There have already been outbreaks in Manchester, London, Edinburgh, and Birmingham, but deaths are not centrally recorded.
Sport’s obsession with being “inspirational” doesn't help public-health interventions – it hinders them.
The medical weapons we have equipped ourselves with are losing their power. But scientists scent an answer.
Smog is hanging over many of the world’s cities, looking exactly how it makes asthmatics feel – as though it’s suffocating everyone.
So I guess we’re that sort of cancer family.
Chlorine-washed chickens and Skittles in animal feed: the world's food system is broken. Leaving the EU is a chance to reconsider our farming regulations.
The disastrous effects of “Martini health care” – any time, any place, anywhere – are made worse by a shortage of staff.
The government's strategy of blaming foreigners for the mess will end in an ugly place.
No one has ever said anything so right-wing directly into my vagina.
My life may be cut short with the incoming administration’s impending repeal of affordable health insurance.
High pollution levels are putting our health at risk, experts warn.
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