Symptoms and treatments of hundreds of diseases and illnesses, including advice on living with conditions such as cancer and diabetes.
Find out how to look after burns, cuts, sprains and strains, and when you should go to hospital.
Information on what to expect if you need a test or treatment, such as a blood test, biopsy, scan or surgery.
Find out what you can do to look after your mental and physical wellbeing with advice on stopping smoking, eating well and how to get enough exercise.
Information on accessing health and care services in Scotland, and your rights when using them.
Assess your own symptoms.
Find a local service or group.
Find out how you can help support this year's Movember campaign
If you've had a cough for 3 weeks, see your GP.
Support Scotland’s campaign to stop young people being given tobacco.
Every month we provide links to the most commonly requested topics
Back problems are very common and can be caused by staying in one position too long or lifting something awkwardly. Find out what you can do to treat these problems in the hours and days after injury.
Shingles (also known as herpes zoster) is an infection of the nerve and the skin around it. Learn about shingles symptoms and treatments.
A stomach ache is a term often used to refer to cramps or a dull ache in the tummy (abdomen). It's usually short-lived and is often not serious. Learn about stomach ache treatments.
Every month we provide links to the most commonly asked questions
Advice for people of all ages with the symptoms of cold or flu
Sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are passed on from one person to another through unprotected sex or genital contact. Learn about the most common.
Advice for people aged 3 years or more with the symptoms of a sore throat