Teenage schoolchildren who use e-cigarettes dramatically increase their chances of graduating to tobacco, research has shown.Read the full story ›
76-year-old John Haughey consumed 500ml of the liquid, which contained the same amount of alcohol as a litre of ginRead the full story ›
Campaigners marched through the centre of Lincoln today as they continued their battle to prevent a NHS walk in centre from closing.Read the full story ›
Latest figures show more than 600 children and youngsters under the age of 25 have been found to have Type 2 diabetes.Read the full story ›
Records reveal a growing divide between Northern and Southern England in the number of people who die prematurely, a new study says.Read the full story ›
Ninety five per cent of people diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in the Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire will die from the disease.
That is according to the latest figures from charity, Pancreatic Cancer Action, which found that just forty people in the region will survive more than five years after being diagnosed.
An independent report has found there should be no review into the overnight closure of Grantham's A&E department by the Health Secretary.Read the full story ›
Hundreds of princesses descended on Wakefield in a bid to to smash a world record - and in support of the Forget Me Not children's hospice.Read the full story ›
Mental health charities welcomed the move, but questions were raised over whether enough people could be trained to fill the posts in time.Read the full story ›
Doctors should stop telling people to "complete the course" of some antibiotics, a group of experts have warned.Read the full story ›