NHS bosses say it means patients are being seen “more quickly” and US medics gain wider experience.
Theresa May is said to eat jam after scraping mould off the surface. Is that safe?
Experts link use of the drug in teenage years to cases of depression later in life.
A trial to get glasses to children who need them to improve their maths and reading skills has begun.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock wants to see email used to communicate test results and prescriptions.
Most women have some form of the infection in their lifetime so shouldn’t be embarrassed, experts say.
Amelia Taylor-Ash trains at the gym with personal trainer Joe and isn’t looking back.
British pensioners in Europe worry about healthcare costs in the event of a no-deal Brexit.
Julie O’Connor, 49, died on 4 February, after her condition was missed several times.
Brendan McCarthy ran a body modification emporium in Wolverhampton before his arrest.
Hospitals are told to review X-rays to check if patients have received the correct treatment for broken arms and legs.
Mother-of-three Maxine Howell has been in an induced coma for a fortnight after falling ill in Mexico.
Bethan Simpson’s daughter Eloise had a “foetal repair” carried out at 24 weeks after a spina bifida diagnosis.
The NMC previously said failings in the care of a Londonderry schoolgirl who died of hyponatraemia had been addressed.
The cognitive behaviour therapy course giving teens the tools to deal with depression and anxiety.
The deaths of two patients from an infection linked to pigeon droppings prompted the Scotland-wide probe.
The rash is diagnostic and means the patient needs urgent antibiotics, new guidelines tell doctors.
The government wants young people to work in the care sector as care workers and therapists.
Catherine Wreford, 39, has a malignant brain tumour – but that isn’t stopping her from performing.
Expectant mothers are smoking in private because of judgement from doing so in public, a study claims.