Whether they rise or fall from month to month, A&E waiting times are always a contentious topic for politicians, healthcare professionals and the public alike. But are they actually a valuable measure of NHS effectiveness?
Cancer is a disease which hits the oldest hardest, so why are all the headlines about youthful victims?
With half the world expected to be myopic within the next three decades, screen time habits may need to change before it’s too late
The UK lags behind other countries in getting the right treatments to rare disease patients, but promising developments are underway in a bid to help improve access
Developments are constantly made in the world of prosthetics, but convoluted NHS procurement processes are preventing patients from accessing the latest technologies
Searching for new ways to help people manage chronic pain has become the Holy Grail for the pharmaceutical industry
Chronic pain is on the rise, and yet there is still no silver bullet to treat this little-understood area of healthcare
Pharmacists are becoming the first port of call for patients with minor illnesses as internet pharmacies take a greater share of dispensing drugs and GPs complain of increasing pressure