"We must be careful not to create a ‘digital divide’ between those patients who can afford it and those who can’t."
"The enormous demands being placed on doctors have come at a worrying price.”
Asked about emergency contraception, women talk of "the little room” – and the lectures that happen in it.
The sector fears shortages: of medicine, of staff, and of answers.
Londoners can now see an NHS GP within minutes on their phone – and the rest of the UK could follow.
One writer bites the bullet and signs up.
Jobs associated with women include receptionists, cleaners and nursery teachers.
Taking antibiotics 'just in case' may have grave consequences, health officials warn.
One person "begged" their GP to be referred for therapy.
The hospital's heart unit was consumed by 'dark force'.