A study has identified genes that provide clues about why some people get seriously ill from Covid-19.
The Policy Exchange think tank wants local NHS to have more power and questions rise in national managers.
Masks are no longer required on many EU flights, but countries including Germany, Italy and Spain keep the rule.
The University of Leeds project will see heart monitors fitted under the skin of more than 100 men.
Not raising the fees for the first time in 12 years puts money back in people's pockets, ministers say.
With one in 10 deficient in vitamin D, the government is exploring new ways to boost the UK’s intake.
Aimee says the book will help her son understand why he "should be proud" of his heart surgery scar.
Boris Johnson is accused of "playing politics with children's health" after delaying new restrictions.
The cancer campaigner says the prince went "above and beyond" in visiting her to confer her damehood.
Deborah James' experience has raised questions about how good the UK is at spotting and treating the disease.
Just over two people in every hundred are infected with the virus in the UK, according to the ONS.
A royal radio broadcast urges people to get in touch with those who might be feeling isolated.
It could help thousands of women avoid invasive surgery, experts advising the NHS say.
Willow's parents drove her to hospital and were told she should not have been moved due to her injuries.
It will offer people in Bristol the chance to have illicit substances they are unsure of tested.
Emily Bristoe describes her pain as "horrible" and takes six tablets a day to cope with her symptoms.
A teenager's mum believes he would never have taken his own life if the right help was available.
Wealthier countries must share the cost of global vaccinations, tests and treatments, the former PM says.
New data shows a 77% spike in the number of safety incidents involving ambulances over the past year.
Paramedics say it can take hours to get people out of ambulances and into a hospital bed.
At the age of 13 Luke woke up in horrific pain and a decade on his condition is still undiagnosed.
The You, Me and the Big C presenter is receiving end-of-life care at home for bowel cancer.
There are 82,000 people living with the disease in NI, but a cancer charity issues a stark warning.
The cost of living crisis is turning transport costs into a luxury, a charity says.
People with serious mental health issues find it difficult to access help if they are in prison.
But scientists say any short-term protection against infection is likely to fall away quickly.
Stocks of brands such as Piriton are affected by an industry-wide shortage of a key ingredient.
Emma Malcomson wishes there was more understanding of the impact the condition has on her daily life.
Watchdog warns of "deepening crisis" in England as patients find it harder to access NHS treatment.
Cases are being detected worldwide but UK scientists are no clearer on what's behind the rise.
One in 33 is infected with the virus in the UK, according to the Office for National Statistics.
Nurses and healthcare assistants in Blackpool are charged with unlawful sedation of patients and theft.
It remains a legal requirement in health and care settings in Wales for at least three more weeks.
Emma Checkley was sunburnt as a child and developed skin cancer in the same spot in her 40s.
MP George Eustice has urged shoppers to choose supermarket own brands to help cut living costs.
These include deaths from Covid and from the indirect effects of the pandemic over two years worldwide.
NHS bosses are also recommending offering staff more overtime and scrapping caps on consultant hours.
Some students are "forced to choose between eating or passing finals" and others use food banks.
There is mounting evidence that a common adenovirus is linked to these rare cases.
Kimberley Bradley had her toes amputated on both feet and almost died but still considers herself lucky.
The World Health Organization's report on Europe targets new forms of buying and selling food.
The firm will reimburse travel costs for various treatments in the US, including abortion.
Brain-scanning technology is being used in the hope of finding ways to make contact sports safer.
Families have been working together to bring about change for people with Down's syndrome.
Figures from NHS England show 2.7million referrals were made for suspected cancer in the last year.
A new 3D female anatomy model is being used to teach first year medical students.
None of the affected children in the UK had been vaccinated because they were too young to be eligible.
Officials say women will only be be able to get three months' worth of certain HRT products at a time.
UK scientists are continuing to investigate the cause of a surge in liver inflammation in children.
Taking a plunge in cold water is increasingly popular, but what's the safest way to enjoy it?
Nearly 3,000 packets of morning-after pills have been sent to the country as rape reports rise.
The woman, who was from Manchester, died after paramedics were called to a riverside in Derbyshire.
A hospital chief executive's husband drove her to A&E because of concerns over long 999 waits.
The data comes as the government considers legalising e-scooters for road use in the next few months.
Pupils are sometimes in agony but unable to access an NHS dentist, the Sowerby Bridge school says.
An NHS mental health trust that has been the worst performing in England fails another inspection.
Current system said to be too adversarial, resulting in bitter and long legal fights with patients.
The number of Covid admissions in Scotland dropped from 1,603 to 851 over four weeks.
The first service of its kind in the UK aims to relieve pressure on GPs and the NHS.
A shortage of some hormone-replacement therapy has left some women struggling with menopause symptoms.
Scientists say a vaccine is needed due to increasing antibiotic resistance.