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Scientists hail "good news for patients" as analysis finds 21 drugs reduce symptoms of depression.
One 12-year-old boy had to have part of his bowel removed after swallowing the magnetic balls.
The patient had been living for three years with the 1.8kg tumour, which was larger than his head.
Hospital consultants warn over patient safety as the longest waits to be seen in emergency units rise.
Figures show one in 12 posts in England is unfilled - enough to staff 10 large hospitals.
Specific batches of Ventolin Accuhaler and Seretide Accuhaler do not deliver the full dose.
As the NHS turns 70 we want to hear from doctors, nurses, porters and patients, past and present about your memories and experiences
Polyphenols found in red wine helped fend off harmful bacteria in the mouth, a study finds.
The PM wants concerns over a pregnancy test, vaginal mesh implants and an epilepsy drug to be looked at.
Simon Field might not be able to move but he can still communicate, by blinking.
Institutions that fail to report the results of drug trials will be named on a new website.
Woman notices her sister is suffering from a stroke while they spoke on a FaceTime call.
Doctors can stop providing life support to Alfie Evans against his parents' wishes, a court rules.
There was a four-fold increase in cases in 2017 compared with the previous year.
Only a third of women would see a doctor despite it being a major symptom, a survey suggests.
The Japanese man can now pursue custody of 13 children he fathered through Thai surrogate mothers.
A new analysis of the nation's diet reveals we are generally poor on judging how much we eat.
Kirsty Sharman admits a public order offence after leaving a foul-mouthed note on an ambulance.
The singer posted an Instagram story about the unhelpful things people say to acne sufferers like her.
Charities say people with mental health problems should be given "breathing space" to sort out debts.
New figures show there were 7,800 fewer deaths than expected among people being admitted to hospitals.
Differences were found in blood proteins between children with and without autism, a study says.
The family of epilepsy sufferer Alfie Dingley, six, says he has fewer seizures after taking the drug.
They use the right sides of their brain for language instead of the normal left side.
Great Ormond Street Hospital had said it would return money donated by the Presidents Club charity.
Scientists say more people could benefit from taking pills to reduce the symptoms of acute depression.
The parents of a boy with a mystery illness lose a fight in the High Court for doctors to continue life support.
Scientists uncover faulty genes behind a rare blood vessel disorder and say cancer drugs could treat it.
Every year 2.6m babies around the world don't survive beyond a month but Malawi's number is dropping.
After waking from a coma following a brain injury, Peter was forced to grieve all over again.
Ultra-processed foods have been linked to cancer - so should we be worried about eating bread?
James Garden says drawing helps him cope with his feelings.
BBC Radio 4 wants you to take part in an experiment on the extent and effects of loneliness
Regular exposure to cleaning products significantly affects lung function, research has suggested.
Peter Maggs' chest wall was rebuilt using the technology after a large tumour was removed.
Flu comes along every year - but just how bad it will be is hard to predict.
People with a history of depression tell the BBC about their experiences of taking anti-depressants
What do we know about the risks of dementia from drinking alcohol?
Lots of us use wipes to keep our kitchen surfaces clean. But is it worth it?
The legacy of the virus which spread through three West African countries.
Three women and one man describe the shock, guilt and distress of losing a baby through miscarriage.
Mum recounts losing one twin in the womb while other survived
For 16 years, Mercy Ngulube felt unable to tell people she had HIV - but now she's a vocal campaigner.
A genetic study will look at whether damage was done to the DNA of veterans who saw nuclear weapon tests.
Sofie Hartley, who's 27, wants to have a hysterectomy so that she can take back control of her body.
BBC legal correspondent, Clive Coleman, says his sister's diagnosis came too late to save her.
Demand for surrogacy in Ukraine, one of Europe's poorest nations, is soaring. But what happens to the women involved?
Use our tracker to check whether your local services are meeting strict waiting-time targets for cancer, routine operations and A&E.
Patients facing long waits for treatment tell the BBC what it is like to be left in limbo.