BDA Northern Ireland welcomed its new Branch President for 2018, Martin W Curran
Scottish Government must tread carefully in shakeup of dental services
Proposals have been made by Universities UK (UUK) that would see significant detrimental changes being made to the Universities Superannuation Scheme
The EFP calls for action to reduce the burden of tooth decay and gum disease
NHS England plans to cut indigestion and dandruff prescriptions, and cough mixtures, laxatives and sun cream would also be reined in under proposals
BDA Northern Ireland has welcomed news that the five Health and Social Care Trusts consultations on savings plans for 2017/18 are now on hold
Can sugar cause cancer? It seems that evidence pointing this way was discovered in a study funded by the sugar industry nearly 50 years ago.
New initiative from the Oral Health Foundation to assess and tackle problems with the way that dental emergencies are handled by A&E departments.
A union has today warned that a new app being brought to the NHS could risk bringing the so-called 'gig economy' to the health service
Asthma sufferers have been found to be at a much higher risk of developing gum disease
A dental student from Sheffield University has appeared in court accused of preparing terrorist acts and possessing terrorist documents.