A woman who was in hospital for more than two weeks with Aussie flu claims a miracle drug helped her to survive the ordeal - and she is now petitioning for it to be available through the NHS.
Stephanie Stevens has cystic fibrosis, a genetic disorder that clogs the
The slow, lingering death of UKIP is grimly fascinating to watch.
We should really be treating the spectacle in the same way we now view a Victorian freak show: a curiosity that belongs to another era.
UKIP have always attracted more coverage than they deserve and now they should be
THOUSANDS of young women are snubbing life-saving smear tests because they are embarrassed about their bodies, a cancer charity warns.
One in three 25 to 29-year-olds do not take up their test invites, a survey found.
Some 31 per cent stay away if their bikini areas are hairy, while 34
A NURSE has been caged for four years after streaming a live video of a child getting raped online.
Michael Brown, 49, who was working at Cambridgeshire's Hinchingbrooke Hospital at the time of his arrest, logged with 45 other pervs to watch a Pennsylvania man abuse the youngster.
THE millionaire couple behind one of Britain's biggest 'rip-off' parking firms raked in £500,000 between them in just one year.
Rupert and Amanda Williams - who run controversial firm UK parking control - boosted their luxury lifestyle with £509,610 in pay, dividends, and perks.
The pair live in a £1.3m
NHS 111 helpline calls could be answered by robots within two years, it's reported.
A leaked report says smartphones could become "the primary method for accessing health services" with almost 16 million inquiries handled by algorithms in 2020.
The draft document, dated last month, says that a quarter of all
Prince William's dramatic new buzz cut cost £180 but it was a way to stop Harry's teasing, according to reports.
The Duke is believed to have taken advice for the short style from his wife Kate's hairdresser, Richard Ward.
But it was Ward’s deputy Joey Wheeler who actually cut the
A heartbroken dad has shared a picture of himself hugging his four-year-old daughter as she undergoes treatment for a brain tumour the size of a golf ball.
The toddler is putting on a brave face as she prepares for at least eight months of intensive treatment after
A 27-year-old man who was told he could have just three years to live has decided to marry the love of his live.
Terminally ill Andrew Brown was told he might not live to see his 30th birthday after doctors discovered that his tumour is inoperable after
This winter hospitals have been ordered to postpone all non-emergency surgery until the end of January as the NHS is gripped by a crisis .
Around 55,000 ops are delayed as A&E units struggle to cope with massive demand and turn away non-urgent cases.
But behind the statistics
THERESA May is gearing up for a Cabinet showdown with Boris Johnson and Brexiteer ministers over demands to hand the NHS an extra £100million a week.
The Foreign Secretary will call on the support of colleagues including Jeremy Hunt, Chris Grayling and Michael Gove to force the Prime Minister to
She's hardly the shy and retiring type.
So it makes perfect sense that Rhian Sugden has stripped off for another sexy snap, this week.
The blonde babe, 31, left little to the imagination as she sported the daring two piece for an Obsessive Lingerie photoshoot on Friday.
Three million people will be protected from living in damp, mouldy and dangerous rented homes.
Labour MP Karen Buck’s plan – which the Sunday Mirror has backed – makes it illegal for landlords to rent out unfit properties.
It went through the Commons on Friday after Communities Secretary Sajid Javid
The truth about the money we give to the EU is not as Boris Johnson tells it.
For starters our contribution per head is less than 11 other countries including Belgium, Denmark, Sweden, Germany, France, Italy and Ireland.
And if you work it out in daily cups of coffee then
The collapse of Carillion shows how the private sector has failed Britain, ripped off the taxpayer and betrayed the workers.
Once again a major failure of Britain’s construction industry, banks and Government threatens the provision of public services and thousands of jobs because of the insatiable greed of big
THREE quarters of UK hospitals with pay-to-use cash machines have no free alternatives - leaving patients and relatives with no choice but to use the costly ATMs.
Analysis of data by Which? Money has uncovered that 22 hospitals have a pay-to-use ATM, with only five providing another free machine.
A man 'froze to death' outside his home after waiting 16 hours for an ambulance to arrive, it is reported.
A worried whistleblower from the ambulance service handed a damning dossier to the media that detailed the case and several others.
The man, believed to be in his 50s, was
After years of desperately trying for a baby without success, Mark and Jayne Gilbert were delighted to discover they had conceived via IVF.
Welcoming little George into the world on October 2 last year, the couple were overjoyed with their "gorgeous, happy and smiley" baby boy.
They had finally fulfilled
Three bungling raiders abandoned their car and fled after getting it stuck in the entrance of a hospital.
CCTV footage shows Mitsubishi Pajero reversing through the doors of Ysbyty (Hospital) Aneurin Bevan in Ebbw Vale, Wales, at around 2.55am on January 11.
After some difficulty, it managed to
In January we often take stock and look at ways to make life better and, when it comes to resolutions, one of the most common is to lose weight.
Having a healthy weight can help us be fitter, more active and get more out of life.
But with so many
ON Tuesday, the Cabinet will discuss the NHS – and how it is coping with the winter crisis.
But those hoping this meeting will offer a preview of how Jeremy Hunt intends to tackle social care, which he took responsibility for in the reshuffle, will be disappointed.
As will those
A teenage boy who nearly died in a horror moped crash was given the option to 'leave his arm dangling' by a hospital worker, his family claim.
Vinnie Marshall, 18, was saved on the operating table after his moped's front wheel skidded on a patch of gravel as he
Prince William showcased a new shaven haircut today as he supported a national recruitment drive to help veterans find work in the NHS.
While he didn't have much to lose in the first place, the duke decided to crop his hair even shorter - blending in with his receding
A singer killed herself just hours after telling mental health staff their care had let her down and that she "genuinely wanted to die".
Charlotte Faux had been in hospital for two weeks and gave mental health staff a moving letter outlining her desire to end her life along
Jeremy Corbyn has quoted Donald Trump to attack the Tory "fake news agenda" on the NHS.
The Labour leader made the provocative comments at a hospital as it emerged 100,000 patients waited more than half an hour in the back on an ambulance so far this winter.
Theresa May insists
A doting dad begged his family to ensure his two girls "never forget Daddy" just days after watching them unwrap their Christmas presents for the last time.
Neil Cooper was diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus after visiting his GP complaining of trouble swallowing.
The 35-year-old died in a West
THE NHS is launching a national recruitment drive for former members of the armed forces.
Its Step Into Health initiative will ease ex-servicemen and women back into civilian life.
It aims to tap into experience gained in the Army, Navy and RAF to fill vacancies from porters to directors and
GPs deal with almost twice the safe number of patients every day, a damning study suggests.
The family doctors average 41.5 daily consultations, in person, online and over the phone.
But a leading European GP forum has recommended no more than 25 a day.
The crammed schedules mean consultations in England
HALF of all hospital admissions for flu could have been prevented this winter if health chiefs had not told GPs to use a cheaper jab, it is claimed.
NHS England advised GPs to order a vaccine that protects against three strains of influenza – rather than a pricier one
ONE in 10 nurses are quitting the NHS every year, leaving the health service with severe shortages, shocking new figures have shown.
More than 33,000 walked away from their jobs last year, which is making the crisis in Britain's NHS even worse.
As The Sun revealed last year, more nurses