16 May 2019:
What is Mental Health Awareness Week? Why 2019’s theme is body image, and how to get involved
9 May 2019:
Call for poor and disabled to be given NHS fitness trackers
8 May 2019:
Nursing body failed to deal fairly with PIP assessment complaints, says regulator
2 May 2019:
Half of sick or disabled people on low incomes experienced food insecurity in 2016, study shows
1 May 2019:
Most GPs ill-equipped to diagnose one of the deadliest cancers
Mental Health Awareness Week is taking place across the UK to talk about the problems and stigmas around talking about and diagnosing mental health issues.
Fitness trackers should be prescribed on the NHS to stop a further widening of health inequality, a new review has warned.
A regulator has found widespread mishandling by the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) of complaints it has received about the way nurses working for government contractors have carried out disability benefit assessments.
More than half of people who suffered from a long-term illness or disability in 2016 suffered food insecurity, according research which has prompted renewed concerns about a "hunger crisis" in the UK.
Just one in 10 GPs says they have the tools they need to diagnose pancreatic cancer early enough for treatment, according to Pancreatic Cancer UK.
Scientists have developed a decoder that can translate brain activity directly into speech.
Disabled activists have responded with resignation after the government appointed another “shoddy, shameless” minister for disabled people.
Almost 2 million people will lose more than £1,000 a year following the switch to universal credit, with those claiming disability benefits the worst affected, according to research by a leading thinktank.
A treatment that has restored the movement of patients with chronic Parkinson's disease has been developed by Canadian researchers.
Disabled access is to be improved at 73 rail stations in Britain as part of a £300m investment, the government says.