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Members of Britain's largest trade union, Unite, are holding a rally outside Parliament in protest over changes to the NHS.
The good and the useless, according to psychologists
An update to one of the most important manuals in mental health - known as the bible of psychiatry - is to be published later on Saturday.
Should we all be more psychopathic at work?
How high is the risk for the average woman?
England's first chief social worker has been speaking about her plans, ahead of taking up the post in September.
Health officials warn that action is needed to prevent a rubella outbreak, which can be particularly dangerous to pregnant women.
Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie's double mastectomy to reduce her chances of getting breast cancer shows people should treat their body like a car needing an MOT and get regular checks, says Katie Price.
The number of people under 40 with type 2 diabetes in the UK has risen sharply in the past 20 years, research shows.
The number of people under the age of 40 with type 2 diabetes in the UK has seen a major rise over the past 20 years, say researchers.
A group of British researchers in Manchester have come up with a technique which they believe could significantly improve the success rate for couples undergoing IVF treatment to have a baby.
The Today programme's science correspondent Tom Feilden reports that a team of scientists based at Cardiff University who found that a handful of genes are implicated in a wide range of debilitating neurological conditions have won £5m for further research.
A fertility clinic says tests on a new embryo monitoring system significantly increases the chances in IVF treatment resulting in a successful pregnancy
Time-lapse imaging which takes thousands of pictures of developing embryos can boost the success rate of IVF, according to British research.
Applying high-frequency electrical noise to the brain can boost maths skills up to six months later, say Oxford University researchers.
A doctor who worked for the private company which assesses people for disability benefits says its methods are "unfair".
A doctor, who worked for the private company which assesses people for disability benefits, says its methods are "unfair".
A mother who has been asked to pay back £375,000 compensation after her son died fears she could become homeless.
Many would say the UK is a child-friendly nation - but is it true?
Retirement has a detrimental impact on mental and physical health, says a new study by the Institute of Economic Affairs, a think tank.