Navigating pregnancy when you have Sickle Cell Disease can be an isolating experience full of unknowns, but it doesn’t have to be.
Commissioning powers transferred to Integrated Care Systems (ICSs) today, making the old Clinical Commissioning Groups a thing of the past.
Many of us use biometrics to unlock our devices or pay for things in shops. However, security concerns about this technology linger for many.
The cost of living crisis is worsening, and it’s taking the nation’s health with it as those on low incomes choose between heating and eating.
As global temperatures rise, sleep duration and quality will worsen around the world. However, this global heating will not impact us all equally.
Menstrual trackers are used by millions around the world. In post-Roe America, the health data they contain could be used to build criminal cases.
Bottlenecks in patient flow are at the core of the current workforce crisis; addressing them is an essential part of the solution.
Train drivers, barristers, and postal workers have all recently gone on strike over working conditions and wages. Doctors warn they could be next.
‘Persistent or unrealistic service demands’ are now grounds to deregister a patient, causing concern among those in need of ongoing support.
Community pharmacists have been facing an increasing amount of abuse since the pandemic began, with some even being held at knifepoint.