According to figures obtained by the BBC, tens of thousands of operations were cancelled by English hospitals in 2015, but were not officially recorded.

A report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) has warned that universities are struggling to cope with rising demand for mental health services for students.

The lack off strategic planning in cuts to education funding for nurses and midwives will hard NHS reforms in the future, a new report says.

A new report from charity Bliss has revealed a widespread lack of facilities and support for parents at neonatal units across England.

There should be a tailored approach to care when treating someone who has two or more long-term health conditions, says NICE.

Despite the government and the NHS saying it should stop, face-down physical restraint is still being used in mental health wards.

Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has taken out an emergency loan of £20 million to cover its £11 million deficit.

The Royal College of Physicians (RCP) has branded the NHS as ‘underfunded, underdoctored and overstretched’ in a new report.

According to new research my the Royal Voluntary Service, older people supported after a stay in hospital are less likely to be readmitted and are more likely to report an improved quality of life.

Public Health England has released a statement urging school leavers to get vaccinated against meningococcal disease (MedW), after figures showed less than a fifth of young people had received the vaccination so far.

According to a report by the BBC, there have been over 2,000 alleged sex offences in adult care, nursing and residential homes reported to the police service over the last three years.

The Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP) has forecasted that a GP deficit in the UK will happen by 2020.

Sir Malcom Grant, chairman of NHS England, has said, in an interview with the Times, that NHS doctors are to be made to declare their income from private work, under plans to boost transparency in the sector.

According to a study published in the journal Preventative Medicine, outdoor exercise delivers an estimated £2.2 billion of health benefits to adults in England annually.

Smoking rates in England have fallen to the lowest on record, with the availability of e-cigarettes a likely reason for the drop.

The group Justice for Health is mounting a legal challenge to take the junior doctor dispute to the High Court, in an attempt to stop the government imposing the new contract.

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