Fitbit has said it is investigating its Flex 2 fitness tracker after a US woman claimed she suffered second-degree burns while reading.Read the full story ›
Two of England's World Cup heroes are backing the fight against dementia in tribute to their team-mates who are living with it.Read the full story ›
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has said he "would love" to offer a pay increase to NHS staff, but claimed its very future depends on the forthcoming Brexit negotiations.
He said: "No-one disputes that NHS staff do a fantastic job, I don't think they've ever worked harder. We would love to be able to pay them more that we're able to at the the moment - the question is whether Labour have got the extra money.
"[Labour] have promised the same receipts from corporation tax cuts to school budgets, to getting rid of tuition fees."
He added: "How do we get the extra funding in the NHS in the years ahead to deal with the pressures of an ageing population?
"[It will be down to] whoever becomes Prime Minster in the most difficult negotiations we've ever had in peacetime, and those will be critical for the NHS.
"The Brexit negotiations will decide whether the British economy can continue to expand, continue to create jobs - and that's how we fund the NHS."
Low-paid healthcare workers are having to pay the "extortionate" fees to park in front of their workplaces, a study shows.Read the full story ›
Shadow Health Secretary Jonathan Ashworth said: "The NHS is overstretched, understaffed and under threat... enough is enough."Read the full story ›
The record-breaking figure includes 440,000 supplies given to children in the past year.Read the full story ›
Some 71% of all cancer patients diagnosed in A&E see their GP at least once displaying symptoms which transpire to be the disease.Read the full story ›
The government has been criticised for seeking to delay publishing plans to tackle air pollution until after the general election.Read the full story ›
The delay - which has seen the patient confined to a hospital bed for 1,338 days - has been described as "truly scandalous".Read the full story ›
A major new discovery has been made towards finding the cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) - potentially paving the way for new treatments.Read the full story ›