Italy has changed its policy around childhood vaccination, provoking debate about the role of the state in enforcing public health measures.
With the highest rate of obesity in western Europe, the UK must take action to promote health and support the wellbeing of the population.
There is great potential in data sharing, but its effectiveness may rely on standardised processes and data governance agreements.
Although the UK’s teenage pregnancy rate has fallen, it remains the highest in Western Europe – and cuts to services may hinder efforts to ameliorate this.
In many countries, current healthcare spending is unsustainable. So how can we deliver affordable and high-quality healthcare in future?
A recent study shows wine glasses have grown substantially over the decades, with a public health impact as people consume more alcohol.