BBC News - Health
Updated: 2 hours 56 min ago
A UK-wide survey for The Prince's Trust suggests political upheaval, job worries and low self-confidence have left young people anxious and daunted.
Reform's Andrew Haldenby on a web app and video helping to deliver medical care.
A type of depression may affect people who are genetically at risk of schizophrenia, a new study suggests.
Dementia patients and carers are asked to share their experiences to help the Welsh Government shape the first strategy for Wales.
As a new survey suggests one in four young people feels out of control, this is the advice people in their 20s would give to their teenage selves.
Theresa May pledges to help schools and companies deal with the "injustice" of mental illness.
Political upheaval, job worries and low self-confidence have left young people anxious and daunted, a survey suggests.
Theresa May rejects claims by the Red Cross of a "humanitarian crisis" in the NHS.
NHS England specialist director Professor Keith Willett rejects claims from the Red Cross that there is a "humanitarian crisis" in its hospitals in England.
The Red Cross is warning there is a "humanitarian crisis" in its hospitals in England, something the NHS denies.
Dr Mark Holland says predictions of "a winter from hell" in England's NHS hospitals are coming true.
The British Red Cross says it has been responding to a "humanitarian crisis" in NHS hospitals in England.
Ben Moore is one of the first children in England to receive a false leg for sport, on the NHS.
Ben is one of the first children to be fitted by the NHS with a false leg especially designed for sport.
GPs warn patients with coughs and colds to stay away from surgeries - with cases at a seasonal high.
An NHS director and a software supplier are jailed over a corrupt hospital IT contract.
Surgeons are labeling 3D printing technology as revolutionary - as the ability to print bespoke implants gives patients quicker recovery times and a better end result.
The British Dental Association say some new dentists are facing delays in being able to do NHS work.
The London Ambulance Service is investigating whether computer failure on New Year's Day may have contributed to the death of a patient.
Liverpool Women's Hospital could move to a new site, saying its services are not affordable and patient needs are changing.