How did the Scottish capital become known as the Aids capital of Europe in the 1980s? The answer lies somewhere between Tory austerity, the 1979 Islamic Revolution and pioneering research.
Colourblind Jonathan Jones, 12, had his world brightened when he tried on a special pair of glasses.
Two cannabis-based medicines were approved for epilepsy and multiple sclerosis patients have been approved by NHS England.
Web Summit 2019: AI and drug development mark new era for pharma
Biohackers believe that we should be using all the technology available to make our bodies and minds work the best they can in everyday life. And they held a summit about it in Helsinki over the weekend. We went to meet them.
Whilst I agree that funding is certainly one of the main foundations needed to implement free access to the HIV-prevention drug, I would argue that this issue is very much engrained in societal attitudes towards gay and bisexual men, as well as broader government policies concerning LGBT rights.
New research has found that smoking and unhealthy living has a far worse impact on women than men.
The NHS is developing a £50 million framework for robotic surgical equipment. Surgeons use computers to operate four robotic arms, which are used to control instruments.
Eliska was born on August 15. Her mother, 27, was declared brain dead on April 21.
FaceApp has taken the world by storm in the last week, giving users the chance to see themselves age through its algorithm. [...] It turns out we are more interested in ageing than we realised.
Safa and Marwa were born as craniopagus twins — joined at the head. They were separated in London after four operations and 55 hours of operating time.
Vincent Lambert, a quadriplegic Frenchman who has been in a vegetative state for more than 10 years, has died.
Researchers said on Wednesday a vaccination against HPV is having a major impact on stopping infections and should significantly reduce cases of the disease within a decade.
An anaesthetist in France is suspected of poisoning patients during surgery to trigger heart failures and then heroically bring them back from death's doorstep.
Eight babies were cured by the experimental treatment.
Patients in Europe are unable to access the medicines they need, failed by an inconsistent system across the EU. A progressive plan for the future of healthcare provision across the continent is much needed.
While there is no scientific proof the devices work, researchers are now starting clinical trials.
The latest technique to slay anxiety, emotional blockages and stress
Rabia and Rukia are conjoined at the head, an extremely rare event that occurs in about one in 2.5 million live births.
The company Emergency Food Storage says Brits are buying 25 'Brexit boxes' every day.
Britain's government has previously urged the health sector to stockpile medical supply as drugs could be severely restricted in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Yefim Shubentsov claims to have cured 167,000 people from addiction by manipulating their energies.
The University of Lille is the latest European higher education institution to suspend its provision of training in homeopathy. Is the tide turning against a complementary medical practice that relies on the "memory" of the remedies it proposes? We investigate.
What is causing men in Europe to die at young ages, how does men’s health differ across the region, and what can be done to address the issue?
From amethysts to agates or quartz, crystals have always exerted a strange fascination on mankind.
What's it like to be one of 100 people in the world who suffer from a rare rapid-ageing condition? Sammy Basso shares his experiences with Euronews.