A "sickness surveillance system" will help the UK's National Health Service (NHS) plan for surges in demand this winter by tracking outbreaks of illnesses, including norovirus.
A doctor has penned an article for the BMJ suggesting that the popular children's cartoon Peppa Pig could be placing extra pressure on GPs.
Graham Bennett, director of healthcare, Insource, looks at the wider digital transformation currently being undertaken by the NHS
A research team from Columbia University has found that an unnecessary amount of kidneys are being discarded instead of transplanted.
Monica Palomino said the premature child died on Monday, 4 December, after she delivered him after a gestation of only 25 weeks.
James Slaney, co-founder, Dubber, looks at how innovative cloud call recording and speech recognition can deliver efficiencies and improve the quality of care in the NHS.
An inquest was held to discover how a patient was found in a toilet three days after left his ward to go for a cigarette break.
A patient in Sweden had a piece of bone accidentally removed from the wrong leg, only for the doctor to then alter patient records to make it appear as if everything went to plan.
A British woman is in a critical condition as her body fills up with faeces. Kelly Yeoman, 34, is slowly suffocating in her own waste after complications during routine surgery.
Chancellor Philip Hammond downgrades economic forecasts and unveils appealing policy morsels.
The new class of drug is one of the most important breakthroughs for women with advanced breast cancer in the last two decades.
Over 60s and care home residents are the most at risk, while changes in nurse numbers may be a critical factor.
The Health Foundation predicts just 87% of people could be seen and transferred or discharged within four hours, falling well short of the 95% target.
Royle Family actor Ralf Little challenged Jeremy Hunt on some of his mental health statistics and took fact-checking into his own hands in a huge Twitter thread.
Think tank says annual cost of raising public sector pay in line with consumer price inflation would be £3.3bn by 2019/20.
Almost half of NHS doctors from the EU and EEA are considering relocating. Brexit has made the NHS less attractive to foreign staff, the BMA claim.
Barrister and author Jamie Susskind received an overwhelming response to a series of tweets in which he chronicled his weekend NHS treatment.
Father of two Imran Qureshi, 44, squeezed a 21-year-old nurse's breast and told her "it's what friends do" during a shift at a hospital in Manchester, a medical tribunal heard.
Health and Safety Executive report on Labour Force Survey finds nurses, midwives, teachers and welfare professionals suffer from most work-related stress, depression and anxiety.
England's blood donation service, Give Blood NHS, explained why it is not racist to call for more black blood donors in an educational but sassy Twitter thread.