Walkouts are planned on three days in the run-up to Christmas and six days in the new year.
Campaigners say the government works "at a snails pace" to compensate victims infected with HIV or hepatitis C.
MPs were voting on a plan to set up a compensation scheme for infected blood scandal victims.
A senior doctor gives her first interview since being awarded a record £3.2m payout at a tribunal.
Four women living with HIV who won a landmark case tell the BBC about how they were sterilised.
Many in social care believe overseas staff saved the system from collapse, reports Alison Holt.
Addy Clarke's parents are making the most of time with the seven-year-old, who has Batten Disease.
New health secretary Victoria Atkins says strikes by medics have delayed 1.1 million appointments.
The Radio 5 Live presenter finds out that the answer could help many women like her.
Why struggling parents aren't choosing cheaper brands when it comes to infant formula milk.
What you need to know about the first confirmed case of a new type of flu, found in North Yorkshire.
The former health secretary says avoiding action in autumn 2020 led to tougher lockdowns later on.
The dancer, 33, says her "nightmare seems to be never ending" after a blood clot on her lung.
The largest ever real-world study found PrEP to work extremely well as a preventative treatment.
A hospital in north-east England has become the first outside London to offer the pioneering surgery.
Isaac Uzoegbu was hit by a car when he ran from home. His head teacher says it could have been prevented.
The ex-health secretary also said a "toxic culture", driven by Dominic Cummings, hindered the Covid response.
Hundreds of people are now in hospital with norovirus, the latest NHS England figures show.
Elfbar and Lost Mary call for tighter restrictions on vape sales ahead of government clampdown.
Safety watchdog highlights case as it warns a lack of continuity of care in England puts people at risk.