I teach my registrars to be aware how a consultation is making them feel: that can give valuable clues to the patient’s own emotional state.
A new landmark study has skirted cultural taboo and legal red tape to produce images of LSD’s effects.
It's my policy, though, to argue about it. Or at least ask for "Hitler" on my coffee cup.
Men using specific drugs to have sex with other men is on the rise, and there is evidence it's taking a toll on the gay community.
Luckily, my fellow diners were doctors.
The obesity crisis disproportionately affects the poor.
If contract imposition goes ahead, can I in clear conscience accept my next training post in August? I’m afraid my answer may have to be no; and I suspect I won’t be the only one.
Posts reporting medical consultations showed I was far from the only doctor never to have encountered JSE. But someone was eventually diagnosed on every thread.
Plus: junior doctors sold into slavery, and a new day for newspapers.
It seems to be the job of politicians and corporate spin-doctors not to help force change, but to explain why change can’t happen; why this sickening reality must be allowed to prevail; and why the fight against microbial resistance must carry on being hampered by limited access to vaccines.
Are autistic women the ultimate masters of disguise? New research suggests women could face yet another gender-related disadvantage.
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