On the brink of the new school year, we look at evidence on how schools can work to improve student's health and whether this might also benefit their learning
Like an infographic? Then take a look at ours on the latest Cochrane evidence reviewing the WHO's Health Promoting Schools assessment.
New evidence suggests motivational interviewing doesn't have meaningful effects on problem drinking
From jet lag to jellyfish, what evidence-based tips do we have for your holidays?
How are open access and social media helping science and healthcare move forwards? James Balm from BioMed Central explains.
For adults who lose hearing, being given hearing aids is just the start. Read on for evidence and experience
As Mark Cavendish's Tour de France hopes were ended by injury, Dr Helen Handoll looks at treatment options for shoulder dislocation
New evidence on the diagnostic accuracy of sentinel node assessment tests for cancer of the vulva
Physiotherapist, comedian and recovered incontinent Elaine Miller looks at the why incontinence matters and what women can do about it
Read about some of the problems Andy faced when living with motor neurone disease and the evidence for treatments that might help
A round-up of Cochrane evidence on how men can stay safe and healthy in the workplace
GP Richard Lehman finds answers to some questions about medicines for high blood pressure but is left wondering if they're spoiling sex lives