It's a landmark case but there are many unknowns.
Well-being is a subjective notion – but that doesn't mean it can't be quantified.
For years, social scientist have assumed that it's class that determines a person's health and well-being. Have they been barking up the wrong tree?
Misreporting on the ongoing debate is likely to lead to more deaths from cardiovascular disease.
New psychoactive substances, same problematic users.
A widely quoted study produced for the soft drinks industry made much of the costs, but downplayed the benefits, of a tax on sugary drinks.
A disease that we have known about for more than 100 years still defies proper description and a consensus on how to tackle it.
The pressure on new mums can be overwhelming, but culturally they are expected to go it alone.
Poor testing methods and antibiotic use by GPs and urologists has left thousands of women with crippling infections.
There's one important piece of the puzzle we're missing when it comes to antimicrobial resistance.
Does the growth of 'freebirthing' mean that women are rejecting professional advice? Or is there something else going on?
A new finding may shed light on how sleeping sickness has avoided elimination and could help finally beat the deadly disease.