Advice on the healthy use of social media will be provided to young people as part of a Scottish Government strategy to improve mental health support.
Health Secretary Jeane Freeman has been urged to ensure an internal report on treatment at a mental health unit is published in full.
The five early signs of the potentially fatal condition sepsis will be highlighted in a new campaign.
Staff at an Aberdeen hospital ward have been praised for their excellent standards and the high level of care they provide.
Crisis-hit NHS Highland is planning to introduce a mobile kidney dialysis unit across the region to save patients from having to travel hundreds of miles a week to Inverness for treatment.
Children who were fed healthy family meals during a three-month trial remained healthier for years after, a study has found.
NHS Grampian has defended its use of homeopathic remedies for patients, despite Scottish health bosses saying there is “no evidence” that they work.
NHS Grampian spends more than £200,000 on leasing 130 cars – but whistleblower claims few have been used
A whistleblower has claimed the north-east's health board has wasted hundreds of thousands of pounds on cars that have not been used.
Planned “good food nation” legislation should include the right to food, the Scottish Human Rights Commission has said.
Heart stent failures could be prevented thanks to a discovery by scientists at Heriot-Watt University.
George Alagiah has spoken about how “tough” it was to discover his bowel cancer had returned.
Rangers defender Connor Goldson has backed calls for volunteers to join a new project to tackle Scotland’s biggest health problems.
Fashion designer Christopher Kane has told how he helped a cause close to his heart – by designing badges and T-shirts for a campaign aimed at tackling cardiovascular disease.
European staff in the health service will be supported to stay in Scotland regardless of the outcome of Brexit, Jeane Freeman has said.
A third premature baby has died at the Princess Royal Maternity Hospital in Glasgow after an infection was found at a neonatal unit.
A woman from Shetland whose husband died suddenly from an undiagnosed heart problem aged just 29 has launched a campaign to look into holding heart screening events for young people in the isles.
Middle-aged men with multimorbidity are at greater risk of premature death than older people, new research has suggested.
A rise in people injecting cocaine and homelessness are the key factors behind a “perfect storm” that has resulted in a 10-fold increase in HIV infection among drug users in Glasgow city centre, research has found.
NHS Highland has recruited a team of finance experts from one of the UK’s biggest consultancy firms to help tackle the beleaguered health authority’s “significant financial challenge”.
David Beckham “speaks” in nine different languages as he calls for an end to malaria in a voice petition.
Poor standards of clinical practice at NHS Borders are putting vulnerable adults and children at risk, a senior staff member has claimed.
A mother who tried to bring medical cannabis into the UK illegally in a bid to help her severely epileptic daughter wept after it was confiscated at the airport.
Making hay while the sun shines: Cattle farmer Andy Duncan using cancer recovery to raise funds for Friends of Anchor
Andy Duncan says having to get up every morning and tend to his cattle has been crucial in keeping him motivated.
A mother is set to bring medical cannabis into the UK illegally in a bid to help her severely epileptic daughter.
Activists in hazmat suits and masks stopped traffic in west London in a protest accusing authorities of lying after cancer-causing chemicals were found in soil close to Grenfell Tower.
Age discrimination is rife in England, with a quarter of over-50s taking part in a survey claiming they had been unfairly treated in stores, restaurants and hospitals.
The Scottish Government’s health workforce planning has been criticised after it was revealed hundreds of doctors and dentists have retired early.
Four more healthcare professionals have been arrested over the suspected poisoning of patients at a hospital stroke unit.
A new project will assess how best to care for the thousands of people in Scotland with both dementia and sight loss.
The number of patients stuck in hospital despite being well enough to leave has increased by 9% in a year, official figures show.
Cancelling hundreds of operations a month because hospitals cannot cope has become a “grim norm”, an MSP has said.
NHS Tayside will change the chemotherapy treatment provided to breast cancer sufferers after a report revealed patients were being given a lower dose of drugs than in the rest of Scotland.