The government should look beyond traditional socioeconomic arguments for why some patients are at greater risk.
The NHS will be handing out 200,000 pulse oximeters for people with COVID to measure their blood oxygen levels at home.
Health and scientific leaders mustn't waste this opportunity to shape the future for the better.
Folklore isn't a whimsical fancy - it's happening all around us all the time.
Patients' wishes must be at the heart of all healthcare decision making.
Public health education campaigns disregard economic factors.
The UK was late at recognising smell loss as a COVID symptom.
The most effective strategy for reducing obesity will be tailored to each individual.
Allowing financial concerns to dictate how health and social care systems are run has undermined their ability to function in the pandemic.
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Staff shortages and lack of training are placing healthcare workers in danger.
For contact tracing to be effective, the UK needs quick, accurate testing and lots of tracing capacity – and also for the public to be on board.
Healthcare practitioners face a difficult situation – they have the right to be protected, but are legally required to treat patients.
The British public must believe that the right people are being rewarded. Giving a knighthood to Captain Tom Moore is a step in the right direction.
The core egalitarian principle of the NHS could be under threat in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Despite criticism, the NHS COVID-19 contact tracing app seems well designed.
Product tampering is not just committed by teenagers, nor has it just come about during this pandemic.
The pandemic illustrates that attacks against healthcare can -- and do -- happen everywhere.
Cause for a degree of relief.
2020 will be a seminal turning point in British health policy.