New way is developed using AI to detect cancer from patient data securely

A new way of using artificial intelligence to predict cancer from patient data without putting personal information at risk has been developed. Artificial intelligence (AI)...

Ambulance pressures taking a significant toll on staff, says union

Increasing pressures on ambulance services are leaving workers “overwhelmed” and struggling to shake off work stress when they finally finish their shifts, according to...

One million families with five and six-year-olds invited for COVID jabs this week

Invitations will be arriving at the homes of more than one million families with five and six-year-olds this week, as the NHS continues to...

Stop the clocks: Brisk walking may slow biological ageing process, study shows

A new study of genetic data published of more than 400,000 UK adults has revealed a clear link between walking pace and a genetic...

Secondary Breast Cancer Patients’ ‘Fights To Be Heard’ Campaign Goes National in Manchester

A campaign to highlight incurable secondary breast cancer is set to be seen across the country thanks to a generous media donation by leading...

Hundreds of people diagnosed with cancer early through life-saving NHS lung checks

Hundreds of people have been diagnosed with lung cancer earlier through NHS mobile trucks, as part of the biggest programme to improve early lung...

Has the NHS reached its breaking point?

The NHS is one of the UK's greatest achievements, but after decades of underfunding, market crashes, a global pandemic, a cost of living crisis,...

Excess weight almost doubles risk of womb cancer

New research shows that lifelong excess weight almost doubles a woman’s risk of developing womb cancer, according to a Cancer Research UK-funded study led...

LloydsPharmacy Launches NEW NHS Blood Pressure Service in Manchester

LloydsPharmacy has launched a new NHS Blood Pressure Checks Service, to help identify Hypertension in over 40s. The new service has been launched in...

Manchester researchers find a third of GP’s plan to quit within five years

A third of GPs are likely to quit direct patient care within five years, according to the elevenths GP Worklife Survey by University...