Millions of men pop pills in the hope of boosting their health - but do they actually work?
Speaking openly about the difficulties of motherhood is still a taboo
One patient was left needing £27,000 of treatment after avoiding the dentist's chair for 10 years
Just one in six adults now smokes, according to figures from Public Health England
The emergency services were called to more than 900 incidents involving obese people last year, according to new figures
The number of people with dementia is expected to reach 65.7 million in 2030 and 115.4 million in 2015, according to the World Health Organisation
From recipe books to combat the pain of migraines to joking about them and associating them only with females, the migraine has come a long way – but is still here, unfortunately
Patients and researchers say the medicine is safe, however pharmacists have warned that medicine bought online could be placebo pills or contain dangerous ingredients
Discovering an equation for altruism cost George Price everything from his family to his life
Swedish researchers claim changing sleeps patterns can cause more damage than good
There is significant research disproving many of the principles of the diet
Attempts to stop the spread of the sexually transmitted disease have failed
However, academics who reviewed dozens of studies said there was a risk of bias in many of them
Edward Adamson was the first artist to be employed in a UK hospital. Kashmira Gander explores how his studio was an oasis of calm in a harsh twentieth century mental hospital, and how his legacy lives on.
Abundance of magnetite in brains of people from Mexico City and Manchester described as “dreadfully shocking”
Taking oral vitamin D supplements can reduce the risk of severe asthma attacks by 3 per cent, according to research