Doctors’ reluctance to discuss anal sex is letting women down as they are ‘unaware of the risks’
Writing in the British Medical Journal, two female NHS surgeons claimed anal intercourse is becoming more common among straight couples because it is portrayed as 'racy and daring' on TV.
Search and destroy drug that could extend lives of advanced prostate cancer patients gets approval
The intravenous drug Lutetium (177Lu) vipivotide tetraxetan has been given the green light by the Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency.
Children who get less than nine hours of sleep each night develop less brain matter
Children who get less than nine hours of sleep every night are more likely to suffer life-long cognitive issues, a new study finds.
CDC says that vaxxed people exposed to COVID-19 no longer have to isolate
The CDC has rolled back some of its COVID-19 guidance, saying that quarantine after exposure to the virus is no longer necessary in all cases.
Childhood obesity: Just half of six-year-olds get one hour of exercise each day
Researchers from the universities of Cambridge and Southampton found only 53 per cent got an hour of playing in the park or PE per day. 63 per cent of boys and 42 per cent of girls got the one hour.
Monkeypox vaccine manufacturer Bavarian Nordic says it OPPOSES plans to split jabs
The United States is now the first country in America to have logged 10,000 monkeypox cases - with 900 being added on Wednesday alone. The surge has left officials scrambling.
NHS will now include ‘women’ and ‘girls’ in guidance about periods
This week MailOnline revealed how the NHS Wales-backed guidance omitted women and girls, in favour of woke gender-neutral terms. NHS Wales confirmed the language would be changed.
NHS cyber attack: Hackers ‘issue demands’ to IT supplier
Hackers targeted IT firm Advanced, which provides patient data to dozens of trusts and most NHS 111 providers in England, which were thrown into chaos after the attack last Thursday.
NHS still hiring ‘diversity’ managers at £76,000 a year, despite No10 pledge to crackdown on roles
MailOnline found five job ads for diversity roles in NSH organisations based in Doncaster, Surrey, Sheffield, the south of England, and Cornwall, with some roles paying up to £76,000.
Antibiotic-resistant bacteria: New drug can fight off 300 different types of superbugs
US researchers found fabimycin - a man-made antibiotic - works against infections caused by bacteria that are usually near-impossible to treat. The bacteria cause pneumonia and UTIs.