The prime minister's speech focused on the need to tackle the stigma around mental health but failed to offer any extra funding.
An investigation into the libido-enhancing drug’s side effects was carried out on a group of 23 men and two women. Spot the problem?
I want our health service to be as good as it can be, but the juxtaposition with what I was witnessing in Zambia felt raw.
Down and out.
If we really want to “even the score”, as pro-flibanserin campaigners describe, we should respect each woman’s true desires instead of handing over their “dysfunction” to the forces of a market defined by male expectations.
Medical cannabis is legal in places as diverse as Canada, Uruguay, Israel and Jamaica. But could legalisation work in the UK?
The idea of my child getting behind the wheel of several tonnes of rusting Mercedes is one that I cannot begin to grasp, like trying to imagine what is beyond the universe.
Becoming a parent brought out the Brown Owl in me. Now added to my original, benign list of questions is this ever-present one: “What might possibly go wrong?”
To Emma, there seemed only two explanations possible: either the NHS had woefully undertreated her in the past, or my American colleagues had been wilfully overdoing it in order to maximise their income
Nosebleeds, night sweats and rush hour blues: it turns out the stress of starting a new job feels a lot like cancer of the blood.
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