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No one gives a second thought to the dangers of driving to a vaccination centre, yet that is a far more significant risk than blood clots.
We should be sceptical of claims that most couples could eventually be forced to use assisted reproduction.
A crisis of delayed surgery and diagnoses is rumbling beneath waiting time figures, with 4.5 million patients now thought to be awaiting hospital treatment.
Try this one weird trick to track the pandemic.
The children’s author on surviving Covid and the “chaos and contradiction” of the Conservative government’s pandemic crisis.
Why so many of us are struggling to imagine a return to the pre-coronavirus routine, and fear life after lockdown.
Why Boris Johnson’s insistence that the UK’s unlocking is “irreversible” is a risky one.
What a new book, written by a neuroscientist and heroin user, gets wrong about drug decriminalisation.
As long as a variant does not undo Britain's vaccine progress, we should still expect the country to unlock on time.
How a movement of people who hear voices is reshaping our understanding of mental illness – and consciousness itself.
The travel writer’s latest book, Heavy Light, documents his own psychotic breakdown and what he thinks we get wrong about treating mental illness.