The change will apply to contacts of coronavirus cases and people quarantining after travel.
Six-year-old Cohen survives off the machines in his home and his mum's energy bills could rise to more than £3,000 a year.
The presenter has gone viral on TikTok talking about his experience following a high-speed car crash in 2006.
When ambulance crews bring patients to hospital they are meant to be able to handover their patients to A&E staff within 15 minutes.
A special body suit for people with cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and strokes has had some remarkable results.
Exposure to mould can cause respiratory illnesses, allergies and asthma, and can sometimes be fatal.
Why have some people never had Covid and can that lead to better vaccines?
Jan Ehtash endured strange and unsettling visions as she battled Covid in a south London hospital.
The BBC's health and science correspondent undergoes an experiment to find out how a cold home affects him.
Nurses belonging to the Royal College of Nursing union have voted to strike.
The BBC's Laura Foster tests your knowledge in this video quiz, with five questions on nurses' pay.
Nurses have voted to strike. How much do they earn at the moment?
Some Ugandans have been attacking the government's efforts, even denying the Ebola virus's existence.
But pharmacies say they are having to work hard to obtain stocks and some lines are unavailable.
The number of people dying rose by 27% between 2019 and 2021, to more than 9,000.
A shortage of beds and huge demand is causing severe overcrowding and delays in A&E.
Health officials advise warming living rooms in the day and bedrooms at night in the cold spell.
An innovative scheme in Manchester is pioneering a new way to make sure patients get the best care possible.
Many surgeries are struggling to deal with increased demands as strep A cases rise, doctors say.
Infection rates up slightly in England and Northern Ireland, according to the latest ONS figures.
Sixteen children have now died with invasive strep A since September, health officials say.
About one in 35 people in the UK have the virus, the Office for National Statistics suggests.
"People under 40 can certainly get Parkinson's," says ex-rugby player trying to cope with disease.
Patients in more deprived parts of England feel the most let down by a lack of access to care.
Ambulance delays and waiting lists are driving excess cardiac deaths, the British Heart Foundation says.
In a trial, 25mg of psilocybin put patients in a dreamlike state, making therapy more likely to succeed.
Challenge facing health service greater than it was at peak of pandemic, says Amanda Pritchard.
Sianny Thomas says gummy sweets were the only only thing she could eat without being in pain.
In Lothian, care homes are used as a temporary measure to help rehabilitate patients before they go home.
They should fall under the same UK legal age restrictions as cigarettes and vapes, say campaigners.
The flu season has started early and some young children under five are ending up in hospital.
Doctors are concerned the tests can put extra pressures on GPs and cause anxiety for patients.
Care Quality Commission raises concern over the organisational culture at NHS Blood and Transplant.
Scientists say they now understand more about the mysterious role of epigenetics in cancer growth.
Some 3.2m adults struggle to afford basic hygiene products leading to shame and exclusion, charity says.
Unison is urging nurses, paramedics, porters and cleaners to walkout over a below-inflation pay rise.
The siblings were born just 22 weeks and five days into their mother's pregnancy.
New research shows a genetic link between African ancestry and triple negative breast cancer.
Any cuts in funding in next week's spending announcement will hit poorest people hardest, warn experts.
The move is intended to help health workers on the lowest pay.
The aim is to uncover better ways to prevent, spot and treat diseases like dementia and cancer.
Hundreds of people with hard-to-treat epilepsy will benefit from the innovative treatment.
Test blood samples were transferred between its pathology unit and the Saxon Clinic, the trust says.
Young people speak to Newsbeat about how rising prices are impacting the food they can eat.
Patients using Targocid powder at home are advised to check the batch number.
Cases have climbed quickly in the past week, suggesting the season has already begun, say officials.
Around 1 in 4 people in Lincolnshire reported feeling lonely some of the time during the pandemic.
The system can no longer operate effectively, the Care Quality Commission warns, as delays mount.
Mutations that saved lives from the plague are causing auto-immune diseases today.
A cross-party group says patients are receiving an unacceptably poor service amid a shortage of GPs.
Spending time with active people could be key to kick-starting a workout regime, research suggests.
Getting less than this may increase the risk of a multitude of chronic conditions, say researchers.
BBC News hears concerns from families and staff that problems continue at East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust.
Symptoms can start in your 40s - here's our guide to what happens in the run-up to periods stopping.
A man with prostate cancer says being in a hormone drug trial has given him "years of good health".
Life expectancy improved last year in some European countries but not in others, researchers say.
Alpha Solway is to shut a new plant built to cope with the Covid pandemic, with the loss of 65 jobs.
Two people explain the worries the row over benefit rises is having on their lives.
Campaigners urge the government to pay for a drug they say will help protect vulnerable people this winter.
BioNTech's mRNA cancer trials started long before the pandemic, and have shown some early encouraging signals.
Workers at 11 ambulance trusts will vote on whether to take strike action in a dispute over pay.