Breaking the Code: the legal loopholes harming UK mothers and babies

This month, a new report by the World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF and the International Baby Food Action Network (IBFAN) laid bare the global picture of laws to promote and safeguard breastfeeding. The report shows the extent to which 195 countries have integrated guidance from the International Code of Marketing

Could Brexit impact our health?

With just over a month to go until the European Union (EU) referendum, the debate raging over whether to leave or remain is heating up, and every day brings news of yet another public figure or organisation wading into the debate. The arguments put forward by both sides mainly focus

Junior doctors contract debate: the future of the NHS?

If you are from the United Kingdom I am sure you have heard about the uproar over the changes to junior doctors’ contracts over recent months, and the disputes between the government and the British Medical Association (BMA), who have been negotiating on behalf of the doctors. The changes to