15 August 2014
The tragic death of Robin Williams has generated a wider debate about depression and how society deals with mental illness, says Hugh Pym.
Mental health services for young people in England are "stuck in the dark ages" and "not fit for purpose", according to a government minister.
Private hospitals should release the same data about patient safety incidents as NHS providers, a report says.
Breastfeeding can halve the risk of post-natal depression, according to a study of nearly 14,000 new mothers.
The number of nurses available at weekends - but not the frequency of doctors' ward rounds - affects stroke survival, according to a recent study.
Seventeen suspected Ebola patients who went missing in Liberia after a health centre was attacked have been found, a minister tells the BBC.
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Doctor puts a high-meat diet to the test
How trapeze therapy can benefit mind and body
Lesser-known things about Asperger's syndrome
Robin Williams' death has raised questions, says Hugh Pym
The 30-year-old health billionaire you've probably never heard of
Tackling failing GPs may be harder than it seems
Why do many comedians struggle with depression?
Should pregnant mothers be told about 'chance' instead of 'risk'?
How the art of illusion is helping disabled children
Dr Michael Mosley investigates the truth behind the headlines for Horizon
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