DeepMind project will mine encrypted data to identify patients at risk of kidney failure
Fourteen-year-old could not be taken to theatre for emergency operation due to a lack of staff
EU contributions would pay for the NHS, say Vote Leave, as industrial action spreads to A&E
Government decisions have left health service 'on its knees and in crisis', claims Labour
Pharmacists report being pressured into conducting unnecessary medicine reviews to claim public money
Doctors criticised for handing out prescriptions for the likes of paracetamol, mouthwash and cough sweets
Unions describe move as 'an admission of failure' by the government to train enough UK doctors
Medics stage first full walkout in NHS history in increasingly acrimonious dispute over new contracts
Programme will focus on lifestyle changes to tackle rising levels of obesity in UK
More than half of England's acute care trusts claim they should get the same relief as charities
System will offer greater flexibility – but is it open to abuse?
'Disgraceful' catalogue of errors includes surgeons removing one patient's fallopian tubes by mistake
Suicide prevention and community-based care to be made a national priority in five-year plan
Toddler died of sepsis after helpline staff told his mother 'it's nothing serious'
More than 6,500 people are waiting for an organ transplant
From desperate refugees to the struggling NHS – it has been a year of tragedy and misfortune for many
Finding beds in the community for frail and elderly would free up hospital space, says Nuffield Trust
The NHS says that there is 'some scientific evidence' that acupuncture works, but many researchers remain sceptical
Targets are not being met in many parts of the country – and experts warn 'the worst is yet to come'
Celebrities and politicians sign open letter to David Cameron demanding equality for mental health