The BBC's Jon Ironmonger met rough sleepers on the streets of Milton Keynes.
The Cov-Boost study is testing seven vaccines to see which works best as a third dose.
Gay couple Oscar and Xavier donate blood for the first time after rules change across most of the UK.
John Butler's videos have been watched by millions after he became popular with the ASMR community.
With more women being told they have the virus, Jess Phillips says there needs to be more discussion.
G7 leaders pledge one billion doses of Covid-19 vaccines for poorer countries, says PM Boris Johnson.
Dominic Raab says the decision depends on breaking the link between cases and hospital admissions.
Sage scientist warns opening up too soon would "fan the flames" of a third wave of coronavirus.
Ten-year-old Deaglan McCallion wants people to be more understanding of his condition.
The coronavirus has changed and changed again, getting more transmissible each time.
This group is experiencing huge inequalities and often dying from avoidable causes, a report says.
There have been nearly 30,000 new cases of the variant in the past week.
Regular and strenuous exercise can increase the risk of MND in people who are vulnerable, scientists say.
Boris Johnson says the donations to countries in need will begin within weeks.
Two people were admitted to a hospital in England, but one has since been discharged.
The Health Secretary has been answering questions about his handling of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Parts of Essex and Blackpool have the highest proportion of people waiting over a year for care.
Infecting the mosquitoes with a different bug slams the breaks on dengue fever, trial finds.
The health minister says women must be "confident" enough to demand different treatment if they want it.
A third Covid wave hit much of Europe hard but now gradually lockdowns are being eased.
The key numbers that offer clues as to whether "freedom day" will proceed as planned on 21 June.
The creation of a central store of data from GP records in England had been due to start on 1 July.
The charity has teamed up with high street chain the Card Factory to sell the card online and in UK stores.
Experts say older people are in danger of losing the ability to do daily tasks due to the pandemic.
The functioning of health services in the future is at risk because staff are burned out, MPs are warning.
Aldo is one of only a few UK patients who took part in an Alzheimer drug trial, now approved for use in the US.
There has been controversy around aducanumab, which targets the cause rather than the symptoms.
Rollout continues, with all over 25s able to book a Covid vaccine in England from tomorrow.
Dr John Wright describes the goals of the CoV-Boost trial, which started this past week.
Katy Meldrum says she struggled to leave the house following her ordeal.
From hot flushes on dates to feelings of grief, being menopausal at university was tough for Éimi.
The UK and other rich nations are urged to show "historic leadership" in sharing vaccines globally.
Increasing numbers of infections are likely to be caused by the so-called Indian, or Delta, variant.
The UK regulator says the vaccine is safe and effective and the benefits outweigh risks in this age group.
Confirmed cases of the Indian variant have risen to 12,431 in the UK, according to new data from Public Health England
The worms will launch from the Kennedy Space Centre to help UK researchers understand muscle loss.
Loneliness, bereavement and reluctance to access GPs can all lead to self-harm among older adults.
Rising coronavirus cases have called the planned 21 June relaxing of rules in England into question.
The 39-year-old was waiting for a fertility appointment, but mistaken for another patient, a report says.
There have been no coronavirus deaths announced today - is this a moment for celebration?
People who are immunocompromised cannot be sure the Covid vaccine is offering them full protection.
All 10 ambulance trusts in England will be offered the cameras.
Kanayo Dike-Oduah was sent home from A&E twice while suffering from a rare but serious illness.
The latest figures come amid concern over a recent small rise in cases linked to the Indian variant.
Professor Adam Finn says the country remains vulnerable because of the threat of the Indian variant.
Intensive care sister Amanda White, who lost her nephew to the virus, says the therapy "reset" her.
Pearll, who is now in remission, says she saw the spare time as an "opportunity" to record songs.
Prof Ravi Gupta says there has been exponential growth in the number of new coronavirus cases.
Teetee was left "traumatised" after her hair was set on fire while she was at school.
In England, 65 children have needed urgent surgery after swallowing magnets in the last three years.
Twenty million doses have been ordered for the UK and will arrive later this year.
Surgeons in England want specialist sites for non-urgent operations delayed because of the pandemic.
Marion Koopmans was on the WHO mission to China, when it was determined the virus was "unlikely" to come from a lab.
After Dominic Cummings' testimony on Wednesday, some bereaved by the pandemic are asking: what if?
The total is the largest but for deaths per 100,000 people the UK is no longer top.
Former Downing Street adviser Dominic Cummings says care homes lacked tests and protection.
Patients struggling to get appointments as GPs report surge in appointments being booked.
Dr Dean Eggitt, a GP in Doncaster, opened his doors to the BBC to show the pressures facing practices.
Rollout continues, with anyone in their 30s now able to get vaccinated in England.
The company will give the data to regulators to seek approval for use in young people aged 12 and over.
Some may contain illegal levels of a bleaching chemical that can burn gums and cause tooth loss.