• By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    THE NEW SURGICAL TOOL INSPIRED BY A WASP

    The device avoids clogging by using friction instead of suction, similar to the way a parasitoid wasp lays its eggs.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID-19: HEALTH TRUSTS IN APPEAL TO OFF-DUTY STAFF

    Health officials say some services and surgery may be cancelled due to "extreme strain" from Covid admissions.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID-19: RECENT CLAIMS ABOUT CREMATIONS AND VACCINES FACT-CHECKED

    Debunking claims shared widely on social media about cremations in the UK and US vaccine statistics.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    WHIPPS CROSS HOSPITAL PATIENTS EVACUATED AFTER FLOODING

    "Major incident" at Whipps Cross Hospital as fire brigade takes 1,000 flood calls across London.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    FLOODED LONDON HOSPITALS ASK PATIENTS TO STAY AWAY

    Torrential rain saw severe flooding in homes, roads and tube stations in parts of London on Sunday.

    Hospital
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    SENIOR DOCTORS IN ENGLAND TO BE CONSULTED ON NHS PAY OFFER

    The BMA doctors' union says the 3% pay rise offer for NHS staff in England is "bitterly disappointing".

    Senior
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    CORONAVIRUS INFECTIONS CONTINUE TO FALL IN UK

    But any rise in cases linked to the 19 July unlocking is unlikely to show up in the daily data just yet.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    LOCKDOWN WEIGHT GAIN AVERAGING HALF A STONE - SURVEY

    Four in 10 adults in England have become fatter during the pandemic, a survey suggests.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID: MODERNA JAB APPROVED FOR TEENAGERS IN EU

    Vaccination with Moderna's jab can now be extended to adolescents, the EU medicines watchdog says.

    Vaccination, Adolescence
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID INFECTIONS AROUND THE UK CONTINUE TO RISE

    Cases continue to increase, with more rises possible once the impact of easing restrictions kicks in.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID-19: STOKE-ON-TRENT CARE FIRM FEELS PAIN OF 34 DEATHS

    Phil Lloyd, from NG Healthcare, said staff did everything they could to stop the virus spreading.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    AI BREAKTHROUGH COULD SPARK MEDICAL REVOLUTION

    A program has been used to predict the structures of nearly every protein in the human body.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    DAILY CONTACT TESTING IN SCHOOLS CUTS ABSENCES, STUDY FINDS

    A study in 200 English secondary schools and colleges found very few infections in close contacts of cases.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID VACCINE: EIGHT-WEEK GAP SEEN AS SWEET SPOT FOR PFIZER JAB ANTIBODIES

    Spacing out doses boosts antibody levels, say researchers - who suggest eight weeks as the "sweet spot"

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    CHILD WINTER RESPIRATORY ILLNESS ON RISE IN SUMMER

    Parents are warned to look out for signs of RSV, after lockdown disrupted its normal winter spread.

    Child
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    HOW THE LIVES OF EX-SPORTSMEN AND WOMEN HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY CONCUSSION

    BBC Radio 5 Live speaks to former sportsmen and women and their families about how concussion has changed their lives.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID CASES AT RECORD LEVELS FOR 20 TO 29-YEAR-OLDS

    Everyone in this age group should be cautious when socialising, officials say, and get two jabs.

  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID: WHERE AND WHY IS THE US VACCINE ROLLOUT SLOWING DOWN?

    Vaccinations in the US are slowing as infections rise - we've looked at where and why this is happening.

    Vaccination
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    COVID: CHINA REJECTS WHO PLAN FOR SECOND PHASE OF VIRUS ORIGIN PROBE

    China says a proposal to audit labs shows "disrespect to common sense and arrogance towards science".

    Audition, Plan
  • By BBC   -   Sep 24, 2021

    NOTTINGHAM MATERNITY SCANDAL: 'THE PAIN NEVER GOES AWAY'

    More than 20 families demand a completely independent inquiry into an NHS trust's failing maternity services.