Maintaining a healthy diet and undertaking regular exercise is linked to better outcomes for cancer patients, a conference has heard.
Chaand Nagpaul has been confirmed as the next BMA council chair, succeeding incumbent Mark Porter on 29 June.
The IPS is urging health providers to maintain investment in infection prevention and control teams to protect patient safety.
Medics have said that thousands of people suffering from severe depression could benefit from experimental ketamine treatment.
Northamptonshire Police is evaluating evidence of a hospital's waiting time figures, after claims were made they were 'fiddled' to meet targets.
The Royal College of Surgeons has warned that the number of patients waiting six months or more for surgery has tripled over the past four years.
A study has suggested that recommendations to wash hands with hot water rather than unheated water to kill more germs may not be true.
A study has found that healthcare organisations were found to consistently top the list for data breach incidents.
The King’s Fund reveals that the NHS is now planning to delay or cancel spending in half of local areas this year to meet financial targets.
A new report by the International Longevity Centre has found that the NHS is often not doing enough with the innovative tools at its disposal.
A coroner has warned of future preventable deaths after a cancer patient died because no bed was available for a transfer.
Mind has revealed that public sector staff are more likely to feel anxious at work and take sick days for their mental health than those in the private sector.
A new electronic observations system at Basildon University Hospital is improving safety and allowing nurses more time to give care and treatment.
The NHS could face an extra annual bill of £500 million if retired British citizens living in Europe return to the UK for care post-Brexit.