Why male fertility needs greater attention

With sperm counts falling, the need for research into both the causes and treatments for male infertility has never been greater

Underused and underpaid: the NHS dental therapist

‘When a dental therapist carries out routine dental treatment on a patient, the dentist is free to focus their time on more complex treatments’

Mass opt-out from NHS pension scheme

Concerns rise as a perfect storm of financial pressures force hundreds of thousands of NHS employees to opt out of their attractive pension schemes

Eight ways to revitalise community pharmacies

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

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

Community pharmacies matter, here’s why

The NHS has a chronic access problem, and too often there are long waits for advice and treatment

How pharmacies can tackle fake medicines

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

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