Whorlton Hall: Hospital abuse missed despite at least 100 official visits

Inspectors, council staff and NHS officials went in twice week on average in the year before Panorama expose.

Two female loos for every male one, experts recommend

With more urinals than cubicles, men - unlike women - rarely queue, a report says.

Colluding drug firms 'cost the NHS millions of pounds'

The competition regulator says that four drugs firms forced the price of an anti-nausea tablet up by 700%.

Aspirin 'safe' for brain-bleed strokes

Patients can take aspirin without raising their risk of another stroke, a study suggests.

I lost my arms and legs - stop it happening to others

Sepsis survivor Tom Ray wants better awareness and faster diagnosis of the potentially deadly disease.

'Broken' care system for most vulnerable

Patients with mental health problems, autism and learning disabilities are being let down, a report says.

Don't be complacent over laughing gas risks, say nurses

Nurses are warning drug use can cause breathing and heart problems - and sometimes death.

Heart scan 'could pick up signs of sudden death risk'

Researchers used detailed images of the heart to look for signs of hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.

Decriminalise prostitution, say nurses

Nurses are worried sex workers are risking their health and safety because of the laws around prostitution.

MRI scan death of Torbay teenager investigated

Alice Sloman's heart had grown to twice the normal size due to growth hormone treatment.