Leading doctors say the NHS must prepare for much greater use of medicines to prevent rather than just treat disease.
Julian Mason's son Ben, who has a learning disability, says the minimum wage is a hurdle to him
Cutting hospital admissions and discharging patients more quickly are among Welsh NHS plans to cope with higher winter demand.
The UK is paying less for new cancer drugs than a number of other high-income countries, according to a report in The Lancet Oncology.
A pensioner who worked in a sweet shop is the first person in the UK to receive a medal for living with diabetes for...
Stigma and uncertainty stalk Ebola survivors
Jeremy Hunt is accused of "lying" about weekend mortality rates, over his use of data from a study published in the British Medical Journal.
A five-year £800m NHS out-sourcing contract ends after eight months because the company running it says it is not "financially sustainable".
A man's weight affects the information passed on through his sperm and could leave his children predisposed to obesity, research suggests.
A woman dies after rejecting life-saving kidney treatment because she felt she had lost her "sparkle" and did not want to get old.
Venezuelan healthcare in collapse as economy ails
Akshansh Gupta has not allowed cerebral palsy to stand in the way of his academic success