• By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    LUCY LETBY: NURSE SENT CARD TO GRIEVING PARENTS, JURY TOLD

    Lucy Letby wrote a sympathy card to the parents of a baby she allegedly killed, her trial hears.

    Baby
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    MRBEAST: WHY HAS YOUTUBER FACED CRITICISM FOR BLIND SURGERY VIDEO?

    The world's most popular YouTuber has responded to criticism over him funding life-changing operations.

    Face
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    'THE WHALE GIVES A VOICE TO PEOPLE LIKE ME'

    Sean Crawford says the movie about a reclusive teacher with severe obesity resonates with his life.

    Obesity
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    TRANSPLANT BOY'S FAMILY WOULD TAKE LEGAL ACTION OVER LAW DELAY

    Dáithí's Law would introduce a transplant opt-out system but has been held up at Stormont.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    COST OF LIVING: MAN GIVES £10,000 TO CHARITY AFTER SEEING WOMAN'S STORY ON THE BBC

    Anne Vivian-Smith is disabled and struggles to pay her bills - her story prompted a generous donation from one reader.

    Disability
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    AVIAN FLU SPILLS OVER FROM BIRDS TO MAMMALS IN UK

    Scientists will monitor the virus, but UK health chiefs say the risk to the public is very low.

    Flu
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    FOLIC ACID IN FLOUR TOO LOW TO PREVENT BIRTH DEFECTS, SCIENTISTS SAY

    Current government proposals do not go far enough to help pregnant women, leading experts claim.

    Pregnant
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    NORTH EAST AMBULANCE STAFF LACKED CRITICAL MEDICINES, CQC FINDS

    A damning report on North East Ambulance Service highlights concerns over management of medicines.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    IAN PATERSON: FURTHER 1,500 PATIENTS TO BE RECALLED

    Spire is contacting patients seen by jailed surgeon Ian Paterson between 1993 and the early 2000s.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    AMBULANCE WORKERS TO STRIKE ON 10 FEBRUARY

    Thousands of staff across five services in England will walkout in protest over pay.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    JESS HODGKINSON: LACK OF MEDICATION CONTRIBUTED TO MOTHER'S DEATH

    Jess Hodgkinson died shortly after giving birth to her daughter at Chesterfield Royal Hospital in 2021.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    COST OF LIVING WITH FOOD ALLERGIES BECOMING 'UNBEARABLE'

    Prices of supermarket staples are rising at the fastest rate in decades, hitting "free from" shoppers hard.

    Allergies, Food
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    THE NEW TECH OFFERING RELIEF FROM THE MISERY OF PERIOD PAIN

    Two start-up firms are making wearable technology that targets menstrual discomfort.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    CANNOCK TWIN'S TUMOUR AWARENESS BID AFTER BROTHER'S DEATH

    Jack Parton, now 15, was diagnosed with leukaemia weeks after brother Ben died from a brain tumour.

    Brain
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    BETHANY SHIPSEY: PARENTS WELCOME TOXIC DNP RECLASSIFICATION TO POISON

    The compound has killed several people and parents have campaigned for reclassification.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    MISTLEY RUGBY PLAYER ENDS UP IN HOSPITAL DUE TO DOG POO

    Neil Baxter says dog mess needs to be taken more seriously to prevent others being injured.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    CANCER: URGENT ACTION NEEDED AMID NHS PRESSURES, WARNS CHARITY

    There are plans to diagnose cancer in Wales faster, but also warnings services face huge challenges.

    Cancer, Face, Plan
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    COST OF LIVING: ONE IN FIVE EATING FOOD BEYOND USE-BY DATE

    A similar number have eaten smaller portions owing to rising prices, with more struggling to stay warm.

    Food
  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    EXPERTS WARN OVER VAPING PACKAGING

    NHS Digital data suggests vaping among secondary school children is rising.

  • By BBC   -   Feb 2, 2023

    BRIDLINGTON MAN REPAIRS TOOTH WITH PLASTIC AND SUPER GLUE

    Antony Watson says he resorted to drastic measures after being unable to find an NHS dentist.