We are all familiar with the problems facing Scots in their later years - dementia, frailty and the old Scottish problems of heart disease and stroke - and that the National Health Service is struggling is cope.
LESS money is spent looking after children with mental health problems in Scotland than England and services are at "breaking point," experts have warned.
An agency doctor hired to do a week's work has cost the NHS more than £19,000, it has emerged.
A trade union has described a planned review of the lowest pay band in the health service as a breakthrough in the fight against poverty.
NHS 24's chief executive is to leave the organisation at the end of July after seven years in the role.