A charitable initative to encourage sufferers to knit a Christmas jumper signalling their condition is well-intentioned but way off the mark.
The latest technology to aid the sexual revolution? A simple model, used to teach schoolchildren.
Supplementing diets with vitamin pills has become a popular practice, but the evidence behind their effectiveness is increasingly shaky.
Was this dehydration? Heart failure? Or something much, much more simple?
The temptation to believe that everything will be OK is lulling us into a false sense of post-Brexit security.
A junior doctor looks ahead at what will happen in the struggle for fairer contracts, and says the fight is far from over.
A newly developed antibody-based therapy offers new insight on an old method in the race to develop an effective drug against Alzheimer’s disease.
Britain is changing, but the NHS isn't changing with it.
Theresa May has shown an instinct for dialogue. It's time she used them to ensure patients' safety.
Even a U-Turn on planned cuts to the service itself will still leave the NHS under heavy pressure.
How the craze for Apple Watches, Fitbits and other wearable tech devices revives the old and discredited science of behaviourism.
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