Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes has said she used to self-harm every day during her battle with depression as she tried to overcome sporting injuries.
Abortion laws that punish women who have illegal terminations with life in prison should be scrapped, a body representing many of the UK’s childbirth doctors has said.
Cardiac patients facing delays in north-east Scotland have been offered treatment as far away as Newcastle, it has emerged.
A woman has told how she went from arranging her own funeral when she was left paralysed and blind after brain surgery, to turning her life around and running her own business.
Lochee councillors have demanded action after the area was named the unhealthiest part of Dundee.
You may find household chores to be a tedious way to spend your Saturday afternoon but science suggests doing a bit of vacuuming or floor scrubbing might actually be good for you.
Children with common ear infections should not be given antibiotics, a health watchdog has said.
Household chores such as vacuuming or floor scrubbing provide enough exercise to protect the heart and extend life, a study has shown.
Dundee man ‘fears for future’ after being diagnosed with same condition that killed his baby daughter
A Dundee man says he fears he could die after being diagnosed with the same condition that took his daughter’s life.
New TV adverts from Public Health England (PHE) will encourage people to try e-cigarettes if they are struggling to quit regular smoking.
One in seven GP practices are still failing on safety even after inspectors have told them to improve, according to a new report.
Poorly babies face a postcode lottery on whether they receive important aspects of care, a new report suggests.
A new app could help enhance home and hospital environments for elderly people and those with dementia, by asking them to give feedback on their surroundings.
Woman says Dundee road is ‘a death trap’ and calls for urgent repairs after surface caused her to fall twice
A Dundee pensioner has blasted the city council — claiming that a “death trap” road surface led to her falling twice and breaking her mobility scooter.
In the latest episode of Skiers Do The Weirdest Workouts, a Canadian world champion and Olympic silver medallist takes centre stage.
The UK’s leading children’s hospital is owed £30m for treating overseas patients, figures show.
The world is running out of antibiotics, global health leaders have warned.
Social workers are facing “intense pressure” to ration social care for some of the most vulnerable people in society, a report has claimed.
Almost one in four teenage girls are depressed, researchers have found.
Bad fat can be made to turn over a new leaf and combat obesity by blocking a specific protein, scientists have discovered.