Hundreds of women have been forced to travel from Scotland to England to access surgical abortion just over four years, with numbers growing year-on-year.
Ferret Fact Service looks at controversy around a motion passed by Glasgow City Counil on drug use.
The Ferret visits the Harm Reduction Therapy Center in San Francisco, a psychotherapy service that offers an open-door policy to people using drugs.
In part three of The Ferret investigates…the health gap, we turn our attention to the mental wellbeing of young and middle aged men.
Why does a good start matter for our children’s health? The Ferret investigates…the health gap podcast, part one
The Health Gap is a three-part special podcast looking at the difference between the health and wellbeing of people depending on whether you live in Scotland’s most, or least, deprived communities.
Women wait longer than men for emergency medical care in Scotland despite the fact they are more likely to be admitted to hospital after being seen in A&E.
An expert claimed the drug had shown long-term effectiveness in treating depression, anxiety, and addiction disorders.
One former soldiers – left desperate by the failure of current treatments for post traumatic stress disorder – have turned to psilocybin to deal with the psychological effects of war.
After Scotland asked for powers to decriminalise personal drug use, Ferret Fact Service looks at approaches across the world.