- 'Bath daily' advice for eczema children June 29, 2016If your child has eczema it is fine to give them a dunk in the bath every day, as long as you apply lots of moisturiser to their skin afterwards, US experts say.
- Zika vaccine 'works very well' in mice June 28, 2016A single dose of an experimental vaccine can protect mice against the Zika virus, raising renewed hope of a vaccine for humans, say scientists
- Helium discovery a 'game-changer' June 28, 2016Scientists say they have found a large helium gas field in Tanzania, amid concerns global supplies are running out.
- Playing card games aids stroke recovery June 28, 2016Playing simple card games, such as snap, can help stroke patients with their recovery, research suggests.
- Measles outbreak hits 13 pupils at Devon school June 28, 2016Thirteen cases of measles and another 10 probable cases are found at a secondary school.
- US Healthcare records offered for sale online June 27, 2016Three US healthcare organisations are reportedly being held to ransom by a hacker who stole data on hundreds of thousands of patients.
- Euro 2016: Football alcohol adverts seen 'once a minute' June 27, 2016People who watched Wales' Euro 2016 game against England on television saw alcohol marketing almost once every minute during play, a study finds.
- High sport drink use among young teens 'risk to health' June 27, 2016High numbers of younger teenagers are risking tooth decay and obesity by regularly having high-sugar sport drinks, dental experts say.
- Testicle removal surgeon Marwan Farouk struck off June 24, 2016A surgeon is struck off for mistakenly removing a patient's testicle and then trying to cover up his error.
- Abortion demand 'soars' amid Zika fear June 22, 2016Fears over the Zika virus have contributed to a "huge" increase in number of abortions in Latin America, researchers suggest.