The US government 'were aware' of the hazards of window blind cords about 30 years ago
Shrien Dewani, who is accused of organising the murder of his wife Anni, has lost a High Court bid to block his extradition to South Africa until he is fit to stand trial.
The NHS in England is not doing enough to look after the health of its staff, doctors have warned, as a report found that nearly half of NHS trusts do not have a mental wellbeing policy in place for their employees.
Deadlines and bills can knock most students down to breaking point. With little enjoyment left in life, money can serve as a comfort, going out and splurging cash on a fancy meal or a new outfit can provide a temporary solution. However, forking out for a long weekend on the slopes is a resort many have to turn to in the search for a less temporary solution to new years depression as a student. A high adrenaline holiday is enough to take anyone’s minds off of the stresses of student life.
Students at Cambridge have spoken out on social media to complain about what they claim are serious flaws in the university’s welfare system.
Students at a university in Scotland have turned to an unusual friend to help them beat the stress of exam season.
Chief Constable Sir Peter Fahy will be charged with breaching health and safety rules over police killing of unarmed man
Stress might be useful for dodging sabre-toothed tigers, but it doesn't help so much with exams
If your resolution to fight the flab weakens, the only pounds you lose may be in health club bills
Man in charge of a fireworks display held on the night of a massive motorway crash in which seven people died and 51 were injured has been cleared of breaching health and safety laws
Warning, strong language: Five arrested as occupation at the University of London headquarters ends in violence
Reduced to a trembling wreck by the mere sight of a spider? Never fear - a new app believes it can help
Teenagers, essentially, need to move around a lot
Kidney-failure suffer Rivers Pound uses his second bedroom to store his dialysis machine
It’s what anti-establishment campaigners have long suspected: the Government is a magnet for corruption.
David Nath explains why he hopes his ‘Bedlam’ TV series will help change ingrained attitudes to psychotic illness