BBC News - Health
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BBC Scotland follows a 999 call from the moment it is received by health service call handlers.
A group of organisations, including the governing body of gymnastics, want trampoline parks to adhere to a set of safety guidelines.
A dementia patient with chest pain, a man with prostate cancer, a feverish baby and an alcoholic who has hit his head... all patients attended by one paramedic in one day.
There should be more safety measures in place at trampoline parks, a group of organisations say.
Aspiring nurses can soon enrol on a new on-the-job apprenticeship role, the government says.
What is it like for a paramedic on the frontline?
Sleep-deprived workers are costing the UK economy £40bn a year and face a higher risk of death, says a new study.
Ambulance services are struggling to reach the seriously ill quickly enough after rising demand has left the system at breaking point, a BBC investigation has found.
Women are more likely to have a successful pregnancy if they conceive sooner after a miscarriage rather than waiting, researchers say.
Philip Morris is launching a new cigarette in the UK which it says could see it stop selling conventional cigarettes altogether.
Prime Minister Theresa May condemns continuing stigma against people living with HIV in the UK.
Ambulance services are looking at new ways to meet the growing demand.
The ITN newsreader talks about struggling to get the right care.
Richard has suffered from Obsessive Compulsive Disorder since he was a teenager. He and his father have been talking about their lives.
Emma, who has bipolar disorder, describes how her friends and teachers treated her
Hundreds of thousands of healthy women should take pills to cut their risk of breast cancer, says NHS watchdog.
Life expectancy for Scottish men and women has continued to improve - but they still die younger on average than people anywhere else in the UK.
Northern Ireland's health regulator has raised concerns about staffing levels at Altnagelvin Hospital's Emergency Department.
Health bosses have approved plans to delay routine surgery for smokers and obese people.
Paralympian David Smith reads out a letter – written to his younger, pre-surgery self.