All drugs, no matter how apparently innocuous, occasionally cause serious harm
Noise levels on hospital wards far exceed the levels recommended by the World Health Organization
One part of the public sector arguing for more funding for another is unusual – but reflects frustration at the appalling way in which social care has been treated.
It is worth remembering that these medications and devices all have expiry dates.
In 2016, Public Health England recommended everyone take vitamin D supplements, yet increasing evidence suggests the actual health benefits are limited.
From self-experimentation in the Sixties to scientific breakthroughs in mental health, the psychedelics pioneer is still pushing the boundaries.
Could the placebo effect work in surgery? When a doctor wanted to investigate – by opening patients up but not operating – some said it was criminal. But the resulting study has shaken the medical world
Several Royal Colleges and the General Medical Council have produced guidelines for health care workers, which stress the importance of dignity, respect and compassion.
The BBC, rightly, has links on its website to advice from organisations like Stonewall, Mind and Beat. So why did it refuse to link to abortion advice?
He couldn’t help himself. He couldn’t talk about anything else. He was repelling everyone around him.
The new PPB is the most confrontational that Labour has produced for many years.