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It’s too soon to celebrate the passing of the Democrats’ health-care reform bill.
Sanitation and equity of supply, not conflict, remain the most pressing issues.
Read the latest of our special supplements on the future of the National Health Service.
Britain has bought in to America’s positive thinking and is heavily pushing the “science of happines
I'm going to film my son's birth and pitch it as a gritty, fly-on-the-wall piece to Channel 4.
Dave Anderson MP, chair of the all-party parliamentary group on muscular dystrophy
A year on from his inauguration, the president stands accused of reneging on inspiring campaign prom
Janey Antoniou, campaigner with the mental health charity Rethink
Will financial hardship be the catalyst the NHS needs to reinvent systems and embrace innovation?
A culture in the NHS of risk aversion and maintaining
the status quo stops Britain adopting new te
Israel's plan to allow would be-donors to jump the transplant queue is ethically dubious
David Cameron may insist the Tories are now 'the party of the NHS' but their plans would leave the p
The rate of HIV infection in Kenya is one of the highest in the world, but safer sex is at last bein
Illness leaves me incapable of doing much more than lying in bed all day reading books. Plus ça chan
Faced with a gap in funding at the same time as growing
demand, can the NHS survive – let alone pr
How should services in the UK and US change, and what can they learn from each other?
In the run-up to next year’s general election, poverty is back at the heart of political debate. In
The entrepreneur discusses his philanthropy and anti-smoking campaigning
A longer version of this week's NS interview