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.
The Scottish Government said it is committed to resisting NHS privatisation after a Ferret investigation led to 1,000 people signing a letter to the health minister.
The For Fact's Sake podcast looks into diet adn health misinformation online and the impact it can have.
Urban GPs with large patient lists are among those most likely to give patients phone consultations instead of face-to-face appointments, analysis by The Ferret has found.
Ferret Fact Service looks at the issues with comparing A&E statistics north and south of the border.
GPs and professional bodies want primary health care infrastructure, including GP surgeries, to be partly funded by housing developers.
The Ferret looked into Deep End practices and the ways they have developed to address the challenges faced by the country’s most deprived areas.
While GP caseloads continue to grow, a number of initiatives spearheaded by health boards, surgeries and charities have sought to try and find solutions.
Concerns have been raised about the impacts on patients as GP chains take over ailing practices across Scotland.