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The new £800m South Glasgow Hospitals Campus is to be handed over to Greater Glasgow and Clyde Health Board.
A two-year-old girl who was born with a serious heart defect has had a life-saving operation thanks to a 3D printer.
American researchers say they have confirmed a link between high doses of some over-the-counter medicines and dementia, the BBC's Sophie Hutchinson reports.
How accessible are the UK's music venues to wheelchair users and other people with disabilities?
People who help those with Ebola in West Africa have to overcome not just the danger of that role, but also stigma and social isolation.
Persistent heartburn could be a sign of cancer, doctors warn, as a new campaign is launched to make people more aware of the signs.
BBC Inside Out follows injured soldier and Afghanistan war hero Ben Parkinson as he embarks on pioneering oxygen treatment for his brain injury.
The mother of a teenage girl who was held in a police cell for 48 hours because there was no hospital bed available has called for more to be done to help young people with mental health problems.
The first Briton to be diagnosed with Ebola in the UK has been given the all clear and discharged from hospital.
The Royal College of General Practitioners is to launch a campaign to recruit more GPs amid warnings that at least 10,000 extra GPs will be needed by 2020.
Our eyes are key to resetting our body clocks. So what happens to people who can't see anything at all?
Actors Ray Winstone and Amanda Redman are helping the armed forces to get involved in theatre.
Fiona Trott reports from James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough which is using special winter wards to ease bed blocking in other parts of the hospital, including A&E.
Sam Barton, who has spent over £50,000 on cosmetic surgery and was unhappy with some of the results and plastic surgeon Gary Ross talk about the potential pitfalls of cosmetic procedures.
The BBC's Laura Bicker spent the day with a Scottish GP who has returned to the UK after joining volunteers battling Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Talks to avert a 12-hour strike next Thursday by NHS staff in England and Northern Ireland are continuing on Friday.
A group of Edinburgh men in their 70s and 80s explain why they have been playing squash for decades.
Cigarettes will have to be sold in non-branded packaging by May 2016, according to the government.
Doctors in Peru are testing a portable device that can treat women at risk of cervical cancer - before the cancer develops.
Doctors could spot twice as many heart attacks in women by using a newer, more sensitive blood test, a study claims.