A coroner has warned more children in England could die unless the NHS takes action after call handlers missed several opportunities to save the life of a six-year-old boy.
Patients are routinely being cared for in emergency or temporary beds as hospitals struggle to cope with rising demand, according to new research.
Hospital staff failed to properly care for a patient who died from a reaction to medication he was given, a watchdog has ruled.
A businessman has been named as one of the victims of the listeria outbreak at hospitals in the UK.
Scottish alcohol sales have fallen to their lowest level for almost a quarter of a century since the introduction of minimum pricing.
Alcohol sales in Scotland fell to the lowest level for almost quarter of a century last year, new research has found.
More than half of doctors are cutting back their hours to avoid being forced to pay “punitive” pension tax bills – with almost a quarter considering taking early retirement.
NHS Scotland has appointed a new chief executive.
Health bosses are likely to slash opening hours at community casualty units across the region.
A “root and branch” review of NHS food has been ordered by the Health Secretary after two more patient deaths were linked to a listeria outbreak.
Two more patients have died after eating pre-packaged sandwiches and salads linked to a listeria outbreak, taking the total number of deaths to five, Public Health England has said.
Aberdeen citizens will be floating on air as two events showing ways to improve air quality are taking place this month.
GP funding should be boosted to make up 11% of the Scottish NHS budget, the Scottish Greens have said.
Rt Rev Anne Dyer: Thank you to the NHS staff who are stretched like never before but still put people first
Last month a family member had an accident that led to some days in the Aberdeen Royal Infirmary. For the first time for a very long time we got to see hospital care of the National Health Service close up.
An Aberdeen doctor says the introduction of more accurate scans will be a “game changer” in the fight against prostate cancer.
Patients are being put at risk and suffering harm due to the continued failure to hit NHS waiting-times targets, MPs say.
The number of men giving blood has fallen by almost a quarter in the last five years, new figures show.
Experts on eating disorders met in Aberdeen yesterday to discuss how self-image, social media and identity can influence conditions such as anorexia.
Ministers have insisted the NHS will never be “up for sale” after President Donald Trump appeared to backtrack on an earlier demand that it would have to form part of any trade deal with the United States.
Donald Trump has rowed back on his suggestion that access for US firms to the NHS must be part of talks for a post-Brexit trade deal.
Donald Trump has insisted the NHS must be “on the table” in any trade talks with the United States after Britain leaves the EU.
The NHS is being “stretched to its very limit”, doctors have claimed as new figures showed hospitals have vacancies for more than 450 consultants.
The number of youngsters waiting more than a year for specialist mental health treatment has more than trebled within 12 months, official figures show.
Moray hospital chimes bells for first time in decades as Princess Royal visits to mark 200th birthday
Bells have rung out at a Moray hospital for the first time in more than 50 years as Princess Anne visited to celebrate its 200th anniversary.
Health Secretary Matt Hancock has rebuffed the US ambassador to the UK for suggesting the NHS would be on the table in post-Brexit trade talks.
Almost one in three NHS hospitals still allow smoking on their premises, despite health chiefs calling for a ban since 2013.
Hospital staff should have the cost of parking at work refunded, the Scottish Conservatives have said.
Nicola Sturgeon has insisted her Government’s £850 million waiting times action plan is not failing – despite recent figures showing NHS performance against targets has hit a record low.
Boris Johnson is due to be summonsed to court “within days” over claims he lied when he said the UK gave the EU £350 million a week during the 2016 referendum, according to the campaigner who brought the prosecution.
Preparation for medicine shortages and stockpiling of medical devices after Brexit is under way, the Health Secretary has said.
Boris Johnson could face trial over claims he was lying when he said the UK gave the European Union £350 million a week during the 2016 referendum.
Boris Johnson triggered a round of Tory infighting and a spat with the country’s statistics watchdog after setting out his vision for Brexit in 2017.