They say more must be done to educate patients and reduce 'over-medicalisation'
Judges say minimum unit pricing of alcohol can be introduced in Scotland
National telephone helpline part of plan to deal with addiction
Admission figures reveal cases of cutting have quadrupled in a decade
Study shows repeated heading has a temporary effect on brain function
Proving the potential of personalised medicine
Should we be prescribing more of it?
Could an app help people cut down on drinking and lower their cancer risk?
Statins: review claims benefits underestimated and harms exaggerated
How should doctors complete their Conflict of Interest form?
64% of people with MS live an area lacking specialist care
And that's really worrying, says Cancer Research UK
Dr Ralph Abraham from The London Diabetes Centre discusses the opportunities and challenges in diabetes care
As the fourth autism self-assessment questionnaire is due for completion in October, Sean McLaughlin, ADASS co-lead for autism and learning disability policy, reflects on progress
Colin Royle reflects on how personal health budgets can offer more flexibility even for those who don’t feel confident in taking more control of their care
Professor Robert Wachter’s review of progress towards a digitised NHS highlights some important and practical lessons, writes health tech chief medical officer Dr Shaun O’Hanlon
The healthcare sector must reach out to other sectors and partner with them to address societal problems, writes Jason Helgerson
An article looking at the diagnosis and management of this potentially fatal but treatable condition
Treatments recommended for renal cell cancer and chronic plaque psoriasis; lower dose recommended for rheumatoid arthritis treatment; measures introduced to ensure safe use of Keppra oral solution
This video course gives an overview of the most recent clinical advances in the field of Ph-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms. Part 1 focuses on polycythemia vera
This video course gives an overview of the most recent clinical advances in the field of Ph-negative myeloproliferative neoplasms. Part 2 focuses on myelofibrosis
There are undoubtedly times when a patient will be more receptive to advice on change. However, cessation should not be regarded as a dichotomous process but rather as a continuum that entails several stages.
NICE recommends dapagliflozin and apremilast, and calls for better mental health care of adults in criminal justice system and children in care