Gazing at the graphs can give us a glimpse into that murky crystal ball. As scary as the future might look, it’s preferable to being completely in the dark, writes Jennifer Rohn.
Over the Easter recess, ministers must still be held to account, even if it's not in person, write Dawn Butler and Rachael Maskell.
If you're diagnosed with Covid-19, it's the job of 'contact tracers' to find out who else you might have infected. Here's how they work.
One in three people don't know the signs of sepsis – are you one of them?
But the reason for the rise isn't so cut and dry.
With the NHS bursting at the seams, the last thing we needed was a flu outbreak. Since the beginning of winter 2017, statistics
We've only got ourselves to blame.
Surveillance, particularly mass surveillance and issues involving privacy and data leaks, are never far from the news. However
GP visits are also up 78%