75 per cent of adults in the UK are unaware of the impact that air pollution has on the heart, data shows.
The CQC, as part of proposed changes to its regulation of health and social care, has made plans to overhaul its inspections.
Illegal and harmful levels of air pollution are affecting patients and staff at more than half of London’s hospitals, a new report reveals.
New report highlights how ‘engaging and empowering’ staff has been fundamental in driving up the quality of care received.
A new report has revealed that the health of children in Northern Ireland is ‘among the worst in Western Europe’.
A major study has revealed that obese women are at a higher risk of having babies with serious birth defects.
Families are being charged by care homes for extended periods after a resident has died, as well as large upfront fees, a market study reveals.
ComRes has suggested that the hung Parliament could see more money available for the NHS.
Data gathered by BMA Cymru Wales has revealed that the number of GP practices 'at risk' in Wales has increased.
Stephen Dorrell has delivered the opening speech at Confed17, arguing that a thorough review of long term demand patterns in health and care is needed.
New research has highlighted the major risks associated with people over 75 taking daily aspirin after a stroke or heart attack.
A significantly higher amount of junior doctors are choosing to come to or stay in Wales to train to be GPs.
The BMA has awarded a charity £35,000 to boost resilience to terror attacks.
A breast cancer drug has been rejected in Scotland for the third time due to its high cost.
Tens of thousands of people could be undergoing needless operations due to lack of research on a ‘placebo component’, a leading surgeon has said.
A global study has suggested that you don’t have to be clinically obese to be in danger of dying from illnesses linked to excess weight.
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