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More than £400,000 is raised for 12-year-old Ollie Gardiner, who is undergoing pioneering treatment for a brain tumour.
A University of Edinburgh study says working in hot temperatures increases the risk of heart attack.
Researchers in Japan have developed electronic skin with an organic circuit that can be worn on the human body.
Actor Richard Mylan and son, Jaco, 11, visit Cardiff Market at closing time more than 500 times.
A campaign to attract more doctors to work as GPs in Wales is starting to work, new figures suggest.
Research links the heat faced by firefighters with a greater risk of suffering a heart attack.
Life's Director of Education Anne Scanlon defends the receipt of a £250,000 government grant as Labour MP Paula Sheriff questions it.
BBC presenter Victoria Derbyshire removes the wig she has worn for 16 months following chemotherapy.
They are risking their health by failing to do enough exercise, says the British Heart Foundation.
As a new survey reveals that millions of Britons are physically inactive, BBC News talks to Harriet Mulvaney who had a heart attack when she was 44.
MPs criticise £250,000 grant raised from VAT charged on sanitary products.
Cancer care and A&E to be prioritised as health service leader in England says something has to give.
A new scheme is offering boxing and 'chair-obics' to those who want to fight off chronic illnesses.
Surgeons say they tried to warn of dangerous delays to emergency surgery at a children's hospital.
Dr Hannah Ryan has been suspended for a month after misleading health experts over an Ebola nurse's temperature.
The death of a much-loved 20-month-old boy has left his family in trauma.
Researchers hope the technology could stop the emergence of bacteria that are resistant to the drugs.
The 67-year-old, who has terminal motor neurone disease, says he will appeal against the ruling.
Paramedic Dan Farnworth felt unable to talk about his mental health problems, caused by a 999 call.
The guidelines for everyday foods are aimed at helping to reduce childhood obesity.