A health watchdog will carry out a national review of the water systems at all healthcare facilities in Scotland built since 2013 to avoid a repeat of an infection outbreak at a children’s hospital.
Three babies affected by an infection at a hospital neonatal unit had an “extremely rare strain” of the bacteria, health chiefs have said.
Proposed new legislation to help boost organ donation is ethically unacceptable and risks reducing the number of transplants that can take place, MSPs have been warned.
Fresh funding has been announced by the Scottish Government in a bid to shorten waiting times for people receiving medical procedures.
Widow calls for introduction of tests to spot ‘Celtic Curse’ genetic disorder haemochromatosis after husband dies at 52
Keen golfer Pat Flynn was a fit and healthy man. Trips to the doctor were rare.
Half of GP practice buildings are not considered to be fit for purpose, a survey has found.
When she was just six-years-old, Libbi Toledo told her mum she would never grow old.
Running for miles, swimming length after length and powering through spin classes every night of the week – triathlon training is gruelling.
A struggling health board is “on the road to recovery” but still needs to make major changes, a new report has said.
He ain’t heavy, he’s my father: Dad sheds half his weight after son encourages him to join martial arts group
A dad says he is fighting fit after losing almost half his bodyweight when his son talked him into joining his martial arts club.
One of Scotland’s most familiar voices has told how almost fell silent last week after four major health alerts.