A report from the charity National Childbirth Trust (NCT) has found that two in five new mothers with mental health problems go undiagnosed.
NICE has approved a treatment called roflumilast, also known as Daxas, to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD).
NHS England’s chief executive Simon Stevens has begun a search for ground-breaking healthcare innovations to improve front-line patient care.
Abortion should be provided on the NHS in England for Northern Irish women, cross-party MPs will argue.
The yearly cost to the NHS in England of settling clinical negligence claims is expected to double by 2023, a new study shows.
The Mental Health Alliance urges the government to reform the Mental Health Act and take into account the views of those affected by mental illness.
GPs in Belfast and South and South Eastern regions with serious staffing problems are to be offered £2,000 cash bonuses to work out of hours.
The Queen’s Speech has unveiled new laws which could give official powers to the Health Service Safety Investigation Branch.
Westminster’s St Philips Medical Centre has been rated as Inadequate and remains in special measures.
The machine that will enable the NHS’s first proton beam therapy (PBT) unit to treat cancer patients will arrive at the Christie hospital later.
The RCN is launching a nationwide protocol for animals in health care in a bid to encourage more hospitals to explore animal therapy.
The Guardian has seen secret NHS plans to impose unprecedented cuts to health spending in the capital.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services are unable to adequately support young people who need specialist support.
NHS Improvement will automatically collect daily situation reports (SitRep) from all NHS trusts from October 2017.
Failure to properly monitor baby heart rates during childbirth is one reason why some newborns are dying on UK maternity wards.
England’s Chief Inspector of Hospitals has rated Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust as Inadequate.
Only 37 per cent of the public trust evidence from medical research compared to 65 per cent who trust experiences of friends and family.
The number of tests carried out to diagnose people with sleep disorders has doubled over the past decade.
Trials of a cholesterol-lowering vaccine to help prevent heart disease are under way in humans after successful studies in mice.
Hospital trust leaders should be as concerned about finding a solution for the GP workforce crisis as primary care organisations, says Stevens.