The Health Secretary’s enthusiasm for “GP at Hand”, a smartphone app, suggests he’s forgotten that we’ve been here before with NHS 111.
Using some of the £20.5bn to fund social care would help save the health service money.
In Northern Ireland, ending a pregnancy is subject to archaic laws that carry the harshest criminal penalties in Europe.
The roots of this are complex and involve much more than the oft-cited villain, social media – or caffeine.
Once dismissed as a hippie indulgence, drugs such as LSD are now at the front line of research into depression and anxiety. Could psychedelics actually make us better people?
For all its talk of responsible drinking, the alcohol industry depends on heavy boozers.
I found it hard to comprehend how she had managed to dress so fastidiously every day in the face of such muscle weakness.
For many years, the preclinical pain research was done almost exclusively on male cells and animals.
Private companies now give patients the opportunity to jump the appointments queue.
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The British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy and the New Statesman gathered experts to discuss how to better treat mental health problems in the UK.
While experts opposed 2004’s challenge to stay awake for seven nights for £100,000, its participants think reality shows today are crueller.