A further person in Scotland has tested negative for coronavirus, taking the total to seven.
Rates of breast cancer in Scots men doubles as experts suggest pesticides could be linked to countryside cases
Chemicals used in farming may be a factor as male breast cancer cases double in Scotland, according to research.
More than 50 people have now been tested for coronavirus in the UK, according to the Department of Health, although all tests have returned negative.
It’s a £13-a-month lifesaver. So why can’t Scots patients get it? New inhaler that could cut asthma death not fully licensed in UK
Scotland’s death toll from asthma could be dramatically cut by issuing of an inhaler that costs just £13, according to a leading expert.
The coronavirus outbreak has accelerated its spread in China with 56 deaths so far.
Britons trapped in the Chinese province at the centre of the coronavirus outbreak have been urged to leave the area if they are able to do so.
A doctor treating two Paris hospital patients for coronavirus has said the illness appears less serious than comparable outbreaks of the past and that the chances of a European epidemic are weak.
The Chinese president has described the accelerating spread of coronavirus as a grave situation, as cities from the outbreak’s epicentre in central China to Hong Kong scramble to contain an illness that has infected more than 1,200 people and killed 41.
The number of people tested for coronavirus in the UK has passed 30, but there are still no confirmed cases.
“Men get breast cancer, too” is still a sentence that surprises people.
More than 200 private patients at a hospital linked to the Ian Paterson breast surgery scandal have been recalled over concerns a surgeon may have performed “unnecessary” operations on them.