New parents got the fright of their lives in Germany after accidentally forgetting their newborn in the taxi taking them home from hospital.
The father of Molly Russell, the teenager who took her own life after viewing disturbing material online, has urged social networks to take action immediately and not drag their feet until a regulator is introduced.
The Duke of Cambridge has described how his experiences as an air ambulance pilot left him feeling death was “just around the door” everywhere he went.
Consuming fruit juices is just as bad for your health and likely to lead to an early death as drinking cola or lemonade, research suggests.
Bowel cancers are on the rise among under-50s in the UK, according to new studies, prompting calls to lower the screening age.
A multimillion-pound programme has been launched to improve treatment for snakebites, which are thought to kill up to 138,000 people each year.
More than a third of women who took part in a global drug survey reported being taken advantage of sexually while drunk or high.
Strictly Come Dancing professional Amy Dowden has said her body “shut down” due to Crohn’s disease.
Treatment which can prolong the lives of children with a rare genetic condition will be made available on the NHS.
Liberal Democrats are demanding Health Secretary Jeane Freeman apologise to patients not treated within the Government’s guaranteed waiting time.
Visits to a children’s hospital by therapy dogs have helped reduce anxiety among young patients awaiting medical tests, investigations and examinations, according to a new study.
Hospital death rates have dropped by 14% in four years, beating a Scottish Government target of a 10% cut.
Banning shops from displaying cigarettes has made children less likely to start smoking, research suggests.
The Scottish Government is being urged to commit more funds to ensure people with diabetes can access psychological and emotional support when they need it.
Giving all women who need a forceps or ventouse delivery a single dose of antibiotics almost cuts the risk of infection in half, new research shows.
Medicines for breast cancer, skin cancer and schizophrenia have been approved for use by NHS patients in Scotland.
ScotRail has announced it will train more than 50 of its staff to provide mental health first aid to anyone in need.
The Duke of Cambridge has joined a host of stars in a radio broadcast urging listeners across the country to talk about their problems – in a bid to stay “mentally fit and healthy”.
Compensation paid out by the NHS for delays and blunders has doubled in five years, it has been reported.
Just over one in eight British adults has experienced suicidal thoughts or feelings because of their body image, a new survey has found.