Assisted dying: public opinion
Views on a proposed law which would allow terminally ill adults to end their life
Assisted dying: doctors' views
Assisting another person's death is against UK law. What do doctors think about proposed changes?
The instincts of Charlie Gard's parents should echo in the courts
Connie Yates and Chris Gard wanted to take their child abroad for treatment they saw as a last resort.
Who should have the final say in the life of a child? The tragedy of Charlie Gard - a child with a rare, incurable condition - raises major questions
Animal research: Facts and figures
MMR Myths - the Wakefield Scandal
Fake research, false connections and panic.
Big pharma's worst nightmare
One man's fight against the medicine manufacturers who put profit before people's health.
If we screen out autism we run the risk of losing genius too
As the number of disorders identifiable by prenatal testing grows, the debate about how to handle them is intensifying
Letting the genetic genie out of the bottle
Once we allow the manipulation of human genes there is no going back. Are we prepared for the consequences?
Parents of a Down's child must make painful choices
While you can celebrate diversity, the lives of people with Down's syndrome will be tough and difficult
A better way of death
The story of three people with terminal illnesses who used social media to make something positive out of their dreadful situation
Doctors always listen to the child
Can a child, no matter how eloquent, really comprehend death? Doctor Max Pemberton discusses
Hannah Jones: 'I have been in hospital too much'
Imagine you are the child-protection officer listening to Hannah say she does not want a life-saving heart transplant
The NHS prioritising those with a 'healthy lifestyle'? I think there's enough stereotyping already
Bit tubby? Back of the queue. Smoker? Back of the queue. Drinker? Back of the queue. Natasha Devon was pre-judged because she was a 'big girl'. She nearly died