Where has all the money gone?
By Nick Cohen - 15 May 13:00

The left demanded more cash for public services. New Labour provided it. The problem is that only th

The politics column - Allyson Pollock
By Allyson Pollock - 01 May 13:00

Blair says his NHS reforms are bearing fruit - and so they are, for investors in PFI schemes and for

Kira Cochrane pleads for more help for her mum
By Kira Cochrane - 01 May 13:00

My mother's GP tells her she must fight. Problem is, caring for someone 24/7 generally takes the fig

'Joe, I suspect, has no sense at all that he was born, or will die'
By Michael Blastland - 17 April 13:00

Our ideas about people who are severely disabled raise tough questions of what it means to be human.

The politics column - Martin Bright
By Martin Bright - 03 April 13:00

The public will judge this government not by how bold it was in challenging left-liberal shibboleths

Mark Thomas - won't give the world a Coke
By Mark Thomas - 13 March 12:00

As Jamie Oliver whizzes around on his Vespa of health and schools knock the sale of fizzy drinks on

That Oxford demo: where was the left?
By Brendan O'Neill - 06 March 12:00

Observations on animal tests. By <strong>Brendan O'Neill</strong>

Birds sneeze and ministers catch fright
By Jo Revill - 27 February 12:00

Observations on avian flu

Marketing public health
By Staff blogger - 27 February 12:00

The need for a better approach

Grease is the word
By Katharine Quarmby - 20 February 12:00

You may have thought junk food had been banned from schools. Well think again, because behind the sc

Andrew Stephen saves $9,000
By Andrew Stephen - 20 February 12:00

The dentist said I needed an extraction and implants that would cost $9,000. Knowing how things work

Kira Cochrane for gives Cher, Dolly and Jordan
By Kira Cochrane - 13 February 12:00

Cosmetic surgery is the entertainment industry's "elephant in the corner": often glaringly obvious b

All too much
By Zoe Williams - 13 February 12:00

The Truth About Stress

Angela Patmore <em>Atlantic Books, 440pp, £12.99</em>

ISBN 1843542358

Slim pickings
By William Leith - 13 February 12:00

Hunger: an unnatural history

Sharman Apt Russell <em>Basic Books, 262pp, £14.99</em>

ISBN 046507

Private obsessions can be bad for our health
By Staff blogger - 06 February 12:00

One of the more valid criticisms of journalism is that it rarely gives practitioners a voice. This week we plead not guilty, assigning our cover to a junior doctor and her stories of life on the ward.

Why hospitals are struggling
By Niall Dickson - 06 February 12:00

Inside the NHS

Death knell for the giants
By Martin Bright - 06 February 12:00

The health service is in a crisis made worse by yet another policy U-turn; now the focus has lurched

'My experience as a doctor is that, under PFI, profit not care comes first'
By Lucy Chapman - 06 February 12:00

Lucy Chapman reveals what's really happening to patients in the government's flagship hospitals

Waiting for a sexual revolution
By Rashmee Roshan Lall - 30 January 12:00

Attitudes - Despite the overexcited media it's not likely to happen any time soon

Is nutrition a public policy issue?
By Staff blogger - 30 January 12:00

Introduction

Commentary
By Kira Cochrane - 30 January 12:00

Books about horrific personal experiences have come to dominate the bestseller lists. But the idea t

The radio column - Rachel Cooke
By Rachel Cooke - 30 January 12:00

Winifred Robinson is thrown away on fabric softener, as this superb documentary proved

Topping the Aids table
By Amelia Gentleman - 30 January 12:00

Heallth -

Where have all the feminists gone?
By Zoe Williams - 16 January 12:00

Across a whole range of issues, including even abortion and rape, women's rights are being challenge

Driving innovation forward<br />
By Staff blogger - 16 January 12:00

A round-table discussion<br />

Second helpings
By Rachel Cooke - 16 January 12:00

The Fat Girl's Guide to Life

Wendy Shanker <em>Bloomsbury, 288pp, £8.99</em>

ISBN 0747578834

Analyse this
By Sebastian Harcombe - 16 January 12:00

Museums - Even now, Freud's couch has the power to bring buried memories to the surface, finds Sebas

Reducing inequalities in health
By Staff blogger - 21 November 12:00

A round-table discussion

Don't be daft
By Zoe Williams - 21 November 12:00

I Told You I Was Ill

John O'Connell <em>Short Books, 176pp, £9.99</em>

ISBN 1904977294

To catch a cold
By Brian Cathcart - 21 November 12:00

Observations on viruses

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