'Stress cardiomyopathy' is a recognised medical condition and it's numbers have soared since the world locked down.
Flashy branded painkillers can cost more than double their no frill counterparts, so is there any difference to quality?
'Stress cardiomyopathy' is a recognised medical condition.
One in eight women in the UK and US develop the disease at some point in their life.
The memory-robbing disease is incurable, with treatments focusing on easing symptoms.
Advocates claim injuring the uterus lining makes it more receptive to an embryo.
One expert said he is a 'sceptic about all of this'.
The 1918 pandemic left some with Parkinson's-like symptoms.
Amy Bartlett has endured two years of chemotherapy after being diagnosed with the disease aged 12.
Non-generic over-the-counter drugs can cost significantly more.
The 'good bacteria' can be taken as supplements, or found naturally in yoghurts or fermented foods.
The Academy Award winning actor caught the infection while filming in Australia in March.
Lockdown meant up to 2 million routine breast, bowel and cervical screenings were postponed.
The foreign office’s advice to avoid all but essential travel will be lifted for some countries on 4 July.
It is generally defined as sudden confusion, with some sufferers even hallucinating.
Logan Maclean died less than a year after he was diagnosed with the brain tumour diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma.
More than 100,000 strokes occur every year in the UK.
Rachael Bailey, 25, developed a tingling sensation in her legs on a night out.
One in two people in the UK born after 1960 will be diagnosed with cancer at some point in their life.
The vast majority of people who have died with the infection worldwide were elderly.
Most adults need between six and nine hours of shut-eye a night.
The global death toll has exceeded 511,000.
Deliveroo has joined up with Lloyds Pharmacy to drop off more than 50 medical supplies.
Access to IVF may be a postcode lottery.
Scientists described the device as 'inexpensive, flexible and highly durable'.