The change will apply to contacts of coronavirus cases and people quarantining after travel.
More and more people will get sick as they choose between skipping meals or heating homes, the warning says.
Care homes residents and housebound people will be the first to receive a jab in England.
Competition is fierce for doctor training places, but ministers say limit on numbers must stay.
Diagnoses of dementia rose after two years but other issues like depression fell away, research found.
Isolating from pets when infected and disposing of rubbish carefully is important, health experts say.
Actor Rose Ayling-Ellis worked on the creation of the doll, saying "it's quite powerful" and "such a big deal."
A new bivalent vaccine made by Moderna that targets two Covid-19 variants has been approved in the UK.
UK Health Security Agency says clinics could run out of vaccine supplies by the end of August.
Vaccine will be available to use as part of the UK's autumn booster campaign against coronavirus.
Many BAME patients waiting for a donor kidney are blood type B so development could be 'game-changer'
Some types of mental health medication may make it difficult for the body to regulate temperature.
Health service chiefs have promised some 7,000 extra beds in England to tackle increased demands.
The antibody injection had promised a protection boost to those with conditions such as blood cancer.
Stocks of the vaccine run low in the UK, with a new batch not due to arrive until next month.
Official figures from NHS England suggest high demand for emergency services and hospitals.
A million children, aged one to nine, will be offered a jab in the next month after virus found in sewage.
The singer and actress spent years raising money to fund cancer research.
The New York State medic says there could be hundreds, or even thousands, of infected people there.
The health secretary says hospitals could face "very serious challenges" this autumn and winter.
In 2015, Andrea Sheardown was diagnosed with a rare liver cancer and given just six weeks to live.
A new report highlights a significant risks to patient safety at the Denbighshire hospital A&E.
Two doses are now given but experts say one shot is enough to give protection against cervical cancer.
There is widespread scepticism over North Korea's claim to have the world's lowest Covid death rate.
The number of people with the virus has fallen by more than half a million in a week, statistics show
The steroid injection is available on prescription for some treatments but not hay fever.
A study some claim debunks antidepressants has gone viral. Was it read wrong?
Sexual health charities call on the government to take firmer action to control the outbreak.
Half of the 10 specialist centres planned to create more capacity for operations face delays.
Experts believe similar technology can improve care, reassure patients and cut waiting lists.
Boris Johnson said he was "immensely grateful" for Sir Patrick's advice and expertise during the pandemic.
The morale of junior doctors will be damaged by a lower pay rise than other staff, hospitals in England say.
Study could transform access to organs for transplant by reversing some of the damage caused after death.
Davy Zyw did not think he would still be alive four years after being told he has motor neurone disease.
Health officials are urging vaccinations against polio after the first US case in a decade was found.
Disabled mum-of-three Sarah-Victoria Bayley, 39, is a finalist in the nationwide beauty pageant.
Harmful body expectations mean ads should carry warnings if model photos are digitally altered, MPs say.
St Giles Hospice says the experiences help patients escape the realities of their situation.
A lawyer representing some claimants says they should receive compensation "immediately".
University student Shauna Lennon from County Tyrone was involved a serious car accident last year.
Inquiry judge recommends first ever compensation for more than 4,000 victims of scandal.
About 3.2 million are thought to have the virus - a drop of more than half a million on the previous week.
Scientists say a strain of herpes arose during vast migrations of people 5,000 years ago.
Medics are on alert for cases of the rare infection that cause can be serious and even deadly to some people.
A man who has had HIV since the 1980s had a bone marrow transplant from a donor resistant to the virus.
IT servers at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London stopped working during last week's heatwave.
Forecasters say heavy home drinking in England is to blame - but it's not too late to address the issue.
One mother speaks about giving birth in "nightmare" circumstances during the pandemic.
Staff who have quit the NHS say pay, pressure and conditions contributed to their decision.
UK experts saw they can now explain the recent spate of mysterious liver problems in young children.
Claims about health concerns and legal rights are intensifying the strength of feeling.
Experts say that climate change could lengthen hay fever season and increase pollen potency.
A new law would give parents with babies in neonatal units up to an extra 12 weeks of paid leave.
Volunteer builders carried out a home extension for a man with a debilitating neurological condition.
Latest figures show around 5.8% of the population has coronavirus compared with 5.4% a week earlier.
The 79-year-old is experiencing mild symptoms and will continue to work, the White House says.
UK public inquiry launches with promise of robust probe into whether more could have been done.
A patient on the trial says his life now feels "completely normal", having grown up fearing getting hurt.
NHS bosses have no extra money for wage increase, as nurses union ballots members over industrial action.
Liverpool hairdresser Zoe, who has endometriosis, shares her experience with two clients.
It is linked to a rise in exotic pet ownership and some of those bitten include teens and small children.