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Relatives call for a criminal inquiry into the "unforgivable" actions at the Gosport hospital.
The parents of Charlie Gard want to change the law so other cases like theirs don't end up in court.
Eight products are affected and the advice is to return bottles to where they were bought.
Charlotte Caldwell has been treating her severely epileptic son, Billy, with cannabis oil since 2016.
Genes are significant in most eating behaviours but not emotional under- or overeating, say experts.
Families of epileptic children welcomed the move, which does not change rules on recreational use.
The prime minister promises any tax increases will be introduced in a "fair and balanced" way.
Hannah Deacon, whose son suffers from epilepsy, says she was given a pledge by Theresa May
Ellie and Chris James's newborn son died in their arms - minutes after being told he was already dead.
The 12-year-old is treated in hospital for his severe epilepsy with the oil, which is illegal in the UK.
For millions, it is a harmless hobby but for some it can become more than that.
The mpMRI scan is currently available in just three out of seven Welsh health boards.
But the home secretary tells MPs there will be a review of cannabis-based medicines in the UK.
The vaccine has brought about an 86% reduction in cancer-causing infection, a study has found.
One in five NHS bodies is limiting access to corrective surgery, a breast cancer charity report says.
Public Health England wants to give advice to patients to help reduce the risk of the condition.
An inquiry found that painkillers were prescribed without medical justification to older patients.
The parents of Charlie Gard say they want a change in the law and 'will try and help anyone else who is in the same boat as us'.
Young people are giving up their time to provide comfort for care home residents living with dementia.
Professor Tipu Aziz and his team have inserted electrodes into 2,000 patients' brains.
About third of those arrested in England have mental health issues. The BBC met the nurses who help them.
Anna and Barbara Rozycki made headlines around the world following their birth in 1970.
Paddy and his mum visit schools to help challenge children's perceptions of disability.
One in five women in the UK are thought to have PCOS, a condition for which there’s no cure.
How bad is a lack of fitness in middle age and is it condemning you to bad health in the future?
More than 70% of births took place outside working hours in England, a study of five million births found.
More cases of the infection were diagnosed in England last year than at any point since WW2.
Artificial sweeteners offer a sweet taste without the calories, but are they healthy?
The London hospital has transformed eye care and saved the sight of millions since the start of the NHS.
Experts say there is no downplaying the trauma that taking a child away from a parent causes.
The government has dismissed calls to legalise cannabis for recreational use. What are the drug's risks?
As Lord Hague calls for a change in the law on cannabis, young people claim it is often seen as a "softer" stimulant.
It's 70 years since the start of the NHS. How have hospitals changed for child patients since 1948?
Hamish loves playing the game Fortnite. Does his brain show signs of addiction?
The debate on legalising cannabis has been reignited by the case of a 12-year-old boy with epilepsy.
Rates of attempted suicide among South Asian women are two-and-a-half times more than white women.
More and more people are buying plant-powered products. What’s behind the rise?
Crippling endometriosis led Katy to voluntarily go into menopause to give her reproductive system a break.
A mother and daughter both have a severe form of premenstrual syndrome.
Chris Chapman tells the BBC about the effect early-onset Alzheimer's has had on his family.
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