A pioneering cancer treatment has been recommended for leukaemia patients under the age of 25.
Almost a third of European doctors working in Scotland are considering moving to another country because of Brexit, a survey has suggested.
The NHS faces a shortage of 350,000 staff by 2030, with experts warning that the workforce crisis is now a greater threat to services than its financial problems.
Fresh concerns about patient data have been raised after Google announced plans to bring the health division of its DeepMind artificial intelligence company more closely under its control.
The NHS will invest up to £46 million to help tens of thousands of people living with diabetes to receive life-changing treatment.
A programme brought in to reduce hospital deaths has saved the lives of almost 10,000 patients, the Health Secretary has claimed.
A drug that could improve survival rates for children with a rare and “notoriously difficult to treat” form of cancer has been approved for use by the NHS in Scotland.
There are not enough public health policies designed to prevent illness, a Holyrood committee has found.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock is heading to Paris to meet world leaders to discuss ways to fast-track new healthcare technologies for use in the NHS.
A hospital trust has been placed into special measures after it emerged that more than 100 cases of alleged poor care are to be reviewed.
Nicola Sturgeon has been challenged to “do the right thing” and invest more cash in Scotland’s GP services, with Tories claiming family doctors had lost out on a “whopping £660 million” compared to counterparts south of the border.
Will Young has called for action over the “misappropriation of the word gay” in the classroom.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman says there are no plans to cut staff at NHS Tayside after reports 1,300 jobs could be shed.
A plan to slash NHS Tayside’s workforce by 10% has sparked anger.
Five new medical technology centres are to use artificial intelligence to help speed up disease diagnosis as part of Government plans to utilise AI.
Individual responsibility is at the heart of Health Secretary Matt Hancock’s new policy for the future of the NHS.
The NHS will not be sustainable without a “radical shift” towards preventing disease and illness, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has warned.
Breast really is best according to a majority of Dundee mums – more than half of whom now breastfeed their newborns.
Microsoft’s chief executive has urged tech companies and world leaders to use technology to protect the most vulnerable in society.
Nicola Sturgeon appears to have ruled out upping the threshold for the higher rate of income tax in Scotland, as she blasted the Conservatives “absolutely damning and shameful” Budget.