The the 5p charge introduced in 2015 has been spectacularly successful, plastic bag consumption has fallen by 85 per cent, and £58m has been donated to good causes.
An estimated one in 300 of the general population has an underlying heart condition predisposing them to SCD.
A change in temperature. A knock. A soup splotch in the microwave that may or may not look like a heart.
Years of austerity-driven spending cuts have piled stress and pressure on NHS staff, many of whom have voted with their feet.
There are many treatments for personality disorder now available.
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How do the proposed changes to fire safety regulations impact residents, and what more can be done to protect the public?
Victims of harassment and abuse in the NHS are officially encouraged to speak out. In practice, this rarely happens.
A new trend among celebrities for “pimple positivity” is reflected in a rare but growing glimpse of onscreen blemishes.
Hallucinations in children are more common than you might think.
16- 24-year-olds are boozing less, but is the UK’s drinking culture really changing?
In Sweden, unwinding in the outdoors is considered a national treasure. And it’s spreading: GPs in Shetland now hand out RSPB leaflets alongside prescriptions.