Delays by ambulance crews in England could be costing 2,500 lives a year, says a former chief executive.
Services for babies with breastfeeding problems caused by tongue-tie need to be improved, a parenting charity has said.
Injecting brain tumours with a virus could kill cancer cells but leave healthy cells unharmed, researchers suggest.
Sir Stuart Rose, the man credited with turning round the fortunes of Marks and Spencer is to become an unpaid adviser for the NHS in England.
Quitting smoking can relieve stress, according to a new study.
Rape is a crime that affects thousands of people, and for many victims one of the hardest things can be getting the help they need to move on with their lives.
Newcastle University researchers are working on a new product they believe may halt the process of skin ageing.
The training of social workers in England needs upgrading, with more emphasis put on practical skills, a government adviser has said.
More than half of patients leaving intensive care will suffer long term psychological damage, according to research by University College Hospital in London.
A Doncaster woman who lived with a 2kg tumour on her neck has finally had it removed after 20 years.
Palestinian housewife Ibtisam Erekat and Israeli Orthodox Jew Ruth Ebenstein talk about how breast cancer made them close friends.
The UK is 30 years behind other nations on dementia research due to a lack of funding, says the broadcaster Fiona Phillips, who is an Alzheimer's Society ambassador.
EU rules must be changed to allow more testing of potentially life-saving cancer drugs on children, says Institute of Cancer Research.
New European rules on legal highs would slow down the response to legal highs, a government minister claims.
A woman who has had more than 200 fractures after being born with a rare bone disease has achieved her ultimate goal by becoming a mother.
With the boom in tattoo parlour across Britain how aware are the public of the dangers of getting a tattoo and should more be done to clean up the industry?
Scientists may have found a way to erase specific memories, by using electroconvulsive therapy.
A tobacco specialist from a cancer hospital explains why he thinks there should be a ban on smoking in cars carrying children.
Hospitals in England are still struggling to balance financial pressures with the need to provide good quality care., according to a study.
A charity have defended an advert showing pancreatic cancer patients "wishing" they had other forms of the disease.