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Organiser AEG Presents said the Glasgow ticket allocation for NHS and emergency staff was oversold.
The aim of the role for England is to help tackle decades of health inequalities.
An 80-year-old coeliac patient was given the cereal in hospital and died four days later.
The latest UK figures cover the long weekend of partying and suggest one in 45 has Covid.
Last winter's Omicron variant was less likely to cause lingering symptoms, researchers say.
One in 20 has been waiting - for routine care such as knee and hip surgery - for more than a year.
As the health safety watchdog warns on ambulance delays, the BBC investigates the case of 94-year-old Ken Shadbolt.
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A midwives' report into language used during labour and childbirth finds it should be changed.
Hundreds of pharmacists in England are being given powers to send patients for cancer scans and tests.
Colourful gadgets and fruity flavours are popular, but what's really known about their health effects?
Five-year-old Tilli, from Suffolk, is one of 400 children to have a stroke in the UK every year.
A PhD student has been creating audio memory boxes for hospice patients in Northern Ireland.
The proposal is not expected to be adopted when government unveils its food strategy for England.
The government says the measure could further cut the number of smokers, especially among the young.
A shortage of diamorphine means former heroin users have relapsed for the first time in decades.
Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK.
Official estimates suggest there has been a small increase in infections in England and Northern Ireland.
A Norfolk hospital is the first to be licensed to treat peanut allergy using a newly approved drug.
Peter Coates' family is angry it has taken three years to learn the circumstances of the callout.
Steph Meech has been spat at and verbally abused by patients she has treated.
The kits, sold on the High Street, are not predictive enough to pinpoint the change of life, top UK doctors warn.
Angela Rayner says there is "suspicion" about contracts for a firm she says is linked to a Tory peer.
Review suggests year by year increases until no-one is allowed to buy tobacco and cigarettes.
Patients in England, Wales and Scotland will no longer need to see their GP to receive a "fit note".
Experts warn health inequalities will be widened by the surge in the cost of living.
Laura Mahon, 29, gave birth at 30 weeks after being told she had an inoperable brain tumour.
Staff say physical and verbal abuse is unacceptably common, and many now feel unsafe at work.
Carrie-Ann Farquhar was told her young son had normal hearing, but years later he was diagnosed as being profoundly deaf.
Shama Hanif tells of her struggle with anorexia and how she has cast off the shame she once felt.
Obesity is spreading rapidly and experts warn of a health emergency unless it's tackled urgently.
Red bumps and lumps? Scabs or blisters? What are the signs to look for?
MP George Eustice has urged shoppers to choose supermarket own brands to help cut living costs.
It looks likely that a common virus which usually causes colds, vomiting and diarrhoea has a role to play.
Most people in England and Scotland no longer get free PCRs or LFTs, and rules vary across the rest of the UK.
Almost all of the UK's Covid rules have ended, two years after they were introduced.
As Covid continues to spread rapidly, are many people catching Omicron for a second time?
What are the new Covid symptoms, and when should I stay at home?
Why are so many people still living with long Covid after two years and are there any hopes for treatment?
Rules around face coverings are easing across the UK but they are still required in some settings.
Busting myths and explaining the facts around vaccines.
All children aged 12 to 15 are being offered two doses of Covid vaccine.
All 16 and 17 year-olds in the UK can now have a second dose 12 weeks after the first.
A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms of coronavirus.
There are fears that this version of coronavirus, first identified in South Africa, is
As social-distancing and other Covid rules end in England, how can people who were shielding stay safe?
A government scientific advisor tells Newsbeat why four weeks is too soon between Covid jabs.
Some people across the UK have been able to form "support bubbles" or "extended households".
What is it like to have the coronavirus, how will it affect you and how is it treated?