Close to half of online pharmacies surveyed do not require a prescription for antibiotics.
A British High Court Judge has ordered that a 7-month-old boy be given a meningitis vaccine.
British doctors have been told not to call pregnant women ‘mothers’ in a BMA document.
The courts could force the government to act
Not everyone is enthusiastic
Fears of a slippery slope are unfounded, say researchers
Ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome can be fatal, but the statistics are confusing.
New HFEA figures indicate that close to 2.5 million embryos have been discarded in the UK.
Scotland’s first minister Nicola Sturgeon says she would consider funding abortions for women from Northern Island.
A UK bill that would restrict disability-selective abortion has passed its second reading.
Shift from the 'reasonable doctor' to the 'reasonable patient'
The Royal College of Surgeons has tightened its guidelines on informed consent procedures.
UK society changes its name
Just like ordering a pizza
A new prenatal test could reduce the expense of caring for those with Down’s Syndrome, says the UK Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.
A new study of egg freezing in the UK suggests that most women are motivated by an anxiety to find the right partner.
The latest figures suggest that pre-natal tests are to blame
Medical professionals have raised concerns about new software that encourages patients to "self-diagnose".
There is a growing push for greater rights for Down syndrome people – in particular that they be fully protected from forced sterilisation. A landmark ruling by a UK court may have brought this goal one step closer.