Is personalised nutrition the future of food?

DNA-specific food, tailored to individual consumers, looks set to open up new revenue streams, at least for niche producers

Eight ways to revitalise community pharmacies

A potential resource to ease pressure on GPs and hospitals, community pharmacies are seeking greater government funding

What are biosimilars and what can they do?

Manufactured when an original biologic drug’s patent expires, biosimilars can increase access to treatment options and improve patient outcomes

How medical drones can help save lives

Hospitals and clinics in congested urban areas and remote locations are trialling deliveries of urgent medical supplies by drones and mini-planes

How pharmacies can tackle fake medicines

Regulation targeting fake medicines could speed up the adoption of technology in pharmacies

Diabetes education needs to improve, and fast

Better advice to people with diabetes could avoid serious medical complications, premature deaths and unsustainable costs to the NHS

The evolution of blood glucose monitors

A wide range of monitors to test blood glucose levels and unequal access results in sometimes uncertain self-management

Five innovations improving lives of people with diabetes

Breakthroughs in diabetes care are eliminating much of the pain and anguish of living with the disease, and reducing the risk of life-threatening complications