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Baby is first NHS patient to get drug for genetic condition
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NHS workers and families visit new Lego Mythica attraction
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Duchess of Cambridge gives speech at NHS charity drive-in in Edinburgh
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Boris Johnson hospital visit
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Jacob Rees-Mogg defends 1% rise for NHS workers – 'The pay is right'
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Duke of Cambridge receives his first Covid jab
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YouTube and England's NHS join forces to tackle vaccine scepticism
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Nightingale would be ‘roaring’ about 1% NHS pay offer, says Bonham Carter at service for nurses
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Dua Lipa’s Brits call for NHS pay rise sparks Government response
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Vaccines minister discusses plans for Covid booster jabs
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Captain Tom 100 charity challenge launched at Lord's
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Captain Tom train leaves London to begin charity challenge
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Thousands of men to benefit from new prostate cancer drug approved for use on NHSThousands of men are set to benefit from a new prostate cancer drug which has been approved for use on the NHS.
Plan for NHS to collect patient data from GPs should be delayed over privacy fears, says LabourAn NHS system set to extract patient data from doctors' surgeries in England should be paused from doing so until people are told what information will be made available, Labour says.
Vaccines have 'broken the chain' between COVID and serious illness, NHS chief saysVaccines appear to have "broken the chain" between catching coronavirus and becoming seriously ill, an NHS boss has said.
Baby becomes first NHS patient to receive world's most expensive drugA five-month-old baby with a spinal disorder has become the first NHS patient in England to be treated with a potentially life-saving drug that can prolong life.
Ex-female prisoner to become first to publicly sue NHS over mental health care in jailA woman who has been in and out of prison for 25 years is trying to become the first to publicly sue the NHS over claims of bad mental health care in jail.
COVID vaccine could be made compulsory for NHS staff, minister saysCOVID jabs could be made compulsory for NHS staff, the vaccines minister has told Sky News.
Calls for NHS staff to have access to similar mental health support as war veteransNHS staff who worked through the pandemic should have access to a dedicated mental health service similar to that offered to war veterans, leading medical organisations have said.
Soldier-turned doctor warns GP burnout 'would see the collapse the NHS'Picture a doctor's clinic where its medical staff are 'on their knees' and completely 'overwhelmed' by their relentless workload.
Brits highlights: Dua Lipa's NHS pay rise call, a Taylor Swift surprise, and live music returnsIt was the UK's return to indoor live music, marking the start of the road back to normality - and this year's Brit Awards struck just the right tone, with lively performances and stand-out fashion as..
Thousands of doctors planning to leave the NHS citing pandemic stress and burnoutThousands of doctors are planning to leave the NHS in the coming year, exhausted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mental health deteriorated for a quarter of patients who contacted NHS mental health services remotelyAlmost a quarter of people using NHS mental health services remotely said their mental health deteriorated as a result.
Hancock accused of 'cronyism' after it emerges he has shares in family firm used by the NHSHealth Secretary Matt Hancock is being accused of "cronyism at the heart of government" by Labour after it was revealed he has been given shares in a family firm that has done business with the NHS.
Auction of Banksy work hopes to raise millions for NHSBanksy is hoping to raise more than £3m for the NHS with the sale of a painting of "hope".
1% pay rise for NHS staff 'the most' the government can afford, says ministerA 1% pay rise for NHS workers is "the most" the government can afford due to the economic cost of the COVID crisis, a health minister has told Sky News.
NHS facing legal challenge over data deal with controversial Silicon Valley firmThe NHS is facing a legal challenge over its data deal with controversial Silicon Valley firm Palantir, Sky News can reveal.
More than one million masks issued to NHS workers 'may not meet safety standards'More than one million masks issued to NHS workers may not meet safety standards, it has been revealed.
Long-COVID likely to put 'significant strain' on NHS in coming yearsLong-term complications from COVID-19 are likely to put "significant strain" on the NHS in the coming years, as they become increasingly common across all age groups, scientists have warned.
Applications to study nursing soar as NHS inspires new recruits amid pandemicNursing applications have soared as thousands are inspired by the commitment of NHS staff, new data from the university applications body UCAS suggests.
NHS will remain 'at full stretch' for at least another six weeksThe NHS is likely to remain under pressure for at least another six weeks, according to a top health executive.
Hancock defends timing of new NHS shake-up as he targets tap water and fatty foodsThe COVID pandemic has made a re-organisation of the NHS "more not less urgent", Health Secretary Matt Hancock has told MPs, as he unveiled government plans.
Plans were in place for the NHS to deal with a pandemic - but those plans were for an entirely different outbreak
Government planning huge overhaul of how NHS is run, leaked document revealsDetails of a huge overhaul of how the NHS is run have been revealed in a leaked government document.
