GPs who suspect a patient has coronavirus must put them in isolation and avoid physically examining them, official guidance says.
Millie, who turns seven this week, is an active little girl who loves football, horse riding and swimming.
Will migraine wonder drug banish pain of headaches? Experts hail groundbreaking new treatment with Scots first in the queue for trials
We’ve all had a sore head at some point in our lives. Whether caused by tiredness, stress, too much alcohol or not enough water, that distinct throbbing pain signals that it’s time to reach for the painkillers.
Professor expects ‘many more’ suspected cases of coronavirus as four people undergo tests in Scotland
There are likely to be “many more cases” of suspected coronavirus across the UK, a professor has said as four people undergo tests in Scotland.
The Welsh NHS recorded its worst ever A&E waiting times figures last month, with just 72.1% of patients seen within four hours.
The NHS is “ready to respond appropriately” to any cases of coronavirus that emerge in the UK, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has said.
Eight medical abortions were carried out in Northern Ireland last year.
There has been a steep rise in rates of cervical cancer among women aged 25 to 29, a charity has warned.
Four people have died and hundreds have been infected by a new coronavirus that appears to have originated in China.
The NHS in England faces £4.3 billion in legal fees to settle outstanding claims of clinical negligence.
Survivor who says medicinal cannabis is saving her life questions why research into drug’s benefits doesn’t include cancer
A brain cancer patient who says medicinal cannabis is saving her life has asked why Europe’s biggest research programme into the drug’s benefits does not include the disease.