Whether your hero wears spandex or cat ears, inspirational pop culture figures can help deal with real life difficulties.
Labour’s first radical health policy was a promise of survival through medical crises; today's updated version should be a pledge to deliver not only longer lives but healthier lives for all.
The Supreme Court has found a solution that is good for women and good for religious liberty.
Cancer very often presents in ways we don’t expect. Creating a culture of fear around diagnosis isn’t a good thing.
Sometimes, just going to greet a patient can make all the difference.
When David Stuart MacLean woke up in India with amnesia he assumed he was an addict who had overdosed. In fact, the only chemical he’d been taking was the prescribed antimalarial drug Lariam.
Without new money, the health service will be condemned to years of dangerous decline.
It is estimated that only a third of men with erectile dysfunction seek treatment. This is what happens if you do.
If the Tories won't face up to the problems in the health service, it's time to make way for a government that will.
Worldwide, diabetes kills almost as many people a year as HIV/Aids, and the number of cases of Type 2 diabetes is set to increase by 50 per cent in the next decade. Why is so little being done to contain the epidemic?
Money determines which procedures and treatments are carried out. I tend to discourage clients from spending ridiculous sums on their animals.
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