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Can you trust AI symptom checkers?

AI symptom checkers aim to help direct patients to the most appropriate healthcare, but we found different apps gave conflicting diagnoses and advice for the same symptoms.

Are online GPs the future of healthcare?

Online GP services promise easier and more convenient access to healthcare, but how does it work in practice? We explore the new world of digital NHS services and how they affect you.

Why older people feel lonely – and what can be done to help

New Which? research identifies that loneliness is a real problem among over-65s. We explore causes, why it's a problem, and how we can alleviate these feelings.

The world’s safest places revealed

Parts of the Middle East and North Africa are safer by a range of measures than some more popular holiday destinations. Jordan has a lower risk of crime than France, Italy, the US and Thailand. Morocco has less crime and a lower risk of terrorism than most of Europe and the US. Neither country has high risk of natural disaster or significant health risks.

Which? reveals best and worst hearing aid providers for 2018

There are a 25 percentage points between the overall customer scores of the highest and lowest-rated hearing aid providers, according to our latest customer survey. We asked 3,183 Which? members...

Three cold and flu remedies to avoid

Looking at the products which are not worth your cash this cold and flu season.

Four ways to save money on cold and flu remedies

With such a large variety of products on offer in our stores, it can be difficult to know what’s worth your money. Read our tips to help save you money this cold and flu season.

10 ways to get the best from your GP

With the average GP consultation lasting just 10 minutes, we’ve been investigating how you can make the time count – and what your doctor is really thinking when you’re in the consultation...

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