A report has found hospitals are relying heavily on agency staff, paying an average of £41.25 per hour for midwives.Read the full story ›
Police Scotland have issued a drugs warning following the death of a 16-year-old girl in Midlothian.
The teenager reportedly fell ill at a house party and was taken to Edinburgh Royal Infirmary on Saturday.
One line of inquiry officers are following is that the teenager had access to "ecstasy type tablets".
Police say these tablets are known as red bugatti veyron and purple ninja turtle and urged anyone who has taken them to seek "immediate medical attention".
"There is no safe illegal drug and no safe way to take illegal drugs" police said.
Leukaemia sufferer May Brown needs bone marrow from her Nigerian sister but the Home Office said she does not meet economic requirements.Read the full story ›
The new register will record the details of those receiving implants so they can be traced if products turn out to be faulty.Read the full story ›
"If a child's fussy it's because they are showing an innate trait - you need to work with your child, not against your child", they said.Read the full story ›
A third of hospital trusts have increased their car parking charges in just one year, with some charging as much as £4 an hour.Read the full story ›
The Tonight programme reports concerns that patient safety is being put at risk by overcrowding in our A&E departments.Read the full story ›
Defibrillators give a patient in cardiac arrest an electric shock to the heart, which can help save their life.Read the full story ›
She said "important issues need to be addressed", before apologising to family members who still didn't know of her harrowing ordeal.Read the full story ›
As MPs debate stillbirth and miscarriage during Baby Loss Awareness Week, ITV News looks at the support available to bereaved parents.Read the full story ›