NHS bosses urge extreme caution over moving areas to lower tiers when England's measures are reviewed.
The BMA doctors' union says the 3% pay rise offer for NHS staff in England is "bitterly disappointing".
The device avoids clogging by using friction instead of suction, similar to the way a parasitoid wasp lays its eggs.
Cases continue to increase, with more rises possible once the impact of easing restrictions kicks in.
Phil Lloyd, from NG Healthcare, said staff did everything they could to stop the virus spreading.
Parents are warned to look out for signs of RSV, after lockdown disrupted its normal winter spread.
BBC Radio 5 Live speaks to former sportsmen and women and their families about how concussion has changed their lives.
Everyone in this age group should be cautious when socialising, officials say, and get two jabs.
Admissions soared during the pandemic, and NHS bosses warn they are running out of beds.
There has been little effort to protect athletes or track concussion problems, an MPs' inquiry says.
NHS data shows a 50% increase in eating disorder admissions in 2020-21 among under-19s compared to the year before.
Bad housing and deprivation are a toxic mix for health, says England's chief medical officer.
Face coverings became optional in many settings in England on Monday - what's the evidence for them?
Mask wearing will be mandatory in public indoor settings again after a rise in Jersey Covid cases.
Three people who were told to shield during lockdown share their concerns as rules are eased in England.
What impact do high temperatures have on our bodies?
The vaccines minister says children with health conditions will be offered the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine
Hundreds of thousands of children at higher risk from coronavirus infection will be offered a Covid vaccine in the UK.
The vaccines minister tells BBC Breakfast he has received expert advice on which children might benefit.
Quarantine could end for fully-vaccinated health workers in England if services are under pressure.
Campaigners say millions have not had even one vaccine dose, raising concerns for their communities.
More than two-thirds of people have had both doses as England prepares for rules to ease on Monday.
Researchers from across the UK will investigate everything from brain fog to ongoing breathlessness.
The number of Covid patients in Bradford Royal Infirmary is rising sharply - and half are unvaccinated.
Lauren and Angelica-Jane fear the end of restrictions will be challenging for their mental health.
The Covid vaccine is now being offered to all over 18s. So what has uptake been like for young people?
Cases of norovirus are going up with a number of outbreaks caused by the vomiting bug in recent weeks, say officials.
Cases have risen again in many regions, data reveals, ahead of England dropping most Covid rules on Monday.
It comes as the UK recorded nearly 50,000 new cases on Thursday - the highest number since January.
A therapy made from a patient’s own blood is being trialled to treat lung scarring from Covid.
Plans to outlaw the practice in England and Wales have been tabled in Parliament.
Those not fully vaccinated will be asked to test at home as an alternative to mandatory isolation.
Henry Dimbleby led an independent review into the food we eat, which suggests sugar and salt should be taxed.
Food entrepreneur Henry Dimbleby calls on England to "seize the moment" to build a better food system.
Doctors and midwives warn Covid poses a greater risk to women in the later stages of pregnancy.
Despite services recovering quickly there are still thousands waiting for organs, report says.
A potential triple whammy of viruses prompts calls for more testing to reduce spread this autumn.
Hospitals in the north-east of England are facing a new surge of cases.
Bryson has cerebral palsy but had always wanted to walk the half-mile journey like his classmates.
South Tyneside saw 1,359 cases per 100,000 people in a week, making it the highest in England.
But Conservative MPs criticise the government for not publishing an impact assessment before the vote.
Campaigner delighted after doctors told to offer pain relief for all coil fittings.
The England captain said he wanted to "put a smile" on the family's faces ahead of Sunday's final.
Scientists say early research findings could lead to a diagnostic test for those with long-term symptoms.
After being sick for 16 months, BBC journalist Lucy Adams tries to find out what’s behind her symptoms.
Sajid Javid says waiting list projections "shocked me the most" in his first days as health secretary.
Simultaneous infections are rare but can happen, particularly in people yet to be vaccinated, warn experts.
Medical leaders urge people to act with care including continuing to wear face masks in indoor areas.
Ros Atkins looks at the UK government’s plan to lift Covid restrictions in England.
But European regulators say the benefits of Covid vaccines continue to far outweigh the risks.
A study of more than a million people shows those with other conditions get high protection from two doses.
New infections continue to rise, as England prepares to lift further restrictions.
The overall risk of death is around two in a million children, scientists looking at England's data estimate.
Former IndyCar driver Sam Schmidt was paralysed from the shoulders down in a racing accident in 2000.
A prescription is no longer needed for certain progesterone-only pills, the UK's drug regulator says.
Men were 30% more likely than women to test positive for the virus in the past two weeks, a study suggests.
An epilepsy drug, a pregnancy test and mesh implants have all caused women or their babies harm.
More than 32,500 confirmed cases have been reported in the country, up 43% on the same day last week.
Using nuanced language, acknowledging uncertainty and being empathetic are vital, a study suggests.
They are also more likely to drink heavily and smoke but less likely to be overweight, report finds.
An MPs' report finds a "culture of blame" preventing staff admitting mistakes and lessons being learned.