More than 20 people with Clostridium difficile have been saved in the West Midlands by feeding them liquid faeces.
Two workers were accidentally entombed inside the ballast tank of a nuclear submarine, it emerges.
The most senior woman bishop in the Church of England is being consecrated at Canterbury Cathedral later.
Data from tests on the most promising drug used in treating people with Alzheimer's disease will be presented at a conference later.
The Greek parliament will vote on a second set of structural reforms needed to secure an €86bn bailout from its eurozone creditors.
The number of suicides by UK mental health patients has reached a 10-year high, new research suggests.
How a hospital cut sick leave through exercise
The 48 hours that unnerved a city
Having regular sugary drinks can increase the chance of developing type 2 diabetes, even for slim people, researchers say.
A type of diabetes drug may provide a glimmer of hope in the fight against Parkinson's disease, research in the journal Plos One suggests.
Ukraine is facing tough economic times
The Associated Press archives reveal videos featuring self-driving cars, a robot lawnmower and the hovercraft.
A "near miss" between a passenger jet and a drone has prompted a warning about using the hobby aircraft safely.
My disastrous attempt to climb a 170ft chimney
What could be the world's oldest fragments of the Koran have been found by the University of Birmingham.
What do the recent dramatic events in China's stock market reveal about the country and its ongoing economic reforms?
Comedians should tackle issues such as depression as there is no subject that is beyond being joked about, Richard Herring tells Victoria Derbyshire.
Teaser deals in adverts are masking the long-term cost of broadband packages, a charity has claimed.
Students who lost work in the Glasgow School of Art fire are to show new work made through a special programme set up to help them.
Scotland's retailers blame poor weather and a decline in consumer confidence for a further fall in sales.