Dame Judi Dench can no longer read the newspaper or drive due to a gradual loss of vision.
Music may offer an alternative to drugs for calming down patients, researchers say.
Whether it’s a sudden outburst of anger towards the self-scan check-out or weeping quietly on the sofa during an advert for deodorant, a full range of emotions can so easily be dismissed with one word – hormones.
Sarcoma will kill me eventually but I don’t know whether to believe that because, statistically, it should have by now anyway
Daisy Ellis hadn’t even heard of sarcoma – until she was diagnosed with it.
Amazon’s Alexa is set to answer people’s health queries by searching the official NHS website.
“I died, came back to life and had a baby!”: Words of hope from Western Isles mum who suffered three cardiac arrests
A young mum brought back to life after suffering cardiac arrest for 45 minutes has gone on to have a healthy baby girl.
Could the Rolling Stones help people recover from a stroke?
Talking about “women’s problems” was once confined to whispered conversations with close female friends.
Britons are almost 30 times more likely to get a blood stem cell donation than to be registered as a blood stem cell donor themselves.
When hot flushes meet summer heat: Wellbeing expert shares her top tips for tackling the menopause when the mercury rises
Dealing with sticky temperatures on a hot summer’s day can be challenging enough, but if you’re going through the menopause, the added irritation of hot flushes can make the weather unbearable.
With more than 40,000 choirs nationwide, the power of song has struck a chord across the UK.