Only those who are well can travel, and they will be quarantined on their return, it is understood.
The World Health Organization says "radical change" is needed before it is too late
The trial suggested more people fitted with stents were dying after three years than those given surgery.
One woman, who has waited over two years to be seen, said it had left her suicidal.
"Remember anxiety is created by you," the YouTuber told 3.7 million followers on Twitter.
Thousands of Americans die from kidney failure each year, but efforts to find organ donors remain contentious.
The chief executive of charity Hft said running the services was costing it £5,000 a week.
Scans suggest people who show antisocial behaviour throughout life have some brain abnormalities.
Results are available in minutes as Glasgow tackles the worst outbreak of the infection in decades.
The Foreign Office is contacting the 74 people trapped in Japan to ask if they want to fly home.
The doctor worked at the same private healthcare firm as rogue breast surgeon Ian Paterson.
More than 100 people remain in quarantine in a hotel after arriving from China last weekend.
The fertility expert Lord Winston warns the success rate could be as low as 1% but others say it is considerably higher.
Anthea Smith tells the BBC's Laura Mcmullan, who also had skin cancer, that she used sunbeds for years.
China-based student Kem Senoua is the first African known to have contracted the virus - he spoke to the BBC.
People are urged to get two doses of the MMR vaccine to maximise protection against the viral illness.
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Five million healthy volunteers will be used to map signs of the disease years before symptoms develop.
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Key maps and graphics explaining how the Covid-19 virus has spread and how it is being dealt with.
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The disease is one of three protected by the MMR jab - and the fate of the two are closely linked.
The disease, which normally affects people later in life, forced Ryan to make a "scary" decision.
Gwyneth Paltrow's exploration of alternative therapies has angered critics, including the NHS.
Martin Hywood's prolific charity fundraising caught the attention of famous comedian Jon Richardson.
More than 1,500 GP surgeries have signed up to encourage patients to take part in their local parkrun.
Prince William has launched a new initiative aimed at normalising conversations about mental health.
Machines that can help detect the deadly blood condition are being installed in a Glasgow hospital.
A Canadian scheme tries to stabilise alcoholics by giving them measured amounts of booze each day.
Professional musician Dagmar Turner was diagnosed with a large brain tumour in 2013.
Helen Gittos lost her baby Harriet when she was eight days old, and she believes the death was preventable.
The BBC meets the medics and lawyers across America who are using the app to help educate the public.
The BBC's Fergus Walsh assesses the chances of contracting Covid-19 in the UK and the best ways to avoid it.
Parents Vicky and Jamie Mogridge-Percy say it was a difficult journey before Arthur arrived via IVF.