"Epa, Epa, Eeeepaaaaa" – Grampa Simpson.
Dr Phil Whitaker’s Health Matters column.
The biggest danger to the Scottish NHS is independence.
Even after an eating disorder is a thing of the past, an action as trivial as flipping through a rack of t-shirts can be difficult.
Or, how I ended up plucking the seeds off a strawberry at six in the morning.
Paul Dolan believes all humans strive for happiness, which he defines as a combination of pleasure and a sense of purpose. The problem is that we are often very bad at maximising our own well-being.
Strangulation of funds has seen the NHS Mental Health Trusts lose £253m, 2.3 per cent of their funding.
One of the biggest lies about obesity is that it’s simply about eating too much and not doing enough exercise – problems are often far deeper rooted.
There is currently no international law or body that can organise the detection and prevention of fake medicines - and it's a critical threat to our ability to fight deadly diseases.
Drug trials rarely tell the whole story as many drugs have side effects that emerge only after deployment in the population at large. Yet unexpected effects can sometimes be surprisingly good.
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