MPs have warned that unless urgent changes are initiated by bosses, this winter A&E units will be unable to cope up with the rise in patients.
Adequate number of consultants are available in only one out of six casualty units and others are banking on doctors who are junior to handle the pressure.
According to a report, elderly people who reside in countryside can be forced to live their remaining life in penury due to spending cuts and the high cost of living.
The study also pointed out that no support or infrastructure is being given to people who are 65 years of age due to the gradual changes that are being associated to the rural way of life.
A new study has stated that women in their 30s and 40s are experiencing more alcohol related deaths and this has caused concern among experts.
It has been claimed that some of the best known restaurants of Britain are not following healthy eating standards. Menus of most of these restaurants are dominated by burgers, nuggets and sausages.
According to a new report, while in hospital, several dementia patients are still not receiving key health assessment.
The latest national dementia audit states that to figure out if patients are suffering from hallucination is not happening the way it should happen. The assessment of mental state is also taking place at a very low level.
It was stated by public spending watchdogs that poor value for money was being provided by a generous new contract for hospital consultants as according to the contract, they were not required to work on weekends and in the evenings.