- Disruption as doctors' strike halted December 1, 2015Hospitals across England face disruption with thousands of operations cancelled, despite a 24-hour strike by junior doctors being called off.
- Organ donor law 'revolution' begins December 1, 2015Wales becomes the first nation in the UK to introduce a "revolutionary" new system to increase the number of organ donors.
- Tax on sugary drinks backed by MPs November 30, 2015A tax on sugary drinks should be introduced as part of a "bold and urgent" set of measures to tackle child obesity in England, MPs say.
- 'Down to the bone' model's health alert December 1, 2015A model who was asked to slim "down to the bone" hands in a petition to Downing Street calling for better healthcare in the modelling industry.
- Parents 'avoid mental health talks' November 30, 2015More than half of parents in England have never spoken to their children about stress, anxiety and depression, a survey suggests.
- A&E waiting times 'getting worse' November 27, 2015Waiting times in A&E departments across the UK are worsening as pressures grow in hospitals, figures suggest.
- Multiple-birth care 'postcode lottery' November 27, 2015Women expecting twins or triplets are experiencing poor antenatal care in some areas of England, a report suggests.
- NI abortion law 'breaches human rights' November 30, 2015The High Court in Belfast rules abortion legislation in Northern Ireland is in breach of human rights laws.
- Junior doctor dispute to go to Acas November 25, 2015The government has agreed to talks at Acas in the junior doctors' dispute - but the strikes have not been called off.
- Organ donor law change 'not enough' November 30, 2015Wales will need to do more than change the law to increase organ donations, one of the world's leading transplant experts says.