A woman who has battled anorexia for more than a decade has released a heartbreaking video pleading for help in fighting the disease.Read the full story ›
The Department of Health is looking at new legislation to prevent pharmacists from being prosecuted for genuine dispensing errors.Read the full story ›
An "inspirational" five-year-old girl who lost all her hair from alopecia has won a modelling contract.Read the full story ›
British American Tobacco confirms it has filed court papers challenging the government plans to introduce plain packaging on tobacco.
A vicar who was diagnosed with HIV after being attacked two years ago has created a powerful video to share her story with her congregation.Read the full story ›
Accident and emergency waiting times have hit their lowest point in almost eight months - but still failed to meet the target of 95 per cent of patients seen within four hours, the latest figures show.
Last week, 94.2 per cent of patients were seen within the target time, up from 93.4 per cent the week before and the best performance since September.
The figures, from NHS England, also show the number of A&E visits dropped slightly, down from 444,400 to 440,700.
There were only four patients who had to wait more than 12 hours between the decision to admit and admission, down from 13 the previous week.
Alcohol consumption in England has been underestimated by the equivalent of 12 million bottles of wine a week, new research suggests.Read the full story ›
Government plans to open surgeries seven days a week are "surreal" and "pointless", one of the country's most senior doctors has warned.Read the full story ›
Watching 3D films can improve brain performance and reaction times in a similar way to standard training tests, research has found.Read the full story ›
A pioneering brain pressure test using a set of headphones that can detect life-threatening head injuries has been developed by doctors.Read the full story ›