20 October 2014
What might we expect from Simon Stevens, head of NHS England, when he sets out his five-year view for the health service later this week?
A paralysed man becomes the first in the world to walk again following a pioneering therapy which involved transplanting cells from his nose into his severed spinal cord.
Latest news, features and maps as West Africa battles world's worst outbreak of killer disease
The project that enabled a paralysed man to walk again
Global health body under fire over Ebola
Why 'Sleeping Beauty' illness is a such a nightmare
What role does wild animal meat play in the Ebola outbreak?
The time when the average age of death was zero
Fiona Phillips on being haunted by putting her parents in a home
We know about Europe, but where does the party stand on health?
Why we don't know how many people Ebola has killed
How soon could there be an off-the-shelf treatment and vaccine?
Why did life expectancy in the US drop by 12 years after WW1
Whatever happened to the traditional 'deathbed'?
How social media affects the way we see ourselves
David Attenborough meets baby meerkats as he explores the challenge of infancy in the wild
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