Just living a normal life was the biggest hope, now Alex will take on the world on the slopes.
The NHS England said 91,000 appointments and procedures were cancelled due to the walkout this week.
Researchers say there is an urgent need to change how the condition is tackled as it rises worldwide.
A cross-party group of MPs found evidence of care benefits in countries that allow assisted dying.
Many countries have legalised assisted dying, assisted suicide or euthanasia, which are different.
Young people are being encouraged to have the MMR jab, as cases of measles rise across England.
Health officials want to remind busy parents in England of the serious risks if vaccinations are missed.
Fewer smokers see vapes as less harmful, despite evidence tobacco is far less healthy, data suggests.
Cognitive behavioural therapy and mindfulness can help with low mood and anxiety, research suggests.
Ministers fear that the relatively cheap cost of vaping makes it more accessible for young people.
Vaping is far safer than smoking but the government wants to stop the sale of vapes to children
The record-breaking donation came from a 93-year-old former professor, who is the widow of a wealthy investor.
Writer Bryony Gordon opens up on her OCD, food addiction and health inequality.
Being diagnosed with cancer during treatment for another condition is something many experience.
The second round of public hearings examined how ministers made decisions during the pandemic.
A group of teenagers in Fife have been making a documentary about the impact of disposable vapes.
The PM says he tries to fast at the start of the week so he can indulge in his “weakness for sugary things” on other days.
The BBC's Kirsten Campbell outlines what can be expected during three weeks of evidence held in Edinburgh.
No Covid restrictions are in place across the UK, so how should you manage having it?
Arriving amongst protests, Rishi Sunak defends his time as chancellor during the pandemic, as he gives evidence to the Covid inquiry.
The ex-children's commissioner in England says most senior officials did not put children first.
Hospital admissions have risen since the summer and a new variant is spreading. Should we be concerned?
Vaccines for the most vulnerable will start being given in September instead of October in England.
Experts are not too concerned about a new variant of Covid but say monitoring should continue.
The BBC asked two junior doctors in England to show us their payslips and reveal their salaries.
The appeal is clear - but should we be turning to appetite-suppressing injections?