The first ever treatment has been approved for children under two years old with Wolman disease – a rare, life-threatening genetic condition that causes multi-organ damage.
Dr Harry Brown looks at some apps that can be used on your PC which can make your life easier and improve productivity.
Older people are facing longer waits for emergency care than other age group, according to a new report by the Royal College of Emergency Medicine (RCEM).
Around 175,000 fewer older people could avoid being admitted to hospital if there was better community provision in place, according to a major new report.
The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has published a new report outlining the potential issues and challenges in evaluating disease-modifying dementia treatments (DMDTs).
The British Medical Association says it is “deeply worrying” that the NHS has awarded an IT contract to the US tech firm Palantir.
One in three working adults have missed work in the past year while waiting for medical appointment or treatment, according to new research.
Diabetes lifestyle advice and counselling implemented at scale in a national health system can achieve important health improvements, according to a new study.
Primary biliary cholangitis (PBC) is a rare, auto-immune cholestatic liver disease. This article discusses the management of PBC and emerging potential treatment options.
There has been a significant rise in ADHD diagnoses in the UK. As it can impair sleep patterns, GPs should have sleep disorders on their radar for ADHD patients.
The government’s decision to drop a National Cancer Control Plan in England and Wales has been described as a “major misstep” by a group of senior clinical cancer specialists.
Following new data on shingles, the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation (JCVI) is recommending the use of the chicken pox vaccine in young children.
NHS England is expanding the rollout of the HPV vaccine and screening processes in a bid to eliminate cervical cancer by 2040.
New General Medical Council (GMC) workforce report says flexible working will ultimately benefit both the wellbeing of individual doctors and the wider healthcare system long term.
People from the most deprived areas in England are up to twice as likely to wait for more than a year for elective treatment as people who lived in the most affluent areas, according to a report from the King’s Fund.