Doctors can prescribe Epidyolex with clobazam, a seizure-preventing cannabis-based treatment.
NHS Scotland has decided to commission Hemlibra for patients with severe congenital haemophilia A without factor VIII inhibitors.
Prescribing rates of high doses of vitamin D are at an all-time high for British children.
The UK leads on early stage clinical trials but falls behind Germany and the US when it comes to later-stage research.
Flu vaccinations at 85pc of 2018-19 levels by early November.
Pharmacists in England are to be reimbursed for dispensing cannabis-based products for the first time.
Researchers found prescribing rates were 45 per cent higher in the most deprived populations compared to the least.
Access to care and staffing issues pose challenges across all care settings, the Care Quality Commission has said.
Obesity is costing each UK citizen an additional £409 a year in taxes and cutting their life expectancy by 2.7 years, according to an OECD report.
Four types of prescription-only Zantac have been recalled by the MHRA as a precautionary measure.
Community pharmacy teams must embrace their role as health educators to help tackle AMR, a PHE clinical fellow said.
Antidepressants may reduce the risk of ischaemic stroke, Neurology reports.
European authorities have for the first time approved a cannabis-based medicine for use in severe childhood epilepsy.
The regulator is taking “robust” enforcement action against online pharmacies who inappropriately supply high-risk medicines.
HIV diagnoses in the UK have fallen by more than a quarter since 2015, according to Public Health England.
Many people who have a diabetic relative have told them to speak to a healthcare professional about their hypoglycaemia risk.
Plant-based vegan diets are thought to contribute to an already low intake of an essential nutrient involved in brain health.
The highest number of drug misuse deaths ever – 208 – were registered in Wales in 2018.
A handheld device that delivers a small electric current has been recommended in draft guidance by NICE.
Women who use HRT are being urged to discuss its risks and benefits at their next routine appointment.