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Surgery is a "silent killer" because of a lack of medical staff for aftercare, researchers say.
The Prime Minster says she knows hospital problems are "disappointing" and "frustrating" for people.
Angry fans have started a petition as AG Barr prepares to halve the sugar content ahead of the "sugar tax".
Dropping out of university felt like the end of the world, but Ben managed to start again and make a life for himself.
UK patients are being treated with the novel therapy that ramps up the body’s own defence systems.
Anxiety, depression, eating disorders, OCD and bipolar disorder are among problems reported by a study.
Scientists have unveiled the first bionic hand with a sense of touch that can be worn outside the laboratory.
Health secretary apologises as 17 hospital trusts declare major incidents and non-urgent ops cancelled.
Nia Ceidiog took up the sport "just to see how far a 63 year-old body could go".
The baby died three hours after suffering a scalpel cut to the head during a Caesarean.
Doctors treating a patient with acute abdominal pain find pieces of sachet in her intestine.
Devon surfer Andrew Cotton vows to return to the water despite breaking his back trying to ride 'the perfect wave' .
We know fizzy drinks are full of calories, but is it the sugar or the bubbles that swell our waists?
All healthcare organisations in England offering regulated care will have to publicly display results.
Parents are being urged to provide healthier snacks to children but which snacks are the most calorific?
Restrictions imposed at one hospital to reduce the risk of spreading flu as others report more cases.
The move comes as some hospitals and ambulance trusts say they are facing intense winter pressures.
The systems will save billions of pounds by enabling the diseases to be picked up much earlier.
If you are considering going dry for January, here are the benefits experts say it can bring.
The World Health Organisation will include gaming addiction in its disease bible for first time.