The majority of US employees feel uncomfortable taking time off for medical appointments
Euthanasia accounted for 3.9 per cent of all deaths in the Netherlands in 2015
'I hate how I look. I'm hurting myself so much all the time'
Scotland is ranked the best among the home nations for wellbeing
Over 1.6 million children began schools overweight in the past decade, leading to concerns over future costs to the health care sector
Study provides evidence of ‘crucial link’ between mind and body, experts say
We need much greater acknowledgement and awareness of the diverse ways that people can and do grow older
Scientists have been wrong before on lifespan – in 1921 it was thought that living beyond 105 was impossible – but a new study insists there really is an upper limit on how long we can live
Another study shows that although average life expectancy has risen by 10 years since 1990, the healthy life expectancy (the years without serious illness or disability) rose by only 6.1 years
The health gains being made are masking a growing amount of illness, disability and deaths from non-communicable diseases
Sufferers describe fibres jutting from their skin and the sensation of insects crawling on them – but some scientists insist it is a mental condition
'Emotional abuse is an attack on your personality rather than your body, and it can be just as harmful as physical abuse'
The Health Secretary must not be blind to the obvious fact that working conditions for too many NHS staff are unacceptable, and that has led to many choosing to ply their trade elsewhere. Now is the time to ask his Government for greater investment
Women are proving that pregnancy comes in all shapes and sizes
'Words cannot express how miserable I was today and have been on so many occasions in the past. If anyone asked me advice on pursuing a career in nursing I would strongly advise against it. It is by far the worst decision I have ever made'
'One person said 'I swear I can taste fat marbling in that sausage''