While treats may be getting smaller - research has found that some prices are falling too.
While the US suffers an overdose epidemic, most of the world misses out on painkillers.
A London pastor is using religion and ex-gang members to convince people to turn their back on crime.
In Croatia, thousands of people with mental illness live in institutions. Now, finally, some have moved out into the community.
As a deadly disease spreads, the fight for a banana plantation in Mozambique might hold the key to saving the world's favourite fruit.
It's 15 years since disaster struck as the Columbia returned to Earth following a research mission.
Mum of three Vickie has used the ‘unschooling’ parenting method – which means she lets her kids decide what to eat, what to learn and when to go to bed.
Comedian Amy Vreeke has endometriosis and has written a comedy show about her condition.
A new BBC nature documentary is heading into uncharted territory.
Citizens Advice says that those who do not switch utilities are paying a price for loyalty.
Match of the Day pundits Danny Murphy and Ian Wright debate who won the 'transfer triangle' involving Arsenal, Chelsea and Borussia Dortmund.
A speech by the head of Ofsted is previewed, while other headlines focus on F1's decision to stop using models and the BBC pay row.
Christian Eriksen scores one of the fastest goals in Premier League history as Tottenham stun Manchester United at Wembley.
Facebook chief executive Mark Zuckerberg said 2017 was a strong but "hard" year.
The attire is in support of a movement against sexual harassment founded by Hollywood figures.
Bournemouth stun Chelsea to secure their first away win in seven Premier League matches with a three-goal victory at Stamford Bridge.
Jeremy Bowen speaks to the father of Ahed Tamimi and a member of the Israeli parliament.
The PM says EU nationals arriving after the UK's exit should not automatically expect full rights.
The bureau publicly came out against the memo after the White House signalled it would release it.
Lord Bates told fellow peers he intended to resign after the "discourtesy" of arriving late to a session.