New figures from the UK's fertility watchdog include a rising number of women over 45 using donor eggs and 20 per cent increase in same-sex female couples having treatment.
The consequences of global warming are expected to be far-reaching, long-lasting and, in many cases, devastating.
Only a fifth of women report their sex lives return to normal after going through the menopause, and 44 per cent said it put a strain on their relationship, a poll by Balance Activ found.
Scottish NHS workers Mary Doogan and Connie Wood, pictured, argued they are entitled to refuse to supervise or support staff or patients during the abortion process on religious grounds.
A survey by health campaigners found that nearly three quarters of all restaurants and takeaway pizzas - 586 out of 802 - surveyed contain more salt than recommended for a day.
Speaking at a conference in London, Sir Bruce Keogh said: 'The system is creaking, it is under pressure at the moment.' Others blamed ambulances being called by NHS 111 operators.
Global warming is the gradual heating of Earth's surface, oceans and atmosphere.
University of Michigan researchers say the dip in two key hormones may help men prepare for bonding with their babies - as well as stop them from straying.
The WHO director general Margaret Chan warned the collapse of health systems and the suspension of malaria programmes in West Africa is 'threatening to reverse recent gains' against malaria.
Scientists from Imperial College London and the University of Glasgow found overweight people ate nearly a sixth less from an all-you-can-eat buffet when the new powder was added to their food.
Funnel-web spiders build funnels out of their webs. Some of these spiders are among the most venomous in the world.
A study by scientists at Queen's University in Ontario, Canada found fears the HPV vaccine would promote sexual promiscuity in young girls are unfounded.
The human brain is the command center for the human nervous system.
When excited parents Beverley Winter, 20, and Ben Platt, from Stockport, went to discover the sex of their baby at their 20-week scan, the ultrasound revealed he had a heart-shaped head.
Experts said the surge in young boys self-harming, shown by Health and Social Care Information Centre figures, is due to bullying, stress at school and sexual pressure.
Properties, sources and uses of the element silver.
One-year-old Harmonie-Rose Allen, from Bath, Somerset, learned to crawl again despite doctors warning her parents she had only a 10 per cent chance of survival.
Around half a million Britons have arthritis of the big toe — now, a new implant can end the pain and stiffness this causes. Val Cornwall, 67, a retired carer, had the operation in February 2011.
The former Desperate Housewives was an aerobics instructor before she became famous. She goes to the gym four days a week to do cardio, yoga and strength training, and also runs.
Fizzy drinks and sweet treats should be doubled in price to prevent an epidemic of tooth decay, according to researchers from the London School of Hygiene and Medicine.
Everyday items such as make-up, perfume and plastic containers could be behind a surge in the incidence of asthma in children, researchers warned yesterday.
Affects mostly women age 30-50
Catherine Powell from Alsager, Cheshire, was a secret eater who used to hide chocolate in her fridge vegetable drawer. She slimmed down from a size 28 to a size 8 after a heart attack scare.
Beth Prout, 57, from Pembroke has a rare form of stomach lining cancer and needs specialist care available at only two hospitals in England. Welsh NHS bosses have so far refused to cover the cost.
Musician James Morgan, now 44, initially blamed the tremors on drinking too much, but after a series of tests found he had Young Onset Parkinson's.
Dario Gradi was diagnosed with heart valve disease. The condition is surprisingly common, affecting around one million people aged 65 and over in the UK.
In a world first, Oxford scientists have created a new map of places most at risk of an Ebola outbreak. They warn regions likely to be home to animals harbouring the virus are more widespread than previously feared, particularly in West Africa.
The infection, which usually causes boils and abscesses, is easily spread in changing rooms, a Public Health England investigation at a rugby club found.
People who take benzodiazepines have a significantly higher risk of developing Alzheimer's. An estimated 1.5 million people in the UK, mainly the over-65s, are taking benzodiazepines.
Dr Mike Super's team from the Harvard Wyss Institute in Boston have built a dialysis-like device that removes germs and poisons from the blood.
By the time his father Trevor, 67, was diagnosed with a brain tumour in 2012 Simon Router, 38, from Luton, weighed 28st. A year later his mother Valerie discovered she had cervical cancer.
The new technology, developed by scientists at the University of Birmingham, could lead to breathalysers being used at football and rugby matches.
Dr James Brown from Aston University revealed moderate exercise each day is the equivalent to a wonder drug to combat obesity, diabetes, some cancers, depression and anxiety.
Researchers at the Mayo Clinic in the U.S. found gaining just five pounds can increase a person's blood pressure, putting them at risk of other health problems.
Doctors have called for greater regulation after a two-year-old was rushed to the Good Hope Hospital in Birmingham and nearly died after swallowing nicotine from an e-cigarette.
Often surgeons are left completely unaware their patients are awake, because they are unable to move or make a sound.
Vasalgel, pictured, is a 'polymer hydrogel' that is injected into the tube that sperm pass through to reach the penis. U.S. developers behind the injection hope it will be available by 2017.
Researchers from the Helmholtz Zentrum Munchen Research Centre in Germany say microbes present in animal skin could help protect against allergies.
Scientists at University College London put eight probiotic products through three tests to assess their health benefts but found that only one passed them all.
Doctors are being urged to cut costs by slashing the number of patients they send for cancer tests, a report by Cancer Research UK has warned.
Nichola Baird, 30, from Hebburn, Tyne and Wear gave birth to twins Kyle and Jake 23 weeks into her pregnancy. They arrived weighing just over 1lb each and needed life-saving operations.
JENNIFER PRICE suffered the same extreme sickness as the Duchess of Cambridge, and her symptoms were so bad she decided not to have any more than two children.
Alex Bellis was taken to casualty in Wrexham Maelor Hospital at 9pm on Saturday after he fell and cut his head on a wrought iron table - but he was not seen until 7am the next morning.
Scots scientists have now found there is no such thing and people are not ‘addicted' to sugar or fat in the way drug addicts are to heroin or cocaine.
The World Health Organisation said a new black market for an Ebola 'treatment' is emerging in which the blood of survivors, which could contain other infections, is being illicitly traded.
An elderly woman from Orlando claims hospital staff failed to properly document a mix up in which she was misdiagnosed with cancer and underwent surgery to remove half her rectum.