Restaurant chain 'cut sugary drink sales' with price rise

A fall in sales of high-sugar drinks in Jamie's Italian restaurant chain was linked to the levy and menu changes.

Hip implant patients sue manufacturer

More than 300 individuals want compensation for injuries they claim were caused by DePuy metal-on-metal hips.

Hospitals in England to ban 'super-size' chocolate bars

Sweets and chocolate should be under a 250-calorie limit, NHS England says.

Why I secretly taped my disability assessment

Some ill and disabled people are so worried about the process, they are using mobile phones to secretly record those interviews, critics say.

NHS patients to be asked about sexuality

NHS England says the question will deter discrimination against lesbian, gay and bisexual people.

Mesh surgeon investigated by NHS trust in Bristol

Tony Dixon works at Southmead Hospital and at the Spire private hospital in Bristol.

Conjoined twins survive gruelling journey to separation

The one-week-old baby girls had to go on a 15-hour journey on the back of a motorbike.

Magic mushrooms can 'reset' depressed brain

Psilocybin - the hallucinogenic ingredient in mushrooms - may help in depression, a study suggests.

How VR is helping to train a new generation of surgeons

Virtual reality technology that lets trainee surgeons feel "flesh and bone" is developed.

Disabled children hate crime reports increasing

Families with disabled children describe being abused online and in the street.