A study has identified genes that provide clues about why some people get seriously ill from Covid-19.
Many care staff are struggling with an increased workload and want to quit, research suggests.
Hospital bosses warn of a winter crisis - but ministers say there are no plans to roll out Plan B.
Targeted annual PSA screening could spot early, treatable cancers in high-risk men, researchers say.
But Boris Johnson says the rollout of a Plan B to control the virus in England has not been discussed.
Scientists are studying it to better understand how much of a threat it may pose.
Warren Higgs speaks before and after having his kidneys, which weighed more than five stone (35kg), removed.
The UK has higher infections than most of its neighbours, as scientists fear a difficult winter.
Critics worry the rollout is happening too slowly in England to best protect people ahead of winter.
Lucy is thought to be the oldest child to receive a donor heart that did not match her blood type.
Blood results show it gets the body to mount an immune response to fight coronavirus.
Medical science has transformed the pandemic and put rocket boosters on ambitions for new vaccines.
People share their stories of having negative PCR tests after positive lateral flow results.
A lab in Wolverhampton is suspended as 43,000 people in England and Wales are potentially affected.
Around 43,000 people may have been wrongly told their test for Covid-19 was negative.
Some people who took tests in Berkshire earlier this month may have wrongly been given the all-clear.
The figures come despite improving numbers overall, with some 610 fewer stillbirths in 2019 than in 2013.
Extra £250m available to pay for locum staff to help practices in England improve access over winter.
Doctors who came into the public eye during Covid received death threats and harassment.
One of England's leading hospitals is preparing for its busiest winter ever.
The treatment, meant to rejuvenate and treat dryness, worked no better than a placebo procedure.
Reward care workers for their skills and dedication to avoid staff shortages, report urges.
"Dementia is something you learn to live with, not just die of," - tips from, those living with the condition.
The vaccine is being offered to children aged 12 and older.
The former England rugby player speaks to those living with the same condition as his father.
Some of the Tesco Max All-In-One Chesty Cough & Cold Lemon Sachets contain incorrect dosing information.
An investigation prompted by a radiographer's death finds not all staff were properly fitted for masks.
Government too slow to lock down and test-and-trace was chaotic, but jabs rollout a success, MPs say.
NHS England says the number of pregnant women seriously ill in critical care with the virus has grown.
As African countries get the vaccine, Newsbeat speaks to two people who've grown up with Malaria.
Laura McAdam shares her story as part of new government campaign to boost the uptake of smear tests.
Catching both viruses at the same time puts people at a more significant risk of death, a health boss says.
England's chief nursing officer urges people to top up protection ahead of a busy winter for the NHS.
NHS England wants to get more people with severe mental illness back to the workplace.
Bath's public health director says to regard it as Covid even if you receive a negative PCR result.
Pre-workout powders should be diluted in water, but some gym-goers are eating it neat.
Julie Nicholson tells of her fear as a dangerous medical condition turned her skin a golden yellow before her family's eyes.
Experts worried as this will be the first winter Covid and flu circulate fully at same time.
The number of people with secondary breast cancer, where the cancer has spread, will be audited.
Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus says the vaccine could save tens of thousands of lives each year.
After years of trials, the vaccine has shown potential to save countless children's lives.
GP staff tell their stories of abuse by patients as an NHS boss pleas for people to "be kind".
Scientists have investigated how the chilblain-like lesions arise in some people who catch Covid.
Participants in the Novavax Covid-19 vaccine trial are not yet recognised as being fully vaccinated.
Grants for councils to fund healthy-lifestyle support have fallen by a quarter in six years.
The hope of reducing health inequalities for black people made it worth recommending, the regulator says.
Sarah, the first patient to try it, says it has allowed her to enjoy life again.
Bowel cancer patients say rules governing two drugs are unethical and unfair.
The health secretary says he will not delay the November deadline for workers to be fully vaccinated.
Vegan alternatives have never been more widespread, but are they a healthier option?
BBC journalist Gem O'Reilly explains the risk of exercise-related death in people with unknown heart conditions.
Charities say they have been inundated with calls from worried immunosuppressed people.
Promising results mean a clinical trial has ended early and emergency authorisation is being sought.
This is the highest reported rate for any age group since the pandemic began.
Just months after being diagnosed with type 1 diabetes, Reece Parkinson attempts a 50-mile race.
They will be kitted out with equipment to carry out X-rays, breast screening, ultrasounds and scans.
Campaigners say the new rules in England do not stretch far enough to protect everyone.
One in six children in England is likely to have a mental disorder, up from one in nine in 2017.
Surgeries say remote consultations are the only option as they do not have enough staff.
Ministers say GPs in England must offer in person appointments, after a rise in phone consultations.
Staying on them reduces the risk of depression recurring but there's no guarantee, a study suggests.