Children in London’s hospitals and hospices are at greater risk of long-term trauma because of a lack of play, a
Junior doctors in England return to work today after a five-day strike, the longest walkout in NHS history. For the
The percentage of eligible women receiving breast screenings has gone down, according to NHS data. The percentage of women eligible
Rosslyn Park FC have appointed the Healthshare Clinic West London to provide specialist medical services inducing diagnostics for the National
Increasing numbers of children suffering with eating disorders means local services are struggling to provide sufficient specialist care. According to
There has been an increase in gaslighting in healthcare and web searches relating to this – but why is it
The number of people going for cervical screenings (smear tests) in the UK has fallen in the last 10 years.
A recent study has found that government and NHS messaging around COVID-19 testing left many people from Black, Asian and minority backgrounds feeling abandoned and blamed for COVID’s spread.
London borough councils are urging every single Londoner to do their bit in order to keep everyone safe, despite the widespread onset of pandemic fatigue.
Non-white women and those on a lower income in the UK are less likely to survive childbirth than White women.
London South Bank University opened a campus in Croydon town centre last week. Croydon Council leader, Hamida Ali, and David