The star called in doctors after being taken ill during his European tour
Babies who are treated with antibiotics before they reach 12 months old are 40 per cent more likely to develop eczema, a new study has revealed.
Sometimes private clinics wouldn't bother suggesting a cheap drug like paracetamol when they could profit from prescribing more expensive versions
A nurse who was arrested and then later freed over the alleged poisoning deaths of hospital patients is to sue the police.
Incentive payments encourage GPs to closely monitor adult patients – but not children
Doctors warn virulent strain of lung disease could get out of control
Drastic warnings from the Government’s Chief Medical Officer about the coming threat from antibiotic-resistant bacteria were echoed today by the Health Protection Agency.
Britain's health system could slip back by 200 years unless the "catastrophic threat" of antibiotic resistance is successfully tackled, the Government's Chief Medical Officer warns today.
Beagle has 83 per cent success rate in sniffing out C Difficile after only two months' training
He has 83pc success rate in sniffing out hospital superbug after only two months' training
Global epidemic of C. difficile that killed thousands were caused by two separate strains
Chaleo Yoovidhya was the Thai billionaire who created a global brand with the Red Bull energy drink, which has given millions of party-goers, students and shift workers a caffeinated jolt. It spawned an industry of caffeine-laced pick-me-ups, which in 2011 was reportedly worth over $42 billion .
The world is entering an era where injuries as common as a child's scratched knee could kill, where patients entering hospital gamble with their lives, and where routine operations such as a hip replacement become too dangerous to carry out, the head of the World Health Organisation (WHO) has warned.
Antibiotic crisis will make routine operations impossible and a scratched knee could be fatal
Britain is facing a "massive" rise in antibiotic-resistant blood poisoning caused by the bacterium E.coli – bringing closer the spectre of diseases that are impossible to treat.