Care and compassion is "alive and well in the NHS", the Chief Inspector of Hospitals has said.
GSK boss Sir Andrew Witty tells ITV News he is determined to make a vaccine to malaria available to those in less-developed countries.
Halfway through the trial stage, the results from the GSK vaccine against the world's biggest killer of children look good.
ITV News looks at three measures that, if used, could have done to minimise the damage caused by two months of record-breaking rainfall.
Why has Britain been battered by a seemingly endless series of severe storms since the start of December?
One of the most extraordinary scientific findings of 2013 seemed to contradict Charles Darwin's doctrine of survival of the fittest.
It has replaced cancer as the disease people fear most. A slow descent into dementia frightens people more than almost any other fate.
A combination of factors are combining to make this storm surge particularly powerful.
One of the biggest problems is that hospitals can't take the patients ambulances bring to A&E fast enough as they are already chockablock.
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has outlined the Government's plans to implement the recommendations of the Francis report.