The latest stats on smoking cessation suggest stubbing it out has never been easier for Taysiders.
A young woman has described her “embarrassment” over living with incontinence.
The Dundee Women Against Violence Partnership has launched a survey to find out more about people's attitudes to violence against women.
Several events are planned at Ninewells Hospital to inspire action on climate change.
Calls for Ninewells parking fees to be abolished after man fined while undergoing lifesaving surgery
An MP has called for Ninewells parking fees to be abolished after a man was hit with a parking fine whilst receiving life-saving treatment at hospital.
Half of Tele readers have said they can’t get a same-day appointment with their doctor.
An end to NHS Tayside’s pharmacy workers strike could be in sight if a meeting planned for today is successful.
NHS Tayside has ruled out publishing its Brexit plans due to their “sensitivity”.
Following our article in Saturday's Tele about queues of up to 15 people forming outside a GP surgery most mornings, we wanted to know how easy it is for you to get an appointment to see a doctor.
Queues of up to 15 people are forming outside a GP surgery most mornings as patients wait desperately for an appointment, one woman has claimed.
Hundreds of cystic fibrosis patients across Scotland could finally get the chance to try a potentially life-changing drug now available on the NHS.
Union reps believe the ongoing industrial action by NHS Tayside pharmacy workers could go on “for a few more weeks”.
A Ninewells midwife is set to be banned from the profession for committing more than 50 errors in the space of just three months.
Tayside doctors are still prescribing lower chemo doses to breast cancer patients despite agreeing to follow national guidelines, it has been claimed.
The emergency dental service at Dundee Dental Hospital will be closed for training on Thursday afternoon, September 12.
A pay dispute between pharmacy workers and NHS Tayside looks set to rumble on.
Smiling is something many of us take for granted, but some homeless people stop themselves from doing it because they are ashamed of their teeth – or lack of them.
Independent experts have made 19 recommendations following the revelation that cancer patients in Tayside were given lower doses of treatment than those in the rest of Scotland.
A cancer patient has slammed hospital bosses after he was unable to park in a disabled bay because a skip had been left there.
Cystic fibrosis patients in Dundee have criticised a decision not to make two potentially life saving drugs available on NHS Scotland.