Two reviews of the UK's coroner service said that an independent national coroner service was needed. So why hasn't the advice been heeded?
SAD has entered popular mythology, but that doesn't make it real.
The MHRA has opened an inquiry on the once popular pregnancy test pills. Did they really cause birth defects in children born in the 1970s?
Effective altruists say you should make the greatest difference – here's a better way to get people giving.
The Catholic church must recognise its teachings are out of step with reality if ZIka is to be prevented from taking hold in Latin America.
Once the stuff of tweeting birds and rolling cartoon eyes, bumps on the head are now linked to dementia. Will Smith's latest movie tells how sports authorities tried to cover it up.
There's a new Top Gear presenter in town. First tip: keep your eyes on the road ...
Zika virus and microcephaly are firmly linked, but scientists are still trying to prove that it has caused the condition.
If it sounds too good to be true ...
Brazil faces an uphill struggle with Zika – here's what's happening on the ground already.
Too much background noise has been linked to heart disease, strokes and even holding back children's learning.
Some have criticised the idea of birth control to counter small heads in babies thought to be linked to Zika virus but it's an opportunity.
Zika is quite different to Ebola – and experts would do well to wait before making recommendations this time.
They're flying off the shelves but here's what you need to know about whether fitness tracking devices work.