According to a new study by Imperial College London, patients are being prevented from receiving treatment due to unemployment and healthcare cuts in England and around the world.

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has announced that hospitals will face more frequent but less detailed on-site inspections, under the regulator’s new plans.

MPs on the defence committee have said that the anti-malarial drug Lariam should be a last resort drug, due to its ability to cause severe side-effects including depression and anxiety.

According to a survey by YouGov, the number of people caring for someone with cancer in the UK has risen to almost 1.5 million.

NHS England has announced its much-delayed £46m scheme, designed to provide support for vulnerable GP practices, will be unveiled in June.

Official advice on healthy eating and a eating a low-fat diet to lose weight are wrong, according to a report from the National Obesity Forum and the Public Health Collaboration.

Funding cuts could lead to the closure of a number of community pharmacies that would have a disproportionate effect on deprived areas, Pharmacy Voice has warned.

If Britain votes to leave the European Union (EU) on the 23 June referendum it could be ‘very dangerous’ for the health service, NHS chief executive Simon Stevens has warned.

Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust and CommonTime have collaborated to create an electro-convulsive therapy (ECT) app which has been made freely availably on the App Store and Google Play.

According to Pulse, GPs in England are moving to Scotland after acknowledging that indemnity costs make up one third of what they would pay working full time in England.

New figures obtained by BBC News and Community Care magazine have revealed that almost 5,500 mental health patients in England were forced to travel away from their home to receive treatment, due to a lack of beds.

NHS Improvement is set to unveil the deficit figures for England, covering the 2014-15 year.

The British Medical Association (BMA) has expressed concerns that it would face an ‘uphill struggle’ to convince junior doctors to accept the new contract which has been agreed with ministers after conciliation talks.

The British Medical Association (BMA) and Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt have reached an agreement over the junior doctors contract, which have caused a large conflict between the two parties over recent months.

Jane Cummings, England’s chief nursing officer (CNO), is set to unveil a new framework for nurses, midwives and care workers, to drive care profession forward and reduce unwarranted variation in health and care provision.

Age UK has cautioned that the number of carers in their 80s or older has increased in the last seven years.

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