A fifth of people in hospital in England are not always treated with respect and dignity, according to an official survey of NHS patients.
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There has been a rise in new infections of Ebola in Sierra Leone, despite a recent fall in the number of cases.
NHS England says it is taking urgent action to tackle the over-prescribing of psychotropic drugs to people with learning disabilities.
The goal to get life-saving HIV treatment to 15 million people by the end of 2015 has been met, says the United Nations Aids...
The voice of a vulnerable 16-year-old who died from a constipation-induced heart attack "was not heard" despite seven agencies being involved in her care,...
Health services in Rotherham still have a "lack of understanding" about who should be dealing with child abuse, a new report says.
The Royal College of Surgeons calls on parents to supervise or brush their children's teeth until the age of 14, when their adult teeth...
Fighting the denial that hinders the end of Ebola
A 'revolutionary' approach to health care is being tried out in Liverpool
It may be possible to "soften-up" cancer cells before hitting them with chemotherapy drugs, researchers suggest.