Fifers are being urged to open up about their mental health at a new service being opened in Kirkcaldy.
LESS than a third of women with a learning disability in Glasgow were given a life-saving test for cervical cancer last year, figures show.
Baby boomer LGBTQI people in care homes are “de-gaying” themselves to hide their sexual or gender identity for fear of bullying and discrimination from staff and other residents, a film maker has said.
New measures to tackle a reported rise in mental health problems among young girls linked to social media use have been announced.
Scotland has the lowest birth rate in the UK and an increasingly ageing population.
The parents of a student who killed herself in jail have claimed the "stark reality" of suicide rates in Scotland's prisons is being ignored.
A POLICE investigation has been launched after anti-Muslim stickers were put up in Dunfermline.
A group of young people have designed a game to stimulate conversation between generations.
The effect of social media on children’s mental health should be investigated, the Scottish Government has been told.
A Glenrothes dancer is to feature on an episode of a six-part series on children in Scotland doing freestyle dancing.
Kirkcaldy Galleries has broken new ground with the installation of a magic table designed specifically to help people with dementia.
More than a quarter of youngsters in need of specialist mental health care were not seen within the Scottish Government’s target time – with more than 100 waiting over a year for an appointment.
Police chiefs are against creating a new age-based offence for elder abuse.
A lifeline could be thrown to hundreds of children whose lives are blighted by so-called holiday hunger.
A leading psychiatrist has been appointed to oversee an independent review of the mental health support services available to young people behind bars.