For cities to reach their full potential they need to continue economic growth and gain independence from the constraints of Whitehall.
The high unemployment rates associated with a recession lead to ethnic minorities disproportionately suffering, says the London School of Economics and Political Science.
Despite smoking remaining one of the few modifiable health risk factors for pregnancy and birth, over one in ten expecting mothers still smoke up to full term.
Breast cancer drug olaparib will be experimentally trialled by Cancer Research UK to see if it can delay tumour growth in people with advanced non-small cell lung cancer.
There are far too few plant health academies in the UK, MPs have warned in a new report triggered by the recent outbreak of ash dieback disease.
Fertility problems are occurring more frequently as more small babies survive into adulthood, a study in medical journal BMJ Open has confirmed.
Middle class women educated to a high level are more likely to drink over two units a week, increasing the risk of giving birth to a low-weight or premature baby.
England has one of the most centralised governments in the world, and many are now calling for devolution of power to local governments to allow the best-informed…
Children in London eat an unhealthy amount of salt with around a third coming from breads and cereals, a new study has found.
It is time to prioritise early intervention in domestic and child abuse cases, said Louise Casey, head of the government's Troubled Families programme, at the Women's…
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