Patient online comments are often underused, if they are used at all.
Several familiar maternity terms have been abandoned after a consultation with pregnant women and healthcare professionals.
People who developed diabetes, psychosis and congestive heart failure, in that order, experienced the largest reduction in life expectancy
Rural women in Nigeria circumvent patriarchy to make decisions on their healthcare.
New research linking police and healthcare data shows that victims of domestic abuse are detectable before the involvement of the police.
Research into swarming in nature is transforming healthcare, gambling and the military.
Cultural awareness training for health-care workers places focus on individual biases rather than tackling the systemic problems that negatively impact Indigenous patients.
About 35% of people in England faced some form of disruption to healthcare access during the pandemic.
Ghana’s implementation of key population policies has not been consistent.
Prophets of the NHS’s demise have been proved wrong year after year.
Finland aims to be tobacco free by 2030. Could the UK do more to keep the population healthy?
As the use of Ozempic, a drug for diabetes, slams into the mainstream as a weight-loss method, will the drug’s use impact our concept of fatness? And how does fatness intersect with race and class?
Using AI effectively in healthcare will require retraining of the workforce, retooling health services, and transforming workflows.
Key to diagnosing foetal alcohol syndrome is an assessment of certain facial features. A 3D facial scan is expensive but 2D images may offer a solution.
Our new study demonstrates the enormous potential that machine learning has to help identify people with AS
Idaho, Montana and Florida had the highest population growth among US states between 2020 and 2022.
The long-term legacy can be linked to poor mental health, high levels of suicide and alcohol and drug problems – but also innovation.
UK surrogacy law reform: what you need to know about the proposed changes and how they could affect you.
Parents can feel judged for taking their child to a doctor too soon or too late.
The problems facing the NHS have been years in the making: a result of poor decision-making, lack of political consensus and chronic underinvestment.