Fast-track Continuing Healthcare framework is not fast enough.
Patients who have open heart surgery in the afternoon could be at less risk of adverse effects than those who have morning operations, due to the body's internal clock, researchers say.
Care Quality Commission says four in ten mental health services for children are failing, with young people facing long delays for treatment.
A diet rich in omega-6 fats, contained in foods such as soybeans, sunflower seeds and tofu, can significantly reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes, scientists say.
Four in ten nurses are living in households where earnings are below what is considered a reasonable living standard, think tank NatCen reveals.
A travelogue written by a 'one in a million' nurse who died in the London Bridge terror attack has been published by a national newspaper.
Nurses are being asked to spearhead a campaign launched by Public Health England to tackle growing resistance to antibiotics.
Celebrated African-Caribbean Crimean war nurse Mary Seacole statue shortlisted for prestigious design award
'Data decision leaves government blind to scale of problem'
The majority of cancer drugs approved in Europe between 2009 and 2013 entered the market without clear evidence that they improved patient survival or quality of life, a new study suggests.
Staff figure falls for first time on a year-on-year basis since April 2013.
Staff shortages compromising patient care, RCN poll finds
Children under two years are more likely to be admitted to hospital with influenza if they have an older sister or brother, according to research published in the European Respiratory Journal.
The RCN will move towards balloting members on industrial action if the 1% cap on NHS pay is not lifted by the November budget.
Report: nurses face major barriers in delivering dedicated and compassionate care
Suggested measures include part-time working and job-sharing.
Norman Lamb calls for wage hike at Lib Dem party conference.
Teenagers who lack a sense of belonging to social groups such as in their family, with friends or at school are more likely to have mental health problems, research suggests.