Captain Sir Tom Moore's family join national clap for NHS fundraising heroThe family of Captain Sir Tom Moore have taken part in a national clap this evening in memory of the NHS fundraising hero.
Captain Sir Tom Moore dies with coronavirus aged 100Second World War veteran Captain Sir Tom Moore, who inspired the nation in lockdown by raising millions for the NHS, has died aged 100, his family says.
At 60, some ethnic minority groups only have similar health to a white Briton who is 80The NHS is "failing" people from some ethnic minority backgrounds, according to the most extensive study of the issue in England.
Breakthrough COVID treatment may stop '100% of symptomatic infections'The makers of an experimental drug, now being trialled by the NHS, say it is 100 per cent effective in protecting against symptomatic cases of the virus.
Jordan Henderson becomes NHS Charities Together championLiverpool captain Jordan Henderson tells BBC Breakfast that becoming NHS Charities Together champion "means an awful lot".
NHS may move patients into hotels - as Hancock says end of restrictions 'impossible to know'The NHS is considering plans to discharge patients into hotels as hospitals become swamped with COVID patients, Health Secretary Matt Hancock has confirmed - as he said it was "impossible to know" how..
Fears new cases now stand at 250k a day - and pressure on NHS may not reduce until MarchPressure on the NHS will not start to reduce until March, ministers have been warned - amid fears that new infections could be running at more than 250,000 a day.
Peak demand on hospitals might not come until next month, warns NHS bossPeak demand on hospitals might not be reached until "early to mid-February" leading to an "extended period of pressure" on the NHS than had initially been hoped, MPs have been told.
Cameron Brannagan: Oxford United midfielder praises NHS for saving his eyesightOxford United midfielder Cameron Brannagan says the NHS saved his eyesight following a rare infection in October.
2.6 million jabs given to 2.3 million people - but UK told vaccine 'not a free pass' to ignore rulesMore than 2.6 million coronavirus vaccine doses have been given to almost 2.3 million people, the health secretary has said, as an NHS boss warned the jab is "not a free pass" to ignore national..
NHS urges patients who beat COVID to keep donating blood plasmaThe NHS is urging people who have recovered from COVID to keep donating blood plasma, despite new findings from an international study that suggest it has no benefit in treating other seriously ill..
'I'm scared and angry': Doctor warns NHS at breaking point and public 'not listening' to lockdownThe NHS is "breaking in front of us" as people fail to obey lockdown rules, and hospitals may soon be too short of staff to keep their patients safe, a leading doctor has warned.
Britons told it's 'in their hands' to bring down cases and protect NHSExperts have said it is in the "public's hands to take control" of the UK's pandemic, urging them to "behave as if you're trying to protect your brothers, your sisters, your parents and your..
Doctor warns NHS staff are at 'absolute limit' and are 'exhausted'An intensive care doctor has said NHS staff are being "stretched to the absolute limit" and warned families against meeting up in each other's homes.
COVID-19: GPs join biggest vaccination programme in NHS historyGP surgeries in England are to begin rolling out the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus jab as part of the biggest vaccination programme in NHS history.
Hundreds of new vaccination sites for launch of second COVID vaccineHundreds of new vaccination sites are expected to be up and running this week as the NHS expands its coronavirus immunisation programme.
Son of oldest NHS doctor to die with COVID calls for health workers to get vaccine firstThe son of the oldest NHS frontline doctor to die after contracting COVID-19 says health and care workers should be the first to receive the Oxford/AstraZeneca coronavirus vaccine.
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21 km NHs built daily during Covid pandemic
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Toll collection on NHs hits 82% of pre-Covid days
Contact tracing app of UK's NHS almost ready: The TimesThe track and trace smartphone app of Britain's National Health Service (NHS), which is meant to help keep the novel coronavirus outbreak under control, will be ready for launch in time for the next..
Arise, Sir Tom: veteran hopes queen is not 'heavy' with the swordCaptain Tom Moore, who became a national hero in Britain after raising more than 33 million pounds ($40 million) for the National Health Service in the run-up to his 100th birthday, is to be knighted.
Arise Sir Tom: Record UK fund-raiser Tom Moore, 100, is knightedCaptain Tom Moore, who became a national hero in Britain after raising 33 million pounds ($40.5 million) for the National Health Service in the run-up to his 100th birthday, is to be knighted.
Traffic on NHs goes up to 35% of pre-lockdown days on Monday
Captain Tom made honorary member of England team on 100th birthdayBritish World War Two veteran Captain Tom Moore, who has raised millions for the country's National Health Service (NHS), was made an honorary member of the England cricket team as he celebrated his..
Movement of vehicles on national highways up by 60-100%Vehicular movement on many stretches of the national highways linking major urban centres increased by more than 60%, and in some cases nearly doubled, on Monday, compared with the daily average during..