Social media data needed for 'harm' research, say doctors

Understanding usage by children is key to studying potential harms and benefits, psychiatrists say.

Susan Warby death: Whistleblower letter to husband 'revealed blunders'

The hospital reportedly demanded fingerprints and samples of handwriting to find the whistleblower.

Stroke consultant shortage 'hurtling towards crisis'

Some 48% of hospitals in England, Wales and Northern Ireland do not have the staff they need, figures suggest.

'Alarming' one in five deaths due to sepsis

The most detailed study of sepsis shows it is a much bigger problem than previously thought.

Fundraising to communicate with our daughter

Provision of sign language courses for parents of deaf children is found to be "patchy".

Scotland bid to regulate beauty filler industry

A new licensing scheme will target non-healthcare professionals who carry out work such as lip enhancements.

'My sister died after taking a line of cocaine'

Research for the BBC by NHS Digital shows a huge rise in mental and physical illness linked to cocaine.

NHS tells betting firms to stop 'vicious gambling cycle'

Free bets and other incentives should be banned to make gambling safer, a letter to companies says.

HIV infections among gay and bi men fall by 71% in UK

New figures suggest the UK is on track to eliminate HIV transmission by 2030.

Does your company nurture neurodiverse talent?

Universal Music UK have changed their work culture to be more inclusive to neurodiverse people.