A reluctance to talk about transplants is contributing to a deadly shortage of organs donation, the NHS has said.
Public Health England’s (PHE) Heart Age Test shows that 64 per cent of people with a heart 10 years older than their actual age are male.
The latest research has suggested that the NHS is on a trajectory towards a ’more likely worse’ performance this winter compared to last.
Thousands more obesity operations need to be carried out in the UK, say surgeons, who warn that the country is ‘lagging far behind’ Europe.
NICE has published draft guidance saying the evidence of using fulvestrant does not prove it is better than existing treatments.
1.6 million patients will benefit from faster treatment and diagnosis thanks to a new five-year multi-million pound contract with BT.
CQC has asked the Bluebell Ward at Prospect Park Hospital to improve its services following an inspection in May.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated the child and adolescent mental health wards at Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust as ‘good’.
The NHS is embarking on a £100 million international recruitment drive to boost the number of GPs.
Seven hospitals have been directed by the CMA to publish information on the quality of their private healthcare services after failing to meet the deadline.
The US Food and Drug Administration has approved an ‘historic’ treatment to redesign a patient's own immune system so it attacks cancer.
Mental health and behavioural conditions have accounted for 31 per cent of all fit notes where the diagnosis was known.
A new briefing from the Nuffield Trust has highlighted an overspend of almost £3 billion by NHS trusts in England for last year.
A rise in the number of patients being treated for acid attacks has prompted the NHS to release first aid guidance and support for victims.
The CMA has cleared the merger between two Birmingham hospital trusts after finding that it will probably benefit patients in the local area.
A study of 10,000 patients has suggested that anti-inflammatory drugs could cut the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Juniors at NHS trusts have been found to be threatened with referral to the GMC for refusing to take on locum work.
The number of people waiting over 12 months for an operation in Wales has risen by over 400 per cent in the past four years.
Health trusts have been told to review hospital referrals every week in an attempt to cut numbers by 30 per cent, a leaked memo has revealed.
The NHS is ‘leaking’ money to private companies in contracts to build and run hospitals, a new report says.