The first wave of junior doctor contract impositions began this week. Here’s how the BMA union failed junior doctors.
A doctor gives his perspective on our most overlooked widespread medical condition: anxiety about our health.
How it feels for a doctor to receive a complaint from a patient.
Street poet of mental health.
After dying down over the past fifteen years, whooping cough is showing up in infants again.
The issues around maternity care are a microcosm of the bigger battles in the NHS – centralisation, protocols and “efficiency savings” v making a space for common sense, professional judgement and personal relationships.
What kind of person, I wonder, steals a bottle of perfume from an incapacitated elderly lady?
Nancy Tucker’s eating disorder memoir, The Time In Between, tackles this problem head-on.
In many ways we have come full circle, returning to a time when women were seen not as human beings, but as objects available for sale or exchange. Only now we call it choice.
With 1 in 4 people in Britain suffering a mental illness in any given year, it's obvious many of them hold down jobs and responsibilities. So why are the headlines today so insensitive and unhelpful?
Can drugs help depression? Crowdfunding allows science researchers to bypass institutional reservations and study taboo subjects.
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