a deal with the drugs company.
The manufacturer of painkiller OxyContin stands accused of helping fuel a deadly US crisis.
Beth Hewitt, 35, had blood in her stools but said she was told she was too young to have bowel cancer.
The UK is the worst of seven high-income countries for key cancers including lung, colon and pancreas.
The gift will create new facilities at the clinic which is named after the author's mother.
Petals has suspended counselling at the Rosie Hospital in Cambridge in a row over NHS funding.
Families say the drug cerliponase alfa has helped slow down their children's Batten disease.
Dignity in Dying insists the film is a realistic portrayal of what happens to a small number of people.
Some UK citizens who live in the EU will be ineligible for free NHS treatment, if there is no deal.
Doctors believe some women with repeat infections could benefit from the procedure.
The highly contagious bacterium causes a range of infections, from a sore throat to scarlet fever.
Half of people taking strong painkillers, antidepressants and sleeping tablets are on them for over a year.
The UK's Royal Society warns of the risk of companies accessing our thoughts and moods.
Thousands of Scots at risk of lung cancer took part in a trial, described as "globally significant".
BBC correspondent Frank Gardner tries water skiing for the first time since being shot 15 years ago.
France's health ministry says preventative measures helped to curb damage from the heat.
Amber Davies says staff at a Wetherspoons pub questioned why she was using a disabled toilet.
Charlotte Amelia Poe, 30, has written a "brutally honest" account about living with the condition.
Bethany Shipsey died from a diet pill overdose. Her father confronts the man who sold her the drugs.
Tai chi for older adults and exercise for pregnant women are recommended in new official guidance.
Kenyan couple Shiko and Rama delivered their baby on their own - then posted it on YouTube.
A court will hear evidence in September to decide on five-year-old Tafida's care.
A London gender clinic leaks details of more than 900 people on one of its mailing lists.
Jeni Haynes built multiple personalities to survive abuse - their testimony helped convict her father.
A study of more than 3,000 pregnant women followed up their children over 30 years.
Love Island's Theo Campbell is staying positive after being hit with a champagne cork at in Ibiza.
Leukaemia sufferer Astrid is searching the world against the odds for a stem cell donor.
A report is unable to rule out that shortcomings contributed to one of the five deaths.
But he was not able to make a "firm conclusion" about the death of Ayrshire teenager Amy Allan.
The US research contradicts previous findings and recommends other steps to reduce the risk of STIs.
Scientists start to chip away at the mystery of why one in 10 people is left-handed.
Steve Barnes had to re-learn to walk for the big day, as part of a trial using the robotic suit.
A "help me" plea left by a teenager who killed herself inspires her mum to help children's mental health.
Patients with a rare inherited eye disorder are set to be offered a new gene therapy on the NHS.
Cancer claims more lives than cardiovascular disease in wealthy countries but the reverse is true for poorer nations.
The 43-year-old woman was only meant to stay in Muckamore Abbey Hospital for a month.
Families are being urged to discuss donation to boost transplant numbers.
Understanding women's bodies better is helping to improve their sporting performance.
An inquest hears the 14-year-old was "off the radar" of specialists at Great Ormond Street Hospital.
The former Eastenders star visited Downing Street on behalf of the Alzheimer's Society.
Some chemists in England will start providing the rapid detection service from next month.
The trust has written to 349 patients and 129 staff but says the risk of developing TB is low.
The number of cases dealt with by police has risen by more than a quarter in four years, figures suggest,
"I've never seen this many different plastics in one place," chemistry professor Tony Ryan says.
Interested in living longer? Here's advice from optimists to make sure your glass is always half full.
The charity says a tie-up with Paddy Power Betfair will help it look after vulnerable customers.
Callum Kilby was paralysed when a giant oak rolled over him, but a year later he's back climbing trees.
New research suggests an increased risk of breast cancer but Louise Rivers refuses to give up on the drug.
Anthony Lelliott's hand was left hanging by skin and bone as he cut floorboards with a circular saw.
The increased risk of breast cancer lasts more than a decade after treatment stops, a study suggests.
The Trump administration says the Catholic nurse objected on religious grounds but was ignored.