The Equality and Human Rights Commission has written to the UN expressing concerns that the doctors contract amounts to unfair discrimination against women
Campaigners have said they worry the backlog incurred by the junior doctors' strike combined with bank holiday working hours "could prove fatal"
‘This report lays to rest almost all of the concerns over these products, and concludes that, with sensible regulation, electronic cigarettes have the potential to make a major contribution towards preventing the premature death’, the report concluded
'It makes complete sense to me that this wonderful faculty of thinking can both get us into trouble and also get us out of trouble,' researcher says
It is thought that this may be because younger gay and bisexual men are also more likely to have lower incomes and employment security than older men, as well as to come out at a much younger age
Commons' environment committee says the Government must act urgently to stop up to 50,000 deaths a year
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
The junior doctors' contract is really about the restructuring of the workforce to bring down the wage bill, opening up an £100bn oyster for profit
The Health Secretary should do whatever it takes to avert this week’s 48-hour walkout by junior doctors – even if it means eating humble pie
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
Official figures show infants in the Midlands are more likely to die than elsewhere in the UK
The idea of forging a sexual relationship with a parent or sibling is unthinkable to most people. Kashmira Gander explores why extranged blood relatives sometimes fall in love.
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