Medicines for breast cancer, skin cancer and schizophrenia have been approved for use by NHS patients in Scotland.
NHS Grampian has defended its use of homeopathic remedies for patients, despite Scottish health bosses saying there is “no evidence” that they work.
Medicines for treating migraines, psoriasis and liver cancer have been approved for use by NHS Scotland.
Medical students in Moray have had their eyes opened to the wonders of the human body during a live dissection show.
Budding medical professionals from across the north-east are to get a glimpse inside the human body with the arrival of a touring dissection show.
For centuries Woolmanhill operated as a major hospital in the city, from treating patients with leeches to cutting-edge modern medicine medicine.
Scores of Australian nurses could travel across the globe to work in north-east hospitals after local health chiefs won their battle to relax restrictions on foreign staff.
New images of a proposed £40 million life sciences facility in Aberdeen designed to double the size of the industry in the north-east have been revealed.
Imagine a technology that could monitor your health and deliver lifesaving medicine whenever you needed it, wherever you were and whatever you were doing.
An €800,000 funding award to enable Scottish and Swedish researchers to advance the development of a vaccine to protect piglets against a potentially devastating infection has been warmly welcomed by pig industry leaders.
African crabs, plants and mud could be the basis of the next generation of cancer drugs and antibiotics, Aberdeen University researchers say.
The first major milestone in the transformation of the north-east’s health service has been reached.
Island health chiefs have been forced to draw up contingency plans in case there is an exodus of top doctors after Brexit.
North-east medical students will take to the stage at a science and technology festival to reveal how their research could revolutionise the way acute and chronic diseases are treated.
It sounds like something from a dystopian nightmare: the rise of superbugs causing the death of 10 million people around the world every year by 2050.
Scientists researching the causes of type one diabetes will launch a new study in Scotland this year in an attempt to find a breakthrough in the battle against the disease.
Two Moray sisters suffering from the same rare disease are on a mission to bring the little-known condition into the spotlight.
A neurosurgeon is set to meet oil and gas experts in a bid to combat terminal brain tumours in children.
The descendants of a north-east doctor who set up a hospice on the banks of the River Dee gathered to celebrate his legacy at the weekend.
More than 8,000 patients have been told their GP surgery will shut in just five months - amid warnings other practices in the north-east are likely to fold because of a chronic shortage of family doctors.
A new associate head of Robert Gordon University's pharmaceutical school has been appointed.
A researcher from Aberdeen University has been awarded a prestigious grant that will allow her to fight a killer fungus which is ravaging populations in sub-Saharan Africa.