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What does Cochrane evidence tell us about health impacts of standardised tobacco packaging (or 'plain' packaging), ahead of its full enforcement in the UK?
In a blog for our series on The Problem With Sex, Lynda Ware discusses sexuality in chronic illness
In a blog for our Evidence for Everyday Health Choices series, dentist Bosun Hong writes about the latest evidence on chlorhexidine mouthwash for gum health
GP Dr Robin Carr discusses the latest Cochrane evidence on whether asthma education for teachers and other school staff could improve the care of children with asthma in schools
This blog looks at the at the problems with sex that vaginismus can cause, the poor evidence-base for treatments, and what needs to change.
Pelvic physiotherapist and comedian Elaine Miller @GussieGrips pulls back the covers and shines a torch on health, research, and asking about your sex life
Nurse and researcher Tracie Miles blogs about Cochrane evidence on vaginal dilator therapy after pelvic radiotherapy, and about what happens when science listens to women
Five Cochrane trainee doctors to share their experiences of talking with patients about sex.
Sex and chronic pelvic pain was one of the things people talked about, at a workshop to discuss which treatment outcomes mattered to them. Sally Crowe tells the story.
In this blog, Asthma UK’s Dr Andy Whittamore explores how talking about sex and asthma could result in better asthma self-care
Bridget Candy & Louise Jones, authors of a Cochrane review on women, cancer and sex after treatment, discuss why this matters, what might help, and what we need to know