An MP operated on by rogue breast surgeon Ian Paterson has been praised for speaking out about about her ordeal.
Patients are benefiting from a new hospital ward opening up in Aberdeen.
Bowel cancer is the third most commonly-occurring cancer in Scotland, and the second most common cause of death from the disease.
Companies in the UK and across the globe have warned that the outbreak of coronavirus in China could significantly impact their supply chains and stop products reaching consumers.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said the Government is “taking no chances” with British citizens at risk of coronavirus as the Foreign Office scheduled its last evacuation flight from China.
The Health Secretary has vowed to introduce improvements in the wake of a damning independent inquiry into how rogue breast surgeon Ian Paterson was able to go on performing unnecessary operations for years.
Two Britons are among thousands who have been quarantined on board a cruise ship in Japan after 10 passengers tested positive for coronavirus.
Patients and the general public must be given a say on how their data is used by the NHS, a new report says.
A Briton quarantined onboard a cruise ship in Japan amid coronavirus fears, said the ship resembles a “ghost town”, with most of the 3,000-strong passengers choosing to remain holed up in their staterooms.
A vaccine for the new coronavirus is a “long way off” and will not be ready in time for the current outbreak, a health expert has said.
A pancreatic cancer survivor who lived to see his children grow up thanks to “incredible” drugs has hailed pioneering new UK research into two of the most deadly varieties.
China has updated the death toll from the coronavirus outbreak to 361.
University officials have moved to reassure the community in York after it emerged one of the first two people to test positive for coronavirus is a student in the city.
Health officials are urgently trying to trace those who came into contact with two people diagnosed with coronavirus in the UK.
The first cases of the coronavirus have been diagnosed in the UK, with two people from the same family being treated at a specialist centre.
Posts that promote fake miracle cures and misinformation about coronavirus will be removed by Facebook in its latest attempt to deal with the spread of harmful content.
Two members of the same family have tested positive for coronavirus in England.
More than 80 Britons on an evacuation flight from the Chinese city at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak are due to land in the UK on Friday afternoon.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand Goop has been singled out by the head of the NHS for promoting treatments that carry “considerable risks to health”.
Ireland is “confident” of securing seats for its citizens on a French evacuation flight from China, the Government has said.
An NHS nurse who was told by doctors to have children “sooner rather than later” has given birth after funding IVF treatment with her share of a £1 million family lottery win.
Scotland’s chief medical officer has said a positive case of coronavirus in the country is “highly likely” in the coming days.
A “chasm” exists between the mental health care youngsters need and what is available, the Children’s Commissioner for England has warned.
Campaigners have said the Government should be “ashamed”, after ministers refused to commit to compensation proposals for victims of the infected blood scandal.
People who develop Parkinson’s disease before the age of 50 may have been born with disordered brain cells, new research suggests.
A further person in Scotland has tested negative for coronavirus, taking the total to seven.
More than 50 people have now been tested for coronavirus in the UK, according to the Department of Health, although all tests have returned negative.
The coronavirus outbreak has accelerated its spread in China with 56 deaths so far.
Britons trapped in the Chinese province at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak have been urged to leave the area if they are able to do so.
A doctor treating two Paris hospital patients for coronavirus has said the illness appears less serious than comparable outbreaks of the past and that the chances of a European epidemic are weak.