MORE than 100,000 people have been injured in accidents in Scotland’s NHS hospitals over the past four years, new figures have revealed.
SCOTTISH patients could see their dental bills rocket as dentists face growing pressure on their own finances, experts have warned.
It has been surrounded by controversy for years, but have we been approaching autism all wrong, asks Ruth Walker
Scotland’s chief medical officer has called for children aged between ten and 17 to be vaccinated against measles.1 comment
PATIENTS suffering from severe depression are being forced to have electroconvulsive therapy against their wishes under a controversial law that allows doctors to take action without consent.5 comments
MORE women will be able to be tested to see if they have a gene that puts them at greater risk of developing breast cancer, the Health Secretary has said.28 comments
IT WAS an addiction which threatened to bring his half-century of stardom to an abrupt and tragic end. But Rod Stewart has revealed he still relies on the steroids which almost cost him his life.9 comments
A HEART disease expert has described her shock at the level of illness she has seen in Scotland since moving to the country to help turn around health problems.3 comments
FUNDING to help the NHS in Scotland respond to complaints from patients has been branded a waste of money after figures showed few improvements had been made to services as a result.
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