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A serious shortage protocol (SSP) has been issued across the UK for Utrogestan® 100mg capsules today (19 May 2023).
UKHSA has launched a 10-year science strategy, setting out how UKHSA’s science can save more lives and contribute to the UK’s ambition to be a global science superpower.
Celebrities and medical experts including comedian Tom Davis, Dr Ranj Singh and Dr Linda Papadopoulos support new government campaign to boost mental health.
The UK recalls the importance of media freedom for democracy and security in the OSCE region.
The offer of a first or second dose of COVID-19 vaccine will end on 30 June 2023 for most people.
The UK's Permanent Representative to the WTO, Ambassador Simon Manley, gave a statement during OECS's fourth WTO Trade Policy Review (TPR).
The study aims to learn about antimicrobial resistance in healthy people to inform better ways of tackling antimicrobial resistant infections in different populations.
Uptake of adolescent vaccines offered to young people in school year 9 are yet to return to pre-pandemic levels.
The UK invites project proposals to reduce trafficking of Romanians to the UK and strengthen responses to MSHT in Romania, focusing on prevention, support and building capability.
The British Embassy Manila and the Department of Environment and Natural Resources co-chaired the 3rd UK-PH Climate Change and Environment Dialogue on 13 April.
2022 data shows the average vaccine uptake across England has dropped to 61.5%, its lowest level since 2016.
Ambassador Ramin Navai offered a reception at the Embassy Residence to bid farewell to the Paraguayan Chevening scholars.
37,700 women have purchased hormone replacement therapy (HRT) prescription prepayment certificates (PPC) following the launch, saving over £1.13 million.
From 1 April 2023, women in England will be able to access cheaper hormone replacement therapy (HRT) to help with menopause symptoms.
Draft Media Bill published to help public service broadcasters better compete with streaming giants
British Ambassador to the Holy See gave opening remarks at the panel discussion 'Conflict-Related Sexual Violence - Raising Awareness' on 24 March 2023.
Although England continues to be a low incidence country for tuberculosis (TB), decline in rates has levelled off.
Justice ministers from around the world will convene in London today (March 20) to boost international support for the independent International Criminal Court’s (ICC) vital investigations into war crimes.
Around 400,000 women across England will get better access to menopause support - saving hundreds of pounds and making treatment more accessible.
The British Embassy in Montevideo continues to promote young women.
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