Bowel cancer patients are more likely to survive if treated in hospitals where lots of clinical research is taking place - even if they themselves are not involved in trials, a study has found.

Many terminal cancer patients are not getting adequate pain relief early enough, according to a University of Leeds study.

Only a tiny proportion of children’s packed lunches are meeting nutritional standards, despite high-profile awareness campaigns, a University of Leeds study has found.

Rates of survival following the most common type of heart attack have risen due to the increased use of invasive cardiac treatments, a study by the University of Leeds has found.

Women have a 50 per cent higher chance than men of receiving the wrong initial diagnosis following a heart attack, according to a new study by the University of Leeds.