A nursery nurse leapt to her death after developing a sleep disorder "most likely" because of a swine flu vaccination, a coroner ruled.Read the full story ›
A national shortage of emergency doctors might force an A&E in the East Midlands to temporarily close its doors at night.Read the full story ›
More than 22,000 people in Gedling were recalled in 2014, with some 4,500 tested for viruses including HIV and Hepatitis.Read the full story ›
After watching the first few days of the Olympics, you may be wondering why so many athletes have big red circles over their bodies.Read the full story ›
A Nottinghamshire dentist who sparked what's believed to be the biggest NHS patient recall in history has refused to take part in a hearing.Read the full story ›
Clinical trials show the drug can lead to a substantial drop in the symptoms of asthma.Read the full story ›
A consultation has been launched to seek views on plans to introduce the first smoke-free zone outside Birmingham Children's Hospital.Read the full story ›
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust has failed to report on more than 11,000 X-rays - raising ‘serious concerns’ about patient safety.Read the full story ›
A woman from Sleaford is appealing for people of mixed heritage to come forward and sign up to the donor register.
Nicole Di Pietro-Fisher was diagnosed with leukaemia for the second time in January and needs a stem cell transplant to save her life. But because of Nicole's background finding a suitable donor has become a race against time. So this week her partner has been working with the charity, Anthony Nolan, encouraging colleagues at her RAF base in Lincolnshire to get tested and see if they can find a match.
Charlotte Foster died in January this year after taking the combined contraceptive pill Dianette for just a few months.Read the full story ›