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Doctor’s behaviour in surgery room has puzzled medical council enough that they decided to suspend his license.

Morphine supplies are inaccessible to many patients in dire need of pain relief around the world—leading to preventable deaths. It is especially apparent in poorer countries, where supplies are not only inadequate; but, also costlier. On the other side of the coin, richer countries not only have it cheaper – but in excess to abuse.

Given the abhorrent lifetime complications many women, who have had the transvaginal mesh fitted, are having—should the device be banned, even though a small minority of women’s lives are better because of it?

Bogus dentist, Nur Farahanis Ezatty Adli had her viral post backfired, when the Health Ministry and NGOs (PPIM and PPEIM) denied playing a role in her illegal dentistry practice and “jail-free” fundraising effort.

Albeit decades of struggle, the US remains engulfed in an opioid epidemic. Physicians have been incriminated over overdose deaths. And now pharmacists may be held liable, too, even if the prescription is valid.

The rise of gun violence in America punctuated by the recent Las Vegas mass shooting massacre have prompted the need for medical bodies to begin treating gun violence as a public health issue.

America’s newest bid at passing an abortion act has the scientific community divided.

Moisturisers with “fragrance-free” and “hypoallergenic” labels on them would naturally seem like a great option for individuals with skin problems. The truth is; however, these marketing claims are not necessarily what they appear to be.

Nearly half of all the abortions that take place worldwide each year are unsafe and put the mother at fatal risk, according to a new report published by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The rates were noticeably higher especially in developing countries. This might just be the much-needed evidence for the British Medical Association (BMA) to back their suggestion on decriminalising abortion in the UK.

In 2012, a huge scandal rocked the United States when a massive outbreak of meningitis killed 72 people and sickened hundreds of others, allegedly caused by tainted steroid injections. Now, the supervisory pharmacist involved in approving these injections for the market is being brought to trial.

Genetic testing company, Invitae, has come under fire after an 11-month error in its test which went unchecked – affecting 50,000 test samples – that may be linked to an increased risk of cancer.