UK Health News (supplied by the BBC)
- Emotionally numb
For people living with depersonalisation disorder, the world appears unreal and can be void of emotion. show more
- Doctors warn of rare but serious liposuction complication
A 45-year-old woman was affected by a condition called fat embolism syndrome after the procedure. show more
- 'Ban tackling in school rugby' for safety, experts demand
But a World Rugby spokesman says there is no new evidence to challenge the current position. show more
- Warwick medical students face re-sit after exam paper blunder
Medical students discovered half the questions were on a 2015 paper that was circulated online. show more
- Buying fake Viagra online 'Russian roulette'
We follow police officers on a raid. show more
- Bath Spa University 'blocks transgender research'
It was feared studying people who reversed gender reassignment surgery could be "politically incorrect". show more
- Former 'heaviest woman' Eman Ahmed Abd El Aty dies
A hospital in Abu Dhabi confirms the Egyptian's death despite recent weight-loss surgery. show more
- £1.4m mental health project to help school pupils
A trial is launched to help pupils showing early signs of anxiety, depression or self-harm. show more
Megan Davison hanged herself after years of hiding her diabulimia and not receiving the right type of care. show more
- Olympic champion Dame Kelly Holmes 'cut herself daily'
Dame Kelly Holmes won gold in the 800m and 1,500m in Athens in 2004, but had suffered with injury. show more
- Abortion should not be a crime, says doctors' body
The pregnancy association votes to regulate terminations in line with other medical procedures. show more
- 'My baby is allergic to milk'
Tammy worries that her baby's allergy to milk protein damaged their bond. show more
- Dear Cancer: What would you say?
Three people who have experienced cancer on what they would write to the disease. show more
- Cedric Anselin: Ex Norwich City player on his fight against depression
Ex-Norwich City player Cedric Anselin said he considered taking his life. show more
- Alarm as 'super malaria' spreads in South East Asia
The usual treatments are failing 60% of the time in some regions of Cambodia, scientists say. show more
- Mental health staff on long-term stress leave up 22%
The number of staff taking long-term leave has risen steadily over the past five years. show more
- Loneliness: The cost of the 'last taboo'
Loneliness costs £6,000 per person in ill-health, says a study, with calls to end the "stigma". show more
- Epilepsy drug warnings 'not reaching women', survey shows
Sodium valproate risks harming unborn babies, but some women haven't received the latest safety warnings. show more
- New antibody attacks 99% of HIV strains
It will enter clinical trials to prevent and treat the infection next year. show more
- Neanderthal brains 'grew more slowly'
A new study shows that Neanderthal brains developed more slowly than ours. show more