News Old

Tue Oct 14 16:36:05 BST 2014
Will it make a difference in the UK?
Tue Oct 14 16:32:40 BST 2014
Passengers arriving at Heathrow airport from Ebola-affected countries have been screened by health
Tue Oct 14 15:31:25 BST 2014
A new trust is being set up to run the scandal-hit Stafford Hospital and a second hospital in
Tue Oct 14 13:59:12 BST 2014
A UN health worker infected with Ebola dies in Germany, as the WHO warns it is too early to say the
Tue Oct 14 13:55:25 BST 2014
Dr Colin Brown explains how to prevent transmitting Ebola after caring for patients with the
Tue Oct 14 13:25:08 BST 2014
Charities plan to expand a system that allows Ebola advice to be texted to mobile phones located
Tue Oct 14 13:18:17 BST 2014
How soon could there be an off-the-shelf treatment and vaccine?
Tue Oct 14 11:49:50 BST 2014
How broadcasting health messages can save lives
Tue Oct 14 10:21:52 BST 2014
Scientists sequence the entire genome of the common housefly in a bid to find cures for human
Tue Oct 14 07:29:23 BST 2014
Health will swallow up an ever-increasing share of the public purse in Wales unless there is a
Tue Oct 14 00:15:52 BST 2014
Doctors in Britain are "missing opportunities" to spot lung cancer at an early stage, meaning one
Mon Oct 13 23:38:20 BST 2014
The BBC's David Shukman reports on the race to develop a vaccine and treatment for Ebola, which
Mon Oct 13 16:42:42 BST 2014
Thousands of health workers in England and Northern Ireland have taken part in a strike over pay
Mon Oct 13 16:29:11 BST 2014
Is there a way out of the NHS pay dispute?
Mon Oct 13 16:08:39 BST 2014
Nurses and medical assistants fighting the Ebola outbreak in Liberia largely ignore a call to
Mon Oct 13 13:52:43 BST 2014
A backpacker finds a leech which had been living in her nose for a month after returning from a
Mon Oct 13 13:36:09 BST 2014
Why too few of us are doing enough exercise
Mon Oct 13 12:47:49 BST 2014
A 93-year-old describes the the "despair" and loneliness he has suffered since becoming a widower.
Mon Oct 13 10:41:16 BST 2014
How social media affects the way we see ourselves
Mon Oct 13 10:12:38 BST 2014
Thousands of NHS workers, including nurses, midwives and ambulance staff, are taking part in a
Mon Oct 13 07:53:11 BST 2014
I want to do Stephen Sutton proud, says award winner
Mon Oct 13 00:13:23 BST 2014
Why did life expectancy in the US drop by 12 years after WW1
Mon Oct 13 00:04:32 BST 2014
BBC Inside Out examines the quality of training and care on offer to people with dementia in care
Mon Oct 13 00:03:39 BST 2014
Former cricketer Sir Ian Botham has been speaking about his father's dementia and how difficult it
Mon Oct 13 00:03:25 BST 2014
Increasing numbers of men are facing loneliness and isolation in their old age, suggests research.
Sun Oct 12 14:27:07 BST 2014
NHS England's Chief Nursing Officer appeals to health workers to "think carefully" about a four
Sun Oct 12 01:30:31 BST 2014
Whatever happened to the traditional 'deathbed'?
Sun Oct 12 00:26:01 BST 2014
Capsules containing frozen faecal material could help people with C. difficile gut infections,
Sat Oct 11 17:33:55 BST 2014
The chief medical officer has defended the UK's Ebola screening programme, saying it will alert
Fri Oct 10 13:25:57 BST 2014
The search for a cure for type 1 diabetes has recently taken a "tremendous step forward",
Fri Oct 10 07:27:51 BST 2014
BBC reporter visits a village in Sierra Leone where Ebola is yet to take hold
Fri Oct 10 07:02:33 BST 2014
What is Ebola and how is the disease spread?
Thu Oct 09 04:36:10 BST 2014
One woman turns her battle with anorexia into graphic novel
Wed Oct 08 11:37:40 BST 2014
Mental health targets: A start of a long journey?
Tue Oct 07 17:16:45 BST 2014
As the outbreak rages, here's what we know about stopping it
Tue Oct 07 16:19:58 BST 2014
A photo-sharing app enabling healthcare professionals to view patients' photos is to be launched
Sun Sep 14 01:00:59 BST 2014
The wards full of patients suspended between life and death
Fri Aug 08 05:05:18 BST 2014
Why does Ebola cause more concern than other deadly diseases?