09:10 UK time, Friday, 7 March 2014
Analysis of why the judge ruled in favour of Beth Warren, who wanted to prevent her dead husband's sperm from being destroyed next year.
A children's heart unit closed temporarily due to fears over numbers of deaths is safe, but some families of sick children received poor care, a review finds.
A hormone released during childbirth and sex could be used as a treatment for the eating disorder anorexia nervosa, scientists suggest.
Adult social care in England is under increasing pressure and the government has "no idea" how long the system can cope, an inquiry finds.
The government is due to announce later whether NHS staff, civil servants and forces personnel will get a pay rise in the next financial year.
A survivor of a serious motorbike accident has pioneering surgery to reconstruct his face using a series of 3D printed parts.
02:24 UK time, Thursday, 6 March 2014
Experts want us to cut back on sugar after 400 years of eating more and more. It is likely to prove difficult for a nation known for its sweet-tooth, but many believe it is necessary to protect our health.
A palliative care expert challenges criticisms of the Liverpool Care Pathway.
Model veterans of breast cancer and war
Striking science images up close
Living in misery with a condition that's curable - if surgery were available
The people who believe in medical miracles
Why heart disease is not just a man's problem
How dogs are helping 'electronic noses' smell disease
Inside the mind of the Scandi-drama detective
Are statins a risk worth taking?
See how your nearest A&E in England is faring
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