Profound changes in technology, work and community are transforming our ultrasocial species into a population of loners.
Over four-fifths of them provide no evidence of effectiveness.
I have grown uneasy with the pressure to validate mental illness by analogy with the physical.
Ditching alcohol for work.
Jeremy Hunt is an intelligent man with a first-class education. This makes his ill-fated proposed contract appear even more callous rather than ill-judged.
There is nothing quite like watching oneself at work to spur development – and videos can help us understand patients, too.
To this day, the way my mother cared for my grandmother both inspires and confuses me.
There's a battle brewing for the future of the NHS - and the treatment of junior doctors is just the tip of the iceberg.
The Health Gap: the Challenge of an Unequal World by Michael Marmot reviewed.
The mirror is still there, though, into which I would, as Nigel Molesworth put it, gaze at my strange unatural (sic) beauty, and ask what purpose it served.
Gender-neutral language around reproduction creates the illusion of dismantling a hierarchy – when what you really end up doing is ignoring it.
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