Chlamydia vaccine ‘shows promise’

Canadian researchers have developed a promising vaccine prototype against chlamydia, a study in mice suggests.

Canadian researchers have developed a promising vaccine prototype against chlamydia, a study in mice suggests.

One mother, six twins

Danesha Couch from Kansas City tells BBC News she feels “blessed” after giving birth to her third set of twins on 17 June.

Danesha Couch from Kansas City tells BBC News she feels “blessed” after giving birth to her third set of twins on 17 June.

‘Disabled are treated like second-class citizens’

David Isaac the new chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission has described disability rights in the UK as a badge of shame.

David Isaac the new chair of the Equality and Human Rights Commission has described disability rights in the UK as a badge of shame.

Summer heat tips and myths: Should you strip off in the heat?

As summer temperatures across parts of the UK soar, Dr Angie Bone of Public Health England offers some tips and dispels some myths on staying cool.

As summer temperatures across parts of the UK soar, Dr Angie Bone of Public Health England offers some tips and dispels some myths on staying cool.

US ‘committed to Aids funding’

Deborah Birx, global Aids co-coordinator for the US, soothes fears that HIV funding would be slashed if Donald Trump became president.

Deborah Birx, global Aids co-coordinator for the US, soothes fears that HIV funding would be slashed if Donald Trump became president.

Nice attack mum: ‘My kids can’t get an NHS counsellor’

A British tourist who was in Nice during the Bastille attacks, has told 5 live how her kids have been put on a waiting list for counselling.

A British tourist who was in Nice during the Bastille attacks, has told 5 live how her kids have been put on a waiting list for counselling.

Royal College of Nursing concern over fall in district nurses in Wales

The number of district nurses in Wales falls to its lowest level in six years, prompting concern patients who are cared for at home could be at risk.

The number of district nurses in Wales falls to its lowest level in six years, prompting concern patients who are cared for at home could be at risk.

Academies warn Brexit ‘damaging science’

An open letter to the government from UK academies representing science, medicine and engineering warns that Brexit is already harming science.

An open letter to the government from UK academies representing science, medicine and engineering warns that Brexit is already harming science.