The prime minister's speech focused on the need to tackle the stigma around mental health but failed to offer any extra funding.
Too often, we mistake thirst for hunger (and vice-versa).
Linda the landlady has gone, and even a stack of New Scientist magazines doesn't cheer me up. There's nothing for it but to look back.
While the government wrestles with intractable problems, Labour seems irrelevant. Is there any hope for the party?
The first wave of junior doctor contract impositions began this week. Here’s how the BMA union failed junior doctors.
We must recognise the reality of medical practice: just because a doctor makes a mistake, that doesn’t mean they’ve all broken the law.
Fabric might be reopening, but almost 45 per cent of Britain’s clubs have closed since 2005.
Although the policy is standard practice across most European nations, it will face heavy opposition in the UK.
An increasing number of women are reportedly shunning post-mastectomy restorative surgery on their chests.
At first, the rise of testosterone prescriptions might appear puzzling. But dig beneath the surface, and a different picture emerges.
It takes a kitten to set me musing on my father’s mildly bonkers habits and the quirks of heritability.
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