The coronavirus pandemic is having a huge impact on cancer diagnosis, with referrals, GP and A&E visits down significantly versus last year. Pancreatic Cancer Action has issued a stark warning to anyone experiencing symptoms not to postpone seeking help.
Over £116 million has now been donated to the NHS Charities Together Covid-19 Appeal. Healthcare workers need support and the public have responded. Dan Male speaks to Ellie Orion, Chief Executive of the charity group about the spending so far and their plans for the long term.
Clinova has teamed up with its sporting partner, Premier League football club Tottenham Hotspur, to donate O.R.S. dehydration tablets to two North London hospitals, Whittington Hospital and North Middlesex Hospital.
The Association of Dental Groups (ADG), have warned that, without government support, the dentistry sector could collapse in the wake of Covid-19.
WHJ Editor Sarah Cartledge speaks to Professor Sir Gordon Duff, Principal of St Hilda's College Oxford and Pro Vice-Chancellor at Oxford University, about the importance of UK strengths in the fight against Covid-19.
Following concerns from social care organisations that Covid-19 patients were being discharged unnecessarily into care homes, NHS trust chiefs have responded by calling for an end to the blame game.
The global Covid-19 pandemic is likely to increase the number of people in the UK experiencing a mental health problem in the next two years. According to an analysis by the Centre for Mental Health, this could mean over 500,000 more people experiencing mental ill-health
The folks at NHS Digital have been exceptionally busy over the past 10 weeks. While advancements in digital health have progressed at an unprecedented rate, good innovations must be kept long after the Covid pandemic has finally been managed.
The UK Government has today announced that all individuals who develop a continuous cough, fever or a change in 'normal sense of smell' should self-isolate.
As the coronavirus emergency continues to impact care homes across the country, a Birmingham-based GP organisation has enhanced its ability to deliver care with the use of a new virtual support service.