BBC News - Health
Updated: 4 hours 33 min ago
NHS England head Simon Stevens said the public would want to see Leave campaign promises honoured.
Human tissue was kept longer than necessary after post-mortem examinations at Wales' biggest hospital.
NHS England's Simon Stevens says the service needs the money that was promised in the referendum.
New research shows thousands of people with stage 4 cancer in England are living for two years or more.
Heading off racial confusion, an NHS Twitter account breaks out the gifs in appeal for more black donors.
Bunny Suicides cartoonist thought his chronic pain would mean he'd have to quit drawing.
A hospital's plans to create an emergency department for the elderly is welcomed by Age UK.
There have been small but significant improvements in people's happiness in the last year, say UK officials.
Chris Carter's motorsport dream has moved a step closer after he completed a testing session.
The average age of a first-time mother has risen from 24 to 28, new statistics suggest.
Demand for services is outstripping the rise in the number of people employed by the health service in England.
People with the disease give off a distinctive "breath-print" that could aid rapid diagnosis, say experts.
Girls are half as likely as boys to be physically active - and lack of confidence is to blame.
Doctors say black and Asian patients are needlessly dying while waiting for organ transplants because of a severe shortage of ethnic minority donors in the UK.
Meeting the patients of a MSF-run hospital in Jordan.
A woman who later died should have had her 999 call classed as more urgent, an inquest hears.
Police warn of a "worrying upward trend" and call for social networks to remove images faster.
Trials will take place in London where 3.5 million patients will be able to have video consultations via smartphone.
Rates of the disease rose 63% in five years, led by infections in young heterosexual city dwellers.
New regulations allowing women from Northern Ireland to access abortion services come into force.