The decision on liothyronine was part of a wider prescribing review by NHS England.
The regulator has found many residential rehab clinics are not providing safe or good quality care.
Two hospitals in Leicester and London are now being allowed to continue to provide complex heart surgery.
Charges after death and over-the-top upfront fees for self-funders highlighted by the markets watchdog.
A study shows more men with heart disease were prematurely bald or grey than had other characteristics.
One man says the revelation split his family, while a woman says she is now closer to her mother because of it.
Half the people on one study halved the number of migraines they had each month.
"Serious concerns" are raised over the filming of TV documentary about stillbirths at a maternity unit.
Minimum alcohol pricing is "unprecedented" and "impossible to predict", warns a free market think-tank.
Developing brain circuits shape how adolescents approach their goals, say US psychologists.
Men will no longer require a GP's prescription to obtain the impotence drug, regulators have decided.
The family hoping the new film Wonder will challenge preconceptions about facial disfigurement.
BBC News NI investigation finds some staff are working 80-hour weeks, often without any breaks.
Experts are unable to explain why the contagious disease is on the increase in England.
All unexpected baby deaths and serious injuries to be independently investigated in the future.