In the UK, it is legal to smack a child provided that no physical marks are left, such as bruising or bleeding
The chief executive of NHS England had a front row seat during the imposition of PFI on the NHS, yet his five-year plan for the health service contains no reference to the burdens it left behind
Study of over 15,000 people finds moderate amounts of fatty foods do not do as much damage as previously thought
If the Health Secretary’s commitment to patient safety is genuine, he must be lobbying the Chancellor very hard for extra NHS funding. Perhaps he should ‘do an IDS’
The mid-afternoon fatigue might well be a natural part of middle age. Then again, it could be an underactive thyroid, sleep apnea, leukaemia – or any of 61,000 other disorders
The appeal to the military was unsuccessful as the right grade of medic was not available
In future, it seems inevitable that the elderly and infirm will be looked after by machines. But how far are we down that road and will we like it?
Campaigners say the skin condition can lead to mental health issues and even suicide
Eating disorder campaigner says: 'This is the most shameful idea I have ever seen'
Initiative to be based on Finland’s 80-year-old scheme praised with reducing infant mortality rates
The body's first line of defence against harmful chemicals is being hampered by toxins such as DDT, PCBs and flame retardants found in fish, study finds
The study reviewed the sexual satisfaction and pain sensors of 62 circumcised and non-circumcised men
'Stunning advances' in three-dimensional scanning techniques mean doctors could soon be able to spot conditions like heart disease long before they become life-threatening
Joe Wicks makes a profit of one million a month and has amassed a following of one million on Instagram
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Almost half of salvageable heart muscle deteriorates after one hour of an artery becoming blocked