The prime minister's speech focused on the need to tackle the stigma around mental health but failed to offer any extra funding.
Learning to live with epilepsy.
Strong links between the pill and depression have confirmed what many women have long suspected. So why are female contraceptives still so rubbish – and when will they finally get on with male ones?
“It’s like Trevor’s on a tightrope,” said my boyfriend, “but the tightrope is only a foot above the ground”.
“Dear life coach, I’m not being facetious but, now you mention it, there is one small area of my life I want to change. . ."
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.
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