The family of a man who died after contracting legionnaires’ disease on holiday in Bulgaria is taking legal action against tour operator Jet2.
School pupils who have recently smoked, drunk alcohol and taken drugs are more likely to be unhappy, new figures have revealed.
Complacent parents and a misguided belief in “superstitious mumbo jumbo” spread online about the supposed risks of vaccines have contributed to the UK losing its measles-free status, Boris Johnson has said.
The number of babies dying from unexplained causes has dropped to its lowest level on record, new figures show.
Men may be more likely to victim-blame women who are sexually harassed because they are more empathetic with the perpetrators, new research suggests.
Boris Johnson has ordered urgent action to boost the number of children and young people receiving vaccinations following a rise in cases of measles.
Experts question why life-saving scans are for men only when a third of victims now killed by artery defect are women
Men-only screening for a potentially lethal condition must change because a third of the victims killed are women, according to doctors.
The perfect pupil: Glasgow woman trains to be an optician after 10 cornea transplants and being diagnosed with eye cancer
A woman who has had 10 cornea transplants in the past five years is training to become an optician.
Anyone diagnosed with cancer wants to know how to manage the debilitating side effects of treatment.
Drug-related deaths in England and Wales are the highest they have been since records began more than a quarter of a century ago, official figures show.
Middle-aged people are more likely to die from a fatal dose of drugs or suicide than any other generation, analysis suggests.