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Remote GP consultations carry more risk for some patients with certain urgent conditions, according to new research.
Cancer Research UK has published its Manifesto for Cancer Research and Care, outlining how the next government could transform cancer research and care to prevent 20,000 cancer deaths a year by 2040.
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.
Diabetes lifestyle advice and counselling implemented at scale in a national health system can achieve important health improvements, according to a new study.
Women will be able to get their contraceptive pill directly from their local pharmacy from next month without the need for a GP appointment or prescription.
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.
Every local authority across England to be allocated additional funding to improve drug and alcohol treatment and recovery services.
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.
Former barrister, Victoria Atkins has been appointed as the new secretary of state for health and social care, the fourth minister to take the position in two years.
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.
NICE has recommended the use of hybrid closed loop systems for managing blood glucose levels in some patients with type 1 diabetes.