Experts argue that doctors should respect the right of a patient to alter their sex on medical records
Jo Willett's biography tells how the aristocratic female adventurer brought smallpox inoculation to this country from Turkey in 1721
Photographs chosen by the Duchess, designed to capture the national mood during the pandemic, are to be published in a new book
DNA evidence of our mysterious ancient cousins, the Denisovans was found alongside giant animals
With more than 20 million Britons now vaccinated, scientists are learning why some react more to the Covid jab than others
She was also told about a meteorite that landed on British soil last Sunday, the first to be found in the UK for 30 years
Another pandemic is inevitable. But there are things that can be done to lessen its impact – and we must start now, experts say
He wrote Top 20 hits for Adam Faith and Jess Conrad, while Mrs Brown, You’ve Got a Lovely Daughter topped the US chart for Herman's Hermits
Lockdown has seen a significant rise in emotional and behavioural issues among primary school pupils which will 'take some time to mend'
Matt Hancock warns of 'some cause for concern that our hard-won progress may be slowing down'