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Health ministers call on company to lower price of cystic fibrosis drug Orkambi so the NHS can afford it.
Allied Healthcare, one of the UK's biggest providers of in-home care, blames a "challenging environment".
Some 40,000 runners are due to take part in the London Marathon, but are those 26.2 miles doing us harm?
The patient had a lucky escape say doctors, but now two more cases have been discovered.
This London Marathon may break the record for the hottest yet, so how do you run in the heat?
An international team found that a protein causes brain cells to die when it is stuck in the jelly phase.
The court has also refused permission for the parents of the terminally ill toddler to appeal.
Gbadebo Olasunkanmi Alabi said "Everything on your body is perfect" to the patient.
An internal investigation will take place at Russells Hall Hospital after Natalie Billingham's death
Former Culture Secretary Baroness Tessa Jowell hopes better cancer treatments can be developed.
It works by detecting elevated levels of calcium in the blood linked to some cancers.
Rising numbers of people have multiple health conditions, leading to endless appointments and check-ups.
In an example of human natural selection, Asia's Bajau people have evolved bigger spleens for diving.
The treatment meant some patients stopped needing blood transfusions altogether.
Three quarters of NHS hospital trusts are employing more managers than they did five years ago.
Research suggests patients would prefer to be told their diagnosis face-to-face.
A medical journal suggests the renowned autism paediatrician was a Nazi collaborator.
Now 26, Hati Sparey-South is herself training as a teacher, determined to help today's pupils.
The alternative to ice involves pumping livers with blood, nutrients and medicines while in a machine.
The monthly injection could be approved for NHS use by next year, experts hope.
Alfie Dingley's family want him to use cannabis oil, which is illegal in the UK, to treat his epilepsy.
For the first time in 10 years, global malaria cases are no longer falling, and experts are worried.
Tom Evans is asking the Pope to intervene in the legal battle about ending his son's life support.
MPs say it is "alarming" plans to improve cyber-security after the Wannacry attack have not been agreed.
BBC research finds just 15 out of 100 of the highest paid senior doctors in Scotland are women.
Jérôme Hamon is the first patient to have two facial transplants and says he is doing well.
Health inspectors on a visit to Russells Hall Hospital in Dudley had to intervene "as a matter of urgency".
Experts say more screening is needed to tackle the disease, which affects pregnant women.
With the temperature rising, here are our top tips in reducing your hay fever-induced tears.
Dr Jaco Nel lost both his legs and all of the fingers on one hand after contracting sepsis.
Adam has a rare muscle-wasting disorder, but he isn't letting that stop him enjoying life.
Actor Colson Smith hopes the show has done its bit to help raise awareness.
Robbie has the mental age of a two-year-old and is normally quiet and withdrawn.
George has a rare form of childhood dementia called Batten Disease.
Lynsey Kelly is running the London Marathon to raise money for mental health after suffering PTSD.
The Resound ensemble will be the first disability-led group to play the BBC's music festival.
Women from European descent are twice as likely to be naturally blonde as men, a new study suggests.
The price of some unhealthy drinks is about to go up - in the hope that we will make "better" choices.
Did lack of oxygen really cause the deaths of 30 children in one night at an Indian hospital?
Gemma has OCD, but has found bodybuilding helps her manage and works as coping strategy.
Senegal is on track to be declared malaria-free by 2030.
The images are intended to start conversations about the difficulties nursing mothers can face.
Is the fusion of biology and technology speeding us towards a synthetic future?
How analysing faeces could unlock the secrets of good health.
Chilli-eating competitions are proving popular in the UK, despite potential risks.
For Dr Joel Salinas, music creates colours, numbers have personalities and another person's pain feels almost like his own.
Rising rates of childhood obesity are a global problem - but in Amsterdam they are falling.
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.