A new resource for commissioning effective mental health services for children and young people has been published.
A British doctor could become the first to be prosecuted for performing female genital mutilation (FGM) as he stands accussed of performing the illegal procedure on a young mother after she gave birth in hospital.
The poor state of diabetes healthcare in England is leading to avoidable deaths, record rates of complications and huge costs to the NHS, according to a report by Diabetes UK.
Public Health England and NHS England have announced an £11.5 million investment as part of a collaborative initiative to decrease TB cases and ultimately eliminate TB as a public health problem in England.
A leading drugs expert says young cannabis users are being let down because there is too much focus on helping people hooked on class A substances.
A third of unemployed young people regularly "fall apart emotionally" and risk becoming "socially isolated", according to a new report by the Prince's Trust.
St John Ambulance has launched a new campaign today to educate parents after finding that 8 in 10 would not know what to do if their baby started choking.
The British Skin Foundation has launched a new campaign encouraging people to "Show someone you really love them for Valentine’s Day by checking their skin health".
A leading children's charity has launched a campaign highlighting the risks of social networking, aimed at the hundreds of young people who were given smart phones, tablets or games consoles for Christmas.
Nearly half of all parents say that their children's emotional wellbeing is their primary concern according to a new government survey.
West Midlands Police has launched a new campaign to raise awareness of child sexual exploitation in the region.
Doctors will be closely watching as children return to school after figures showed that flu is circulating at its highest level for three years, amid concerns the vaccine may be less effective.
Paediatric gastroenterologists and consumer advocates have asked for swift regulatory action that would ban the sale of high-powered magnets and stop new novelty high-powered magnet products from ever reaching the market.
Children and Families Minister Edward Timpson has announced the publication of two new Easy Read guides on reforms to the special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) system.
An eating disorder specialist has called for more help at mealtimes for the families of young people suffering from anorexia nervosa following the Government's recent investment in child mental health.
The NSPCC has called on adults to remain vigilant and keep children safe from neglect over Christmas after revealing figures that showed the charity supported more than 17,000 adults who were worried about a child being neglected during the past year.
Animal research could play a greater role in identifying why 1 in 5 new mothers experience high levels of anxiety and depression in the days after giving birth, according to two pharmacologists.
Public Health England is urging more pregnant women to come forward for the free flu vaccination this winter after a new report showed how fatal the virus can be for pregnant women.
New research has revealed that the embryos of women who are overweight or obese at the time they conceive display distinct differences in early development compared to embryos from women of a healthy weight.