A Leeds doctor is taking part in an ultra marathon from the Department of Health in Leeds, to Nick Clegg's Sheffield Hallam constituency.
MPs have called for an investigation into why a "reckless" decision was made to stop children's heart surgery at a Leeds hospital.
A mum of three from Lincolnshire has won compensation after she had her leg amputated following a botched operation.
Oscar's mum Kirsten Varhalamas and his doctor Simon Newell say how extraordinary Oscar's progress has been.
Oscar, now five, from East Yorkshire, was born more than three months premature.
These are the extraordinary pictures of a premature baby born more than three months early.
Oscar Varhalamas, from East Yorkshire, is now five - and featuring in our special series on the NHS at 65-years-old.
Oscar's parents have created a picture book charting the first few months of his life, and have given it to the neonatal unit in St James' Hospital where he was treated, to inspire the parents of other premature babies.
It's sixty-five years since the launch of the National Health Service.
To mark the occasion, Barnsley Central MP, Dan Jarvis, will be visiting the Barnsley District Hospital and a special service is being held at the Holy Trinity Church in Hull.
An NHS rapid response team is in Grimsby today as part of an investigation into hospitals with higher than expected death rates.
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of fourteen trusts across England that are under the spotlight.
The team will be meeting members of the public to see how see how mortality rates can be improved in the first of three 'listening events' that are being held in the area over the next few days.
Little Harvey Phillips lost three of his limbs to meningitis when he was just nine months old.
He's adapted to life with great courage and has turned into a proper little sportsman. But now his family say he's become a victim of a post code lottery.
They say the NHS hasn't provided new light-weight prosthetic legs which they believe will help him achieve his dreams.
So they've decided to take matters into their own hands and organise a massive bike ride to pay for his legs themselves. James Webster reports.
A pensioner who feels nursing staff were waiting for him to die has welcomed a campaign to try to improve health services in Lincolnshire.
'Cure The NHS Lincolnshire' wants to hear from patients, ahead of a top-level review into high death rates at three of the county's hospitals. Kate Hemingway reports.
Jan Hanson, who had a bad experience with the NHS when a member of his family died says the Cure the NHS Lincolnshire group want people with good and bad experiences to come forward.
– United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust spokesperson
"The safety and quality of our care is our top priority. United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust is currently on a journey of improvement, which has been evidenced by recent CQC reports on our hospitals.
"We welcome the Keogh review as an opportunity to improve further , and the more evidence that can be put in front of the review the better it will be for patients."
A campaign group's been set up in Lincolnshire - encourging people who feel they've been a victim of the NHS - to come forward.
'Cure the NHS Lincolnshire' say they want people who feel they've been let down by the county's hospitals to contact them, to help inform a review team who're carrying out an investigation next month - into high death rates.
United Lincolnshire Hospitals Trust was one of 14 NHS trusts highlighted with high mortality rates during the Mid Staffordshire Hospitals scandal. Bosses say they welcome the review.