New York’s Bellevue Hospital performs thousands of the lucrative surgeries a year, even on Rikers Island prisoners and other inappropriate patients.
The wife of a man diagnosed with terminal brain cancer says their lives have become a nightmare.
A test is available in Brighton to determine if babies could lose their hearing from an antibiotic.
The proposal has elicited mounting opposition from tobacco companies, Black activists worried about police enforcement and small businesses, as President Biden moves into an election year.
Campaigners said they were not satisfied with Boris Johnson’s answers at the Covid inquiry.
The revolutionary technology could be updated for even greater accuracy, research suggests.
We asked vets how to keep pets safe from respiratory disease this holiday season.
Addenbrooke’s Hospital apologises for two data breaches in 2020 and 2021 involving 22,446 patients.
The second round of public hearings is examining how ministers made decisions during the pandemic.
Shortly after he retired, the man’s health began to fail him. An accidental finding on a CT scan revealed the true culprit.
Dr. Murphy’s safe, reliable container replaced breakable glass bottles used in transfusions in the Korean War. He also helped improve pacemakers and artificial kidneys.
Walkouts are planned on three days in the run-up to Christmas and six days in the new year.
Campaigners say the government works “at a snails pace” to compensate victims infected with HIV or hepatitis C.
MPs were voting on a plan to set up a compensation scheme for infected blood scandal victims.
A senior doctor gives her first interview since being awarded a record £3.2m payout at a tribunal.
Many in social care believe overseas staff saved the system from collapse, reports Alison Holt.
People with chronic problems after falls and car crashes scored better on cognition tests after getting a brain implant, a new study found.
Addy Clarke’s parents are making the most of time with the seven-year-old, who has Batten Disease.
Jennifer Livovich started a nonprofit to give socks to the homeless population in Boulder, Colo. She lost it, and more, in a legal and policy dispute.
New health secretary Victoria Atkins says strikes by medics have delayed 1.1 million appointments.
Up to 30,000 people were given contaminated blood in the 1970s and 1980s. Thousands have died.