Cutting hospital beds and using the money for care at home could mean better treatment for patients, according to NHS England's chief nursing officer.
Online ads for food and drinks high in fat, salt or sugar aimed at children are to be banned under new rules from advertisers.
Philip Morris has launched a new, less harmful cigarette in the UK which it says could mean halting sales of its conventional tobacco products.
Ambulance services are struggling to reach seriously ill and injured patients
The Whitehouse Centre in Huddersfield is a little different from the average GP's surgery.
The trust responsible for one of the UK's largest teaching hospitals will be placed in special measures after it was rated inadequate.
Children who are exposed to abuse, domestic violence or other stresses are far more likely to develop long term health problems, says new research.
A television advert in which a tearful woman meets a slimmer and happier version of herself has been banned by the Advertising Standards Authority.
Health problems related to poor diet, drinking and smoking are costing the NHS in England more than £11bn each year, officials say.
Women's mental health needs are not being considered adequately despite the rising rate of female suicide, campaigners have warned.