Japanese fungus - also called Candida auris (C. auris) - has affected more than 200 patients in hospitals in England - but what is it?
The NHS is having to ration hepatitis B vaccine doses because of a worldwide shortage caused by manufacturing problems.
Doctors say immediate first aid from passers-by is vital after an acid attack.
GPs should keep a register of patients in their care with autism to help improve their care, says NICE
Experts are challenging conventional advice that patients prescribed antibiotics should always complete the course
Sex workers will be able to give blood after a decision to overturn the current ban in force in England and Scotland.
Millions of pounds could be shaved off England's health budget if doctors stopped prescribing homeopathic medicines, says the NHS.
The government has announced it will establish a public inquiry into the NHS contaminated blood scandal.
More nurses and midwives are leaving the profession together with a slowdown in new recruits, figures show
Prescriptions in England should be free for everyone with long-term conditions, say campaigners.
People in Scotland may in future have to opt out of a register if they do not wish to donate their organs after they die.
Information leaflets packed into medicine packets should be rewritten, say experts, who heard that patients find them "impenetrable" and "unreadable".
The care of patients with severe sepsis and septic shock is improving but treatment is still not being provided fast enough, according to a national clinical audit.
Dozens of NHS organisations in England and Scotland were hit by cyber-attacks to their computer systems - but what's known about these attacks and the risk they pose? Read our FAQs.
Sugary drinks will be banned from hospitals across England unless shops take voluntary action to cut down on their sales.
The NHS in England says patients may have to wait longer for non-emergency surgery, such as hip replacements and knee operations.
Fish oils, skin rubs and some gluten-free foods are among a list of items that may become unavailable for NHS prescription in England under proposals to save money.
Concerns that patients undergoing emergency surgery at weekends have a higher chance of dying are unfounded, says a new UK study.
Health charities and the pharmaceutical industry have criticised a new affordability test for medicines before they can be used in the NHS in England.
People who arrive in hospital with symptoms of sepsis should be treated within an hour, the drugs and treatment regulator has decided.
National standards for palliative and end-of-life care are needed after a report revealed stark discrepancies in services across England.
You may not have heard of them but STPs are the next big change coming to the NHS in England.
Failings in the NHS and social care system caused by underinvestment are the most likely explanation for a surge in deaths in England and Wales, according to a new analysis.
Every NHS trust will have to charge foreign patients an upfront fee if they can't prove that they are eligible for free, non-urgent secondary care, the government has announced.
Patients who complain to the health service watchdog about poor care by the NHS in England are treated like time-wasters, says a report.
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