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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said: "Anyone who chooses to have a cosmetic procedure should have high quality and safe care."
Poor cosmetic surgery clinics could be named and shamed for the first time under new Government proposals.
The authors of the report have called on health organisations to investigate possible causes behind the higher rates
One in eight health bodies have higher-than-expected rates of stillbirths and neonatal death, a new report suggests.
Queen Elizabeth II in the House of Lords for the State Opening of Parliament
Cumbria's politicians have clashed over the the government's plan for new legislation, outlined in today's Queen's Speech.
A former trainee psychiatric nurse arrested over a claim he had sex with a patient at Carlisle's former Garlands psychiatric hospital will not be prosecuted.
Dr James (Jim) George
A former Cumbrian hospital consultant will be honoured, after hospital bosses revealed they will be renaming a building after him.
A study urges actions to cut the numbers of babies dying or suffering brain injuries due to problems or mistakes in labour
Problems monitoring the heart rate of babies during labour are contributing to brain damage and stillbirths, according to a new report.
Theresa May said the programme set out at the State Opening of Parliament will feature bills geared to making a success of withdrawal from the EU
Theresa May has promised to work with "humility and resolve" as she prepares to set out her legislative programme for the next two years in a Queen's Speech expected to be dominated by Brexit.
West Cumberland Hospital
Millions of pounds of taxpayers’ money has been wasted on hugely-unpopular plans to overhaul the local NHS, campaigners say.
A camera crew was filming BBC Two documentary Hospital at St Mary's, Paddington, when the attack happened
A new documentary will show a London hospital coping with the immediate aftermath of the Westminster terror attack - including the moment killer Khalid Masood arrived by stretcher.
The controversial organisation behind cuts to health services across Cumbria is being disbanded.
The GMC has looked at the more recent case but decided to take no action against the doctor
A radiologist who was allowed to continue working despite being at the centre of a breast cancer scandal has failed to spot signs of the disease in another woman.
The investigation included baby deaths at Furness General Hospital
A senior midwife at the heart of a baby death scandal has been told she "brought the profession into disrepute" as she was struck off the medical register.
Overall, the abortion rate has remained stable, at 16.0 abortions per 1,000 women of reproductive age
There has been a 17% rise in the last decade in the proportion of women who are already mothers having abortions, figures show.
An investigation into midwife Jeanette Parkinson included baby deaths at Furness General Hospital
A senior midwife at the heart of a baby death scandal has admitted repeatedly failing to properly investigate her colleagues' shortcomings.
Heart surgeon Mohamed Amrani
A world-renowned heart surgeon has been spared jail for molesting two women after a judge said it may be in the public interest for him to operate again.
Bosses at an NHS hospitals trust responsible for the care of a mentally ill woman asked a judge to approve exploratory surgery and a hysterectomy if cancer was confirmed
A mentally ill woman who doctors fear has a gynaecological cancer should undergo exploratory surgery against her will, a judge has ruled after a hearing in a specialist court.
Former Tottenham captain Gary Mabbutt is in hospital to undergo heart surgery.
Staff in the Medical Procedures Unit at the Cumberland Infirmary
Patients at a specialised unit at the Cumberland Infirmary in Carlisle have praised the staff for their team work and friendly and professional manner.
Candidates explain to Cumbria's voters what the important issues are - and why they are the ones who can tackled them
Viktoria Tautz, 34, found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to four years' imprisonment at the Old Bailey. Nanny Viktoria Tautz has denied manslaughter at her Old Bailey trial
An unqualified nanny who violently shook a baby in a "moment of madness" has been jailed for four years.
Southampton General Hospital is taking part in the study
Children facing hospital treatment are being supported by therapy dogs in a "groundbreaking study" to establish if the pets are beneficial to their recovery.
With flowers tied to her three-wheeled walker, Margaret Husband walked down the aisle to marry her sweetheart.
Former breast surgeon Ian Paterson was convicted of 17 counts of wounding with intent and three counts of unlawful wounding
"Monster" surgeon Ian Paterson has been jailed for 15 years after he carried out a raft of needless breast operations, leaving his victims scarred and disfigured.
The Nuffield Trust said the NHS could have to pick up the bill for expats whose health care is covered under existing EU agreements
Theresa May has insisted that warnings the NHS could face a bill of £1 billion every year if expats needed to be treated in Britain after Brexit show she was right not to give away rights to EU citizens without a reciprocal deal in place.
Every player at Cumbria Indoor Bowls Club wears white. No red, blue or other clues to political allegiance.
UK medical guidelines recommend all people who have had a heart attack should be put on beta blockers
Many patients given beta blockers after a heart attack may not benefit from being on the drugs, suggesting they may be being over-prescribed, researchers said.
George Clooney played a role in deciding the winner
A life-saving surgeon honoured for treating casualties under fire in Sudan has urged the international community to help solve a dispute blocking humanitarian relief.
Figures showed a 6,831% rise in the number of patients waiting more than 12 hours on a trolley over the past seven years
Hospitals in England have "endured one of the worst winters on record", a crisis set to become an all-year-round norm, figures show.
Anti-terror police carried out a series of raids across Manchester, Wigan and Nuneaton
British police have reopened information-sharing ties with the US following a spat over leaked evidence from the Manchester bombing, police chiefs said.
Police outside the Manchester Arena
Greater Manchester Police chief constable Ian Hopkins
Children among dead as death toll rises after Manchester concert bombing