If you sell Granny’s house to pay for her social care, will she have nowhere to live, or will you lose out on inheriting it?
Magdalena examines the Austrian healthcare System in the light of the treatment which saved her brother’s life, after he had a heart attack.
Charlotte Mbali reflects on how much she finds herself paying for health. NHS fees seem to focus more on income than need.
During Covid, a food bank which used to supply 200 food parcels per month had to hand out the equivalent of 200 food parcels per week
Ann Lawson Lucas gives a detailed account of healthcare in Italy, il Servizio Sanitario Nazionale. With photos by Simona Rizzardi.
In the UK most of us only need about 20 minutes of sun exposure a day during the summertime. But even on sunny summer days, we don’t spend nearly enough time out of doors.
Today’s GPs are overloaded; there are too few of them, and they don’t have sufficient time to consult with their patients face-to-face.
The quality of healthcare in Belgium is of the highest level however, the system for accessing health care is different to that in the UK
The experience of one recent migrant from Canterbury, now resident in The Hague, of healthcare in the Netherlands.
Have Cancer: Can’t Travel – Difficulty in finding Annual Travel Insurance for people with a pre-existing medical condition.