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.
Sponsored by British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy
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.
The series that fat-shamed and idealised thinness is popular among online viewers who suffer from anorexia and other eating disorders.
As long ago as 2001 the Department of Health warned that malaria might become endemic in the UK by mid-century, thanks to global warming.
Spikes in demand are now an all-year event.
After Ella Kissi-Debrah’s death, a legal battle is underway to establish a link between the impact of poor air quality and deprivation.
The torment of chronic insomnia.
Doctors often get gut instincts about cases; we knew something significant was going on.
The government sent me overseas in a time of need. So why can’t I treat vulnerable people within our own borders?