BBC News - Health
Updated: 1 day 23 min ago
A former patient says Simon Bramhall is a "man of excellence."
Nurses haven been an integral part of the NHS since its inception. Here they talk about what has changed.
More than one in 10 leave the NHS in England every year, enough to staff more than 20 hospitals.
From nurses who operate on their patients to those who run general practices, nursing is changing.
Is it true that you shouldn't eat carbohydrates in the evening?
Why are so many nurses quitting the NHS? One, Mary, tells us her reasons.
Numbers of cases have been increasing since late 2017 and are linked to ongoing large outbreaks in Europe.
Can you sneeze with your eyes open and what is the best way to stop a sneeze?
Using an "honesty box" to voice their concerns, medical staff say they fear patients' safety is being risked.
Experts say maternity wards are still making the same "avoidable errors".
A BBC survey found 70% of women did not tell their employers about their menopause symptoms.
The latest weekly figures showed that 77.9% of patients were dealt with within the four-hour target time.
Doctors and a defence contractor are among those buying bogus qualifications, a BBC probe finds.
Clamping your nose and mouth shut when you need to sneeze is dangerous, doctors warn the public.
The Hord family were given an £8m settlement after an NHS mistake. But what does it pay for?
Human body lice, rather than rat fleas, spread plague during the Black Death, a study simulating the outbreak suggests.
A rapid rise in flu cases and a spell of severe weather has put additional pressure on the NHS in Scotland.
There have been 4,000 suspected cases of diphtheria in the overcrowded refugee camps and at least 31 deaths.
Bottles of the famous fizzy drink will be smaller and more expensive from March onwards.
But bosses insist medical students helping meet winter NHS demand will work within their abilities.