A North-east cancer charity is launching a new event in the heart of Royal Deeside.
NHS Grampian has launched a new initiative that aims to give extra support to mums and their babies across the region.
The ambulance service has apologised after an Aberdeen man died while waiting for paramedics to arrive.
I witnessed a dead man being brought back to life at a crematorium last week.
EastEnders star Lee Ryan is leaving hospital for a period of “rest” after falling ill with quinsy.
Health bosses have met professionals from America in an effort to slash North-east operating room waiting times.
An Aberdeen burn which had caused concern due to the presence of a potentially dangerous algae appears to have returned to a near-normal state.
Elderly people from across Aberdeen descended on the Sports Village for the launch of 2017's Golden Games.
Figures show number of people in North-east with dementia has risen by almost 3,000 over last ten years
The number of people living with dementia in the North-east has gone up by almost 3,000 compared to 10 years ago, new figures have shown.
NHS Grampian has been ordered to provide further training and supervision, after a health visitor failed to spot a baby had abnormal fluid on the brain.
Not having lunch at your desk and switching off the TV while eating could be the key to losing weight – according to scientists.
Eating a diet rich in fruit and vegetables while cutting down on meat substantially lowers the risk of obesity, research shows.
Comedian David Baddiel is bringing his "brutally honest" show about his family to the Aberdeen stage.
Green-fingered presenter Alan Titchmarsh has complained that children are too clean – admitting he once told a mother to let her son eat soil.
A 1940s dance workshop, movie reminiscence and outdoor games will be part of an event to support those living with dementia.
An NHS Grampian nurse awarded for his work detecting sepsis in children has said he hopes the condition can be eradicated.
A former Aberdeen nurse has been struck off after spanking a patient's bottom and force-feeding another.
Cleanliness standards at three NHS Grampian hospitals have been graded as "exceptional" in the latest independent inspection report.
Helen Skelton has said the birth of her second child came as such a surprise that the fire brigade came to her aid.
Gluten intolerance can partly be overcome by swallowing an enzyme pill with food, research has shown.
Heart failure carries a higher risk of death than most common types of cancer, according to new research from the University of Aberdeen.
The number of planned operations cancelled at NHS Grampian has reduced by more than a quarter compared to last year.
Mannequins used in high-street fashion stores have been the subject of heated debates in the last few years, and now new research appears to cement the popular belief that the average female mannequin in UK stores is the size of a severely underweight woman.
Are you one of those people who worries about the little things in life? Well, if scientists are to be believed, worrying might actually do you good.
A £1 million pound pilot scheme to reduce the risk of breast cancer is being rolled out in Aberdeen.