Hippocrates described the classic signs centuries ago, so what else do we know about the ancient illness?
Ten workers are held over the alleged mistreatment of hospital patients following a BBC investigation.
Text reminders and after-work appointments are recommended in a report on improving cancer screening.
Blogger Sinikiwe Kademaunga was born with a condition that stopped the growth of her limbs.
The ‘life-changing’ injection has been approved for use in Scotland, but not yet in England.
When Olympic champion Alex Danson hit her head on a wall while laughing, the “most challenging part” of her life began.
A Cornwall dog owner had the skin torn off her middle finger by a lead wound tightly round her hand.
There were 795 cases of mumps in the first three months of 2019, versus 1,031 in the whole of 2018.
Inspectors, council staff and NHS officials went in twice week on average in the year before Panorama expose.
Caroline Dinenage MP calls treatment of vulnerable patients in NHS-funded hospital “appalling”.
The competition regulator says that four drugs firms forced the price of an anti-nausea tablet up by 700%.
The government has missed a target of fewer inpatient beds for people with learning disabilities in England.
With more urinals than cubicles, men – unlike women – rarely queue, a report says.
The co-host of You, Me and the Big C podcast on her stage 4 bowel cancer.
Undercover BBC filming shows staff swearing, mocking and taunting patients with learning disabilities.
Patients can take aspirin without raising their risk of another stroke, a study suggests.
Thousands of cannula sleeves have been made by a knitting group since it was set up by a Chester singer.
Sepsis survivor Tom Ray wants better awareness and faster diagnosis of the potentially deadly disease.
Robyn used to drink and smoke marijuana, but says her impending little girl changed her life.
Liat Malka was 35 and single when she decided she wanted a child. The sperm donor she found had died five years previously.