Drugs in sport
Links to trusted information about drugs in sport.
When it comes to sports supplements, play it safe
Inspired by the Commonwealth Games? Great! But if you want to boost your fitness with sports supplements, use caution: some can be dangerous or ineffective.
Home medicines review
Not managing your own or someone else’s medicines correctly can have serious consequences. A free home medicines review (HMR) by a pharmacist can help.
Diarrhoea self care
Trusted information on self care for diarrhoea, tips to avoid dehydration, information about antidiarrhoeal medicines, and links to trusted resources.
Just for kids: your feelings and mental health
Kids can have issues such as depression, anxiety, bullying, cyberbullying, body issues, self-harming and drugs and alcohol abuse. Here's where to get help.
Urine tests can be used to diagnose pregnancy, diseases such as diabetes or STIs and monitor drug use. Find out more by reading our page on urine tests.
Tennis elbow affects the outside of the elbow. Find out about its symptoms, causes, treatments and prevention on trusted information pages about tennis elbow.
Hydration tips for children
Children are sometimes at risk of dehydration, especially in hot weather and when they exercise. Using these simple tips will help them stay safe and healthy.
Glandular fever treatments
Glandular fever (also called the ‘kissing disease’) is an infectious disease which is common in teenagers and young adults. Learn more about the treatments for glandular fever.
A pacemaker is a small medical device that’s placed in the chest or abdomen of some people to correct certain heart problems. Find out whether you need one, the complication and risks and how to live with a pacemaker.