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The device has been designed to help doctors track medical tools during internal examinations.
A call for a national campaign to raise awareness of sepsis is rejected by the Scottish government.
Craig Stobo's pregnant wife Fiona died from sepsis and he almost lost his own life due to the condition.
Jayde's father had early-onset dementia, and genetic testing suggests she will develop it too.
Public Health England predicts 7,400 people will die from heart disease or stroke this month alone.
A generation who have spent their entire adolescence with smartphones are feeling the effects.
Hospital chiefs in England warn this winter could be most difficult in recent history.
One in three "sick notes" issued by GPs are for mental health problems, a new NHS report shows.
Pharmacy claims charity BPAS encouraged "personal abuse" in a dispute over morning-after pill costs.
How Peta Boreham is defying stereotypes through dance.
Scientists have identified a part of the brain that is triggered when someone else yawns.
A team of UK experts is in Sierra Leone trying to prevent disease adding to the death toll from mudslides.
The software is designed to act as a low-cost early warning system for pancreatic tumours.
New research sheds light on why yawns are so contagious.
Contracts offered to recruitment agencies to help NHS boost workforce by 5,000 GPs.
Last year's winter flu jab worked well for children and adults - but not for the over-65s, data shows.
Kent Heckenlively has been refused a visa over his "dangerous" ideas, a government minister says.
The NHS is advising the public on how to respond to help a victim, after a rise in cases.
If you’re lamenting the return to work or school routine and shorter autumn days, you’re not alone.
A report says anti-smoking measures are working, but highlights links between smoking and deprivation.