Overweight people told losing just 3% and keeping it off can have significant beneficial effects in new NHS guidance
Infertile women up to the age of 40 are supposed to be offered three cycles of IVF, but the policy is widely ignored
A bill being considered by the Department of Health might make it easier, when all else has failed, to get the treatment you need
Government health advisers say more mothers-to-be should opt for home births when deciding where to have their baby
Giving old mice young blood reversed age-related declines in brain function, muscle strength and stamina, researchers say
This month's top 10 list contains a healthy mix of perennial favourites and relative upstarts.
'Payment by results' incentives to quit smoking or manage blood sugar could help reduce burden on services, says 20/20 Health
And right now, available to very few.
I'm turning my unused living room into a dining room, and can't get a night at Julie's Restaurant on Portland Road out of my mind.
Survey by Ash finds almost all users are current or ex-smokers using the devices to kick tobacco habit, not new smokers
Everyone in Britain has their own stereotype about our neighbours over the Channel, but there is one you can't dispute.
Research aims to develop organs to help patients who have injuries or congenital abnormalities
When it comes to children's health, Sparks is a rarity. They fund medical research across the whole spectrum of paediatric illnesses and conditions, to help make a positive, practical impact on the lives of babies and children.
Half an hour of daily walking can be hugely beneficial to your health. Your challenge is to walk 30 minutes a day for a week
The writer doesn't like her Christmas present. The Soul Sister answers.
Guess what? Today is Blue Monday - the most depressing day of the year. But don't worry, it's false, according to HITC Life's resident Maths PhD. (Bet you didn't think we had one of those, did you.)
That's right. Apparently looking at cute pictures of baby animals (on the Internet while at work) makes you more productive.
As early as age 14, researchers say, a child’s grades are a good predictor of whether the child will graduate from college. Why?
Winter's over, and this month's top 10 list is full of tracks that'll propel you into the great outdoors.
The topic of porn has been a popular one, and now the Soul Sister takes on another problem created by too much porn: No Action.
As summer gives way to autumn, let the played out songs in your gym mix give way to some current alternatives.
Is there a link between vibrators, colouring-in books and Buddhism? Eva Wiseman unravels our obsession with passivity
Police unsure if the incident, where 29 homeopaths were found to be intoxicated with LSD-like drug, was an accident or experiment gone wrong