The Tonight programme investigates food retailers misleading the public by substituting advertised ingredients with cheaper alternatives.Read the full story ›
A cartoonist who felt his disabled daughter had "nothing to relate to" has created a comic strip featuring disabled superheroes.Read the full story ›
Fast food deliveries should be banned to schools, experts have said, after a quarter of teenagers said they had ordered takeaways to them.Read the full story ›
The rise in women getting abortions in Latin America has soared more than 100% in some Zika-affected countries.Read the full story ›
Some medics have called for restrictions on places where e-cigarettes can be used saying it is still unclear what the long-term risks are.Read the full story ›
Doctors will vote on Wednesday on a motion calling for the "self-certification" period for employees to be extended to 14 days.Read the full story ›
Elderly patients are also moved around in the night and ambulances are queuing outside A&E departments, the Royal College of Nursing said.Read the full story ›
The stunt, described as an act of solidarity, is to highlight strict laws around terminations that exist on both sides of the Irish border.Read the full story ›
A drug developer is expected to start human trial testing of a Zika vaccine in the coming weeks.
Inovio Pharmaceuticals and its partner GeneOne Life Sciences said they had received approval from US regulators to start an early stage trial.
Forty subjects will be tested to check the safety, tolerability and immune response generated by the vaccine, GLS-5700.
Inovio CEO Joseph Kim said: "We plan to dose our first subjects in the next weeks and expect to report phase I interim results later this year."
In February, the World Health Organization declared Zika a global public health emergency. The virus has been associated with microcephaly, a birth defect that stunts head and brain development.
Plans to scrap bursaries for nursing and midwifery will have a "detrimental effect on the NHS workforce", it has been claimed.Read the full story ›