"While shows are enjoyable and stimulating for the audience, some fans might be endangered by indulging in excessive headbanging"
Care homes failing to improve under new schemes may face closure, following the extension of inspection guidelines from hospitals.
The National Gulf Veterans and Families Association has suggested that the average waiting time for compensation claims made by veterans has increased from 82 days in 2010 to 219 days in 2014. There were 36,000 new compensation claims in 2013-2014.
A new study by the Lancet medical journal has shown that 1,200 people each year in the UK contract the Hepatitis E (HEV) virus through infected blood transfusions.
The NHS still has a long way to go to improve the way it handles complaints, although there are signs of improvement, a survey suggests.
In September 2013, a woman from New Abbot in Devon started seeking medical help for her back pains. It felt like it was spreading to her abdomen. After having blood tests and ultrasound scan, she was informed that nothing unusual could be seen in her results.
Neurologists writing for The Lancet have published a scathing critique of FIFA's failure to deal appropriately with incidents in which footballers have sustained head injuries.
New guidelines from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) are imposing tougher rules for nurse staffing levels in English hospitals.
Following the recent independent review carried out by crossbench peer Baroness Julia Neuberger, the Government has called for the Liverpool Care Pathway to be phased out in favour of a more tailored approach to end of life care. The Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) was originally designed as a framework to assist healthcare staff in providing holistic end of life care. However, the recent review has found that this framework is too often used as a tick box system which does little to take into account the individual needs of patients. This approach has led to cases where patients have had to endure undue suffering during their final days. Distressing reports of patients being denied basic nutrition and hydration have been seen as clear evidence of the need for change.
Elliot Alexander Peacock, 14, died during an exercise at the Lillaz waterfalls in the Italian Alps. He was travelling with a group of 40 children aged between 10 and 17 and was a member of the Eastwood District Scouts.