For World Menstruation Hygiene Day, The Ferret visited the small city where the council claims to have spent £50,000 giving away sanitary products since 2018.
GPs and professional bodies want primary health care infrastructure, including GP surgeries, to be partly funded by housing developers.
While GP caseloads continue to grow, a number of initiatives spearheaded by health boards, surgeries and charities have sought to try and find solutions.
Less than half of the funding allocated to Scotland’s councils in the run-up to the Period Products Act was spent on the provision of period products.
Women in their mid to late twenties are most likely to miss their cervical cancer screenings. Now a Glasgow women's football team is hoping to encourage more of them to take the test.
Hundreds of cervical cancer cases are going undetected in Scotland each year due to missed routine screenings, The Ferret can reveal.
Just five of 45 private clinics are registered with the national regulatory body, prompting fears unqualified people are wrongly advising pregnant women.
The Conservative Party and its MPs have registered more than £1.7m in donations from climate sceptics and fossil fuel interests since the 2019 general election.
The number of trans people in Scotland crowdfunding to cover medical costs has increased by 65 per cent since last year due to excessive NHS waiting times.