More than a third of cancer patients do not start treatment on time at the Royal Devon and Exeter Trust, figures have revealed.
Flu, vomiting, diarrhoea and gastroenteritis levels all dropped in Devon last week.
Hundreds of written complaints were made to the Royal Devon and Exeter Trust last year.
Hundreds of children in Devon are not fully vaccinated against MMR, as the NHS warned vaccine deniers are gaining traction on social media.
One new victim of female genital mutilation (FGM) in Devon was seen by NHS services last year.
How well is the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Trust coping with winter pressures?
An Exmouth woman whose advanced cancer is attacking her brain has launched an urgent fundraising appeal so she can continue to fight the disease.
East Devon MP Sir Hugo Swire says he is against a ‘people’s vote’ on Brexit saying the UK can not afford any more uncertainty on the issue.
The number of people in Budleigh Salterton being diagnosed with dementia is more than double the national average, statistics show.
“Cancer can happen to anyone, if you do have symptoms which are unusual get them checked.”
Police in Devon are set to introduce spit and bite guards (SBG) to limit the number of assaults on officers, staff and other emergency service workers such as paramedics and nurses.
Nearly three quarters of patients are satisfied with the length of time they wait for GP appointments across northern, eastern and western (NEW) Devon, claims the NHS.
Phoning for an injured seagull, strange dreams and asking for a lift home have made the list of this year’s most inappropriate emergency calls.
Labour is accusing the Conservatives of planning the biggest spending cuts in any of the world’s advanced economies as the parties again prepare to trade blows on the economy.
Labour will accuse David Cameron of “ducking” the chance to explain how he would fund generous Tory manifesto pledges as his rivals prepare to square up for another televised debate.
Ukip’s manifesto offers “serious, fully-costed policies” for people who “believe in Britain”, Nigel Farage said as he prepared to launch the party’s detailed programme